Fabric 17

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Fabric 17
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Compilation album (Mix album)by
ReleasedJuly 19, 2004
Genre Electronic
Length73:28
Label Fabric
Producer Akufen
Fabric Mix Series chronology
Fabric 16
(2004)
Fabric 17
(2004)
Fabric 18
(2004)
Akufen chronology
My Way
(2002)
Fabric 17
(2004)
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Fabric 17 is a DJ mix compilation album by Akufen, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.

Akufen Canadian electronic musician

Marc Leclair, better known by his stage name Akufen, is a Canadian electronic musician. His music is electronic music that is often described as minimal house, minimal techno, glitch, or microhouse.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Philippe Cam - LFO Drive - Traum – 4:14
  2. Matthew Dear - Dog Days (Pantytec Remix) - Ghostly Intl/Spectral – 2:14
  3. Cabanne - Karashik - Karat – 1:27
  4. Kirkor - 1968 (Ark Remix) Battles – 2:44
  5. Pantytec - Alabaster - Perlon – 4:40
  6. Kalabrese - Set Me Free - Perlon – 1:20
  7. The Rip Off Artist - Little Tiny Eight Inch Jack - Vertical Form – 2:48
  8. Señor Coconut - Smoke on the Water - multiColor – 3:54
  9. dub.e.us - Blood Red (Lyin' Beats) - Fair Park – 1:24
  10. Wighnomy Brothers & Robag Wruhme - Bobb - Freude Am Tanzen – 4:16
  11. S-max - Red Fibreglass - 7th City – 5:32
  12. Ultrakurt - M'Gell - Telegraph – 1:53
  13. Herbert - Close To Me - !K7 – 5:17
  14. Freaks - Instrument (Soul Capsule On It Remix) - Music for Freaks – 3:06
  15. Crackhaus - Ample Slacks - Onitor – 3:50
  16. Mossa - Bucolik - Circus Company – 4:22
  17. Luciano & Serafin - Yaki Soba - Telegraph – 2:59
  18. Soul Center - Funky Sterling - Mute – 5:26
  19. Horror Inc. - Siamese Twins (Mike Shannon's Incision Mix) - Revolver Canada – 4:24
  20. Jeff Milligan - In My Life - Background – 2:36
  21. Steve Beaupré - My Old Lady - Musique Risquée – 4:51

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