Fabric 08

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Fabric 08
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Compilation album by
ReleasedJanuary 2003
Genre Electronic
Length71:02
Label Fabric
Producer Radioactive Man
Fabric Mix Series chronology
Fabric 07
(2002)
Fabric 08
(2003)
Fabric 09
(2003)
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Fabric 08 is a DJ mix compilation album by Radioactive Man, a pseudonym of Keith Tenniswood, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Spencer Bewley - The Funk:Discuss Further (Intro)
  2. Slam featuring Dot Allison - Visions (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix) - Soma Recordings
  3. Sweetie - Touch Me (Dub) - Superstonic Records
  4. Takeover Sound - Together In The Dark - Takeover Records
  5. Depth Charge - Honour - DC Recordings
  6. Imatran Voima - In/Out - Tellektro Records
  7. Koma & Bones - Powercut (Rewired Remix) - Thursday Club Recordings
  8. Jammin - As We Do - Bingo Beats
  9. Anthony Rother - Die Macht - General Electronic Music / Psi49Net
  10. Basic Units - Explode - Firewire Recordings
  11. Radioactive Man - 'ave That - RGC Records
  12. Radioactive Man - 'ave That (Tim Wright Remix) - RGC Records
  13. Tim Wright - Going Down - Mute Records Limited
  14. Kitbuilders - Wake Up (Bolz Bolz - Electro World Remix) - World Electric
  15. Dirty Hospital - Rottenrow - Control Tower
  16. Disco D featuring Princess Superstar - F**k Me on the Dance Floor - Rapster Records

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