Fabric 19

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Fabric 19
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Compilation album by
Released15 November 2004
Genre Electronica
Length73:43
Label Fabric
Producer Andrew Weatherall
Fabric Mix Series chronology
Fabric 18
(2004)
Fabric 19
(2004)
Fabric 20
(2005)
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Fabric 19 is a DJ mix compilation album by Andrew Weatherall, as part of the Fabric Mix Series. It was released on 15 November 2004. [4]

Contents

Track listing

  1. Sexual Harassment - I Need a Freak - Montage Records – 5:21
  2. Egyptian Lover - Freak-A-Holic - Egyptian Empire – 3:01
  3. Kango's Stein Massive - M/S Langåra (Syntax Erik Mix) - Trailerpark Recordings – 5:15
  4. DJ T. - Time Out (Acid Dub) - Get Physical Music – 6:14
  5. Alexkid - Don't Hide It (Alexkid's Vocal) - F Communications – 5:41
  6. Tomboy - She Hit My Head - Gomma – 4:05
  7. Delon And Dalcan - Dunufus - Boxer Recordings – 3:36
  8. Marc Romboy Vs. Booka Shade - Everyday Of My Life (Martin Landsky Remix) - Systematic – 3:25
  9. Jesper Dahlbäck - Robot Dance - DK Recordings – 4:08
  10. Steve Bug - That Kid (Hate Mix) - Poker Flat Recordings – 5:05
  11. Metope - Second Skin - Sender Records – 4:12
  12. Miwon - Brother Mole (John Tejada Remix) - City Centre Offices – 4:54
  13. Black Devil - Timing, Forget The Timing (Kerrier District Mix) - Rephlex – 4:30
  14. The Emperor Machine - Bloody Hell - DC Recordings – 4:18
  15. Ricardo Villalobos - Dexter (2 Lone Swordsmen Remix) - Playhouse – 5:29
  16. Technova - Atmosphere - Hydrogen Dukebox – 4:23

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References

  1. Allmusic review
  2. BBC Collective review
  3. "Resident Advisor review". Archived from the original on 5 February 2007. Retrieved 30 December 2006.
  4. "Andrew Weatherall - Fabric 19". Discogs . Retrieved 18 August 2009.