Fabric 23

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Fabric 23
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Compilation album by
ReleasedJuly 2005
Genre Electronic
Label Fabric
Producer Ivan Smagghe
Fabric Mix Series chronology
Fabric 22
(2005)
Fabric 23
(2005)
Fabric 24
(2005)
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Fabric 23 is a DJ mix compilation album by Ivan Smagghe, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Aswefall - Ride (Der Schmeisser Lovelysplinter remix) - Kill The DJ
  2. Audion - Your Place Or Mine - Spectral Sound/Ghostly International
  3. I-Robots - Frau (Pandullo Vs Und) - Irma
  4. Booka Shade - Vertigo Vs Cha! (Ada remix) - Get Physical Music
  5. Iñaqui Marín - You Can't Scape - Regular
  6. Michael Mayer - Heiden - Kompakt
  7. DJ Koze - The Geklöppel Continues - Kompakt
  8. [T]ékël - Snake Tartare - Initial Cuts
  9. The Kills - No Wow - Domino
  10. Konrad Black - Jefferson And Braeside - Wagon Repair
  11. Fabrizio Mammarella - Tear Up - BearFunk
  12. Audion - Just F**king (Roman Flügel's "23 Positions In A One-Night Stand" Mix) - Spectral Sound/ Ghostly International
  13. Sergej Auto - Carnage, OK! - Saasfee
  14. Poni Hoax - Budapest (Joakim Italo Dub) - Tigersushi

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