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|Released||April 23, 2012|
Fabric 63 is a 2012 DJ mix compilation album by Levon Vincent. The album was released as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
|1.||"Earth Calls"||Joey Anderson||5:19|
|2.||"Blaze (Do Dah Dab mix)"||DJ Jus-Ed||5:28|
|3.||"Intrinsic Motivation"||JM de Frias||4:42|
|4.||"Stereo Systems"||Levon Vincent||3:58|
|5.||"Polar Bear"||Levon Vincent||2:56|
|6.||"Times Like This"||DJ Qu||5:18|
|8.||"Double-Jointed Sex Freak II"||Levon Vincent||5:45|
|11.||"The End"||Levon Vincent||5:46|
|12.||"Blacklight"||Black Jazz Consortium||4:01|
|13.||"Early Reflections"||Levon Vincent||4:27|
|14.||"Rainstorm II"||Levon Vincent||6:40|
|15.||"Far Away (Atmospheric Pass)"||Black Jazz Consortium||3:41|
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