Fabric 37

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Fabric 37
Fabric 37.jpg
Compilation album by
Steve Bug
ReleasedNovember 2007
Label Fabric
Producer Steve Bug
Fabric chronology
Fabric 36
(2007)
Fabric 37
(2007)
Fabric 38
(2008)

Fabric 37 is a 2007 album by Steve Bug. The album was released as part of the Fabric Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Sunshine Jones - Anywhere You Are - Nite Grooves
  2. DJ Swap - Consequence - Smallville
  3. Peace Division - In The Wall (It's Voodoo) - Crosstown Rebels
  4. Tom Pooks - Trouble (D'julz Remix) - Ovum
  5. Afrilounge - Lux Dementia - Connaisseur Recordings
  6. Ben Westbeech - Hang Around (Wahoo Main Mix) - Brownswood
  7. Gene Hunt - Inspire (Abicah Soul Remix) - Moods and Grooves Records
  8. Anja Schneider - Belize - Mobilee
  9. Rework - Love Love Love Yeah (Chloe Remix) - Playhouse
  10. Mikael Stavöstrand - Can You See Thru My Eyes - Spectral
  11. Adultnapper - Juror No. 9 - Audiomatique
  12. Lee Curtis - Over The Influence - Dumb-Unit
  13. Steve Rachmad - Flow "Westpoint" - Sino
  14. Mogdax - Kubik - Mezzotinto
  15. Brendon Moeller - Saviour - Third Ear Recordings
  16. Ryo Murakami - My Soul - Dessous
  17. Matthias Tanzmann - Keep On - Moon Harbour
  18. Phonique - Worked It Out feat. Ian Whitelaw and Meitz (Charles Webster's First Remix) - Dessous
  19. Echologist - Faith N.Y. - Mule
  20. Ryo Murakami - Monument - Dessous
  21. Rejected - Lost - Rejected
  22. Gui.tar - Red Doggy - Punkt

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