Fabric 43

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ReleasedNovember 2008
Label Fabric
Producer Metro Area
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Fabric 43 is a 2008 album by music production team Metro Area. The album was released as part of the Fabric Mix Series.

Track listing

  1. Babla's Disco Sensation - Ghar Aya Mera Pardesi (Intro) - Babla's Disco Sensation
  2. World Premiere - Share the Night (Breakdown Mix) - Demon Music Group
  3. Ministry - Work For Love (Dub Mix) - Arista
  4. The Disco Four - Move To The Groove (Instrumental) - Enjoy Records
  5. Skratch - You Should Have Known Better (Instrumental) - Passion Records
  6. Barbara Norris - Heavy Hitter (Dub Version) - United Performers/Nelwin Records
  7. Gary's Gang - Makin' Music (Dub Mix) - Radar Records
  8. Voyage - Souvenirs - GTO
  9. Five Special - Why Leave Us Alone (Long Version) - WEA
  10. Ray Martinez - The Natives Are Restless - Importe/12 Records
  11. Dreamhouse - I Can Feel It - United Sounds Of America
  12. Mascara - Baja (Instrumental Dub Version) - Oh My! Records
  13. Play By Numbers - Cloud Nine (Ready Mix) - Ice Water Records
  14. Midway - Set It Out (Funky Breakdown Mix) - Personal Records
  15. Heaven 17 - Penthouse and Pavement - Virgin
  16. Data - Blow (Remix) - WEA
  17. Atmosphere - Swede's Scandal - Superradio
  18. Wiretap - X-Rated Man - Blue Stripe Records
  19. Plez - Can't Stop (Acid Rainforest Mix) - Plezure Records
  20. Baby Oliver - Feelings 2 - Environ
  21. Jean Luc Ponty - Open Mind - WEA
  22. Première Class - Poupée Flash - Première Class
  23. Devo - Freedom Of Choice - Virgin

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