Fabric 09

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Fabric 09
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Compilation album by
ReleasedMarch 2003
Genre Electronic
Length71:35
Label Fabric
Producer Slam
Fabric Mix Series chronology
Fabric 08
(2003)
Fabric 09
(2003)
Fabric 10
(2003)
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Fabric 09 is a DJ mix compilation album by Slam, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Tony Thomas - Cannibals - Soma Recordings
  2. Afro Deep - Style Dish - Spacecraft Records
  3. John Thomas - Working Night - Logistic Records
  4. O.C.B. - Synchronicity (Spincycle Remix) - Automatic Records
  5. Frederik - Make Shape (16B Remix) - Sexonwax
  6. Envoy - Night Moves - Soma Recordings
  7. Louis Botella - Infinity - Camouflage Recordings
  8. Ladytron - Seventeen (Slam Dub) - Telstar Records
  9. Danilo Vigorito - Appendix D - Appendix
  10. Danilo Vigorito - Soul - Genetic Recordings
  11. Secret Society - Stolen (Selway Remix) - Cable Recordings
  12. Bryan Zentz - D Clash (Slam Mix) - Intec Records
  13. Oxia - Contrast - Monoid/UCMG Germany
  14. Marco Bailey - Serentiy - Tortured Records
  15. Sven Väth - Steel (Marco Carola Remix) - Virgin Music
  16. Redhead - Riddles (Tom Hades Remix) - MB Elektronics
  17. Dan Corco & Fred Carreira - Can't Stop - Rotation Records
  18. Tulasonic - Sonic Tools - Fumakilla
  19. Underground Resistance - Inspiration - Underground Resistance

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