Fabric 07

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Fabric 07
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Compilation album by Hipp-e & Halo
Released November 4, 2002
Genre House
Length73:53
Label Fabric
Producer Halo & Hipp-E
Fabric Mix Series chronology
Fabric 06
(2002)
Fabric 07
(2002)
Fabric 08
(2003)
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Fabric 07 is a DJ mix compilation album by Hipp-e & Halo, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Inverse Cinematics - Slow Swing - Pulver Records
  2. Nile - 3 In Tha Mornin' (Swag's Version Dub) - Independiente
  3. Swag - Metroride (Ken & Sam's Racketride) - Version Music
  4. Scoper & Bubba - I'm Satisfied - Classic Recordings
  5. Natural Rhythm - Freakinought - Doubledown Recordings
  6. Hanna - Time (Doza's Lawn Chair Generals Mix) - Viva Record Co
  7. Seafoam - Mumbo Jumbo (Kitchen Dwellers) - Guidance Recordings
  8. Guided Method - Rugburns (Original mix) - Compu_sol
  9. Simon et Bolivard - And I Know - Tropism
  10. Solaris Heights - Midnight (Dub mix) - Airtight Recordings
  11. Don't Bogart - Long deep decay - Spacecraft Productions
  12. UBQ Project - When I fell in love (Charles Webster Dub mix) - Music Plant
  13. Halo - Lakeshore Dr - Bluem Recordings
  14. Ernest Saint Laurent - Body Flowers (Fluid System Mix) - BMG

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