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Fabric 57 is a 2011 album by Agoria. The album was released as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
From November 2001 to November 2018, the London nightclub Fabric ran a monthly mix compilation series. Mixed by a variety of emerging and established DJs, the two series were entitled fabric and FABRICLIVE respectively. The compilation mixes were released independently by Fabric on an alternating monthly basis.
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Crunk Juice is the fifth and final studio album by American hip hop group Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz. It was released on November 16, 2004, under BME Recordings and TVT Records. The production was primarily handled by Lil Jon himself, who also collaborated in the executive production, alongside Bryan Leach, Rob McDowell, Emperor Searcy, Vince Phillips, The Neptunes and Rick Rubin. The album contains numerous collaborations from rappers and singers, like R. Kelly, Ludacris, Ice Cube, Usher, Bun B from UGK, Jadakiss, Nas, T.I., the Ying Yang Twins and Pharrell among others. Lil Jon's next solo album, Crunk Rock, released on June 8, 2010, did not feature the East Side Boyz.
Roosevelt Harrell III professionally known as Bink is a Grammy winning hip hop producer who is noted for his work with Roc-A-Fella Records artists. His most high-profile work has been Jay-Z's critically acclaimed album The Blueprint, for which he produced three tracks, including the first and last tracks on the album. He is sometimes credited as Bink!, Bink Dawg, or Cute Boi. In 2011, Bink and American-reggae artist Atiba finished a collaborative album titled Foreigner. A release date for the project has yet to be announced.
The Bonkers series was one of the leading happy hardcore compilation series in the UK. The first release was in 1996 on record label React, it was available on 2xCD and 2xTC formats. DJs DJ Sharkey and Hixxy were signed by React and the pair released "Bonkers", the first in a series of albums which has become the best-selling hardcore compilation series of all time. The series is on its nineteenth release as of 11 May 2009, with Bonkers: The Original Hardcore.
Sharam Tayebi, better known as Sharam, is an Iranian-born American techno and house DJ and producer. Born in Tehran, Iran, he emigrated to Washington D.C. as a child. A mainstay of the Washington underground dance music scene, he has been active both as one half of the duo Deep Dish and solo artist, producer and mixer.
Kima, Keisha, and Pam is the second and final studio album by American R&B girl group Total. The album debuted at number nine on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and peaked at number thirty-nine on the US Billboard 200. In 1999, the album was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for excess of selling 500,000 copies.
Global Underground 031: Dubfire, Taipei is a DJ mix album in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by DJ and producer Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia, one half of progressive house duo Deep Dish. Dubfire's release follows that of his Deep Dish collaborator, Sharam's solo mix, Global Underground 029: Dubai. Previously, Deep Dish have mixed Global Underground 021: Moscow and Global Underground 025: Toronto, along with Afterclub Mixes. With Taipei, Dubfire sought to make the album about more who he is, as opposed to Deep Dish.
Timothy Mosley is a producer better known as Timbaland. This discography lists the recorded performances, writing and production credits as Timothy Mosley, as Timothy Zachery Mosley, as Timbaland or DJ Timmy Tim. Song names that are bold are singles, album names/releases are in italics.
Nick Holder is an underground hip-hop and house music deejay and producer from Toronto, Ontario.
"Swagga Like Us" is a song by American hip hop recording artists Jay-Z, T.I., Kanye West, and Lil Wayne and British recording artist M.I.A.. It was released on September 6, 2008 in the United States as the fifth single from T.I.'s album Paper Trail, and was also slated for inclusion on Jay-Z's eleventh album The Blueprint 3 (2009), although it ultimately did not make the final track listing. The song was produced by West and is constructed primarily around a vocal sample of "Paper Planes" by British musician M.I.A.
Joris Voorn is a Dutch DJ and producer who resides in Amsterdam. Joris is the co-owner of the Amsterdam-based labels Rejected and Green. Additionally Joris is a graduate in interior architecture.
FabricLive.56 is a 2011 DJ mix album by David Kennedy using his two monikers, Pearson Sound and Ramadanman. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series. It was released on 21 March 2011.
Fabric 61 is a 2011 album by the group Visionquest. The album was released as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
Matthew (Matt) Edwards is an English electronic music producer and DJ based in Berlin, Germany. He is best known for his work in house and techno that he produces under his Radio Slave moniker. He has also released under a variety of different aliases including Cabin Fever, Canvas, DJ Maxxi, The Machine, REKID, Seadevils and Quiet Village. Matt is also co-founder of London-based record label Rekids, which he formed in 2006 with James Masters. Rekids is also mother label to the REK'D and Pyramids of Mars imprints.
Ministry of Sound Sessions Three is a dance music compilation album and the third installment of the Australian Ministry of Sound "sessions" series which started back in 2004. There are a total of 40 tracks spread across the two discs. The Discs were mixed by John Course and Goodwill. This was Goodwills first appearance in the Sessions series while it was the third straight appearance for John Course. "Sessions Three" finished 2006 with the Number 7 position in the ARIA 2006 End Of Year Top 50 Dance Albums Charts and in position 8 of the ARIA Top 50 Compilations Chart for 2006.
Agoria is a French electronic record producer, composer and DJ. He made four albums including the soundtrack to the movie Go Fast. He is one of the founders of the record label InFiné. Since he is attached to the city of Lyon, he also took part in the creation of the French indie and electronic music festival Les Nuits Sonores.
InFiné is a French record label directed by Alexandre Cazac and Yannick Matray. Coming from electronic music, the label usually goes off the beaten path, from classical music to ambient, through club or pop music.
The discography of Carl Cox, British house music and techno producer and DJ, consists of four albums, twenty-five singles, twenty-six compilation albums, and sixty-six remixes.
Ed Rush is the stage name used by the drum and bass musician, producer and DJ, Ben Settle. Rush has been releasing records since 1992 and primarily with his musical partner Optical, since 1997. Along with Optical he is also the co-founder of the record label Virus Recordings which releases his records along with other drum and bass acts. He is most associated with the aggressive styles of drum and bass music known as techstep, darkcore and neurofunk.
Duwaine Whitfield, better known by his stage name of Wittyboy, is a British DJ, record producer, remixer, and composer from Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.