Fabric 24

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Fabric 24
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Compilation album by
ReleasedSeptember 2005
Genre Electronic
Length72:56
Label Fabric
Producer Rob Da Bank
Fabric Mix Series chronology
Fabric 23
(2005)
Fabric 24
(2005)
Fabric 25
(2005)
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Fabric 24 is a DJ mix compilation album by Rob Da Bank, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

  1. N.O.H.A. - Balkan Hot Step - Unique Records
  2. Doc L Junior - Preacher Man - Music For Freaks
  3. Soul Mekanik - Wanna Get Wet - RIP Records
  4. Michael Mayer - Lovefood - Kompakt
  5. Nathan Fake - Dinamo - Traum Schallplatten
  6. Triola - Leuchttrum (Wighnomy's Polarzipper Remix) - Kompakt
  7. Nathan Fake - The Sky Was Pink (James Holden Remix) - Border Community
  8. Plastikman - Spastik - Novamute
  9. The Futureheads - Hounds Of Love (Phones Wolf At The Door remix) - 679 Recordings
  10. Whitey - A Walk In The Dark - 1234 Recordings
  11. The Fiery Furnaces - Single Again - Rough Trade
  12. Little Annie & the Legally Jammin - Bleach (Illegally Club Mixed) - Italic
  13. Pepe Kalle - Rodger Miller - Stern's Music
  14. Gabriel Ananda - Heizkissen - Platzhirsch
  15. Vitalic - Poney Part 1 - PIAS
  16. Mr. Fingers - Can You Feel It - Trax Records
  17. Frankie Knuckles - Your Love - Trax Records

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