Evil Nine ‎– FabricLive. 28

Fabric (2) ‎– FABRIC56
FabricLive – 28
CD, Mixed

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1 Will Saul Ft Ursula Rucker Where Is It? (Evil Nine Remix)
Engineer – Tam CooperProducer, Written-By – Will SaulRecorded By – Tim MotzerRemix – Evil NineVocals [Featuring], Lyrics By – Ursula Rucker
2 Simian Mobile Disco Clik
Producer, Mixed By – James Ford, Jas Shaw*
3 Uffie Ready To Uff
Producer – Mr. OizoWritten-By – Feadz, Mr. Oizo, Uffie
4 Bodyrockers Round And Round (Switch Remix)
Backing Vocals – Kaz JamesDrums – Karl BrazilProducer – BodyrockersRemix – Switch (2)Vocals, Recorded By, Mixed By – Dylan BurnsWritten-By – Dylan Burns, Kaz James
5 Riton Anger Man (Riton Re-Rub)
Remix – RitonWritten-By – Smithson*, Santucci*
6 The Mystery Jets* The Boy Who Ran Away (Riton Extended Dub)
Remix – RitonWritten-By – Mystery Jets
7 Thomas Schumacher Kickschool 79
Producer, Written-By – Stephan Bodzin, Thomas Schumacher
8 Paul Woolford Presents Bobby Peru Erotic Discourse
Producer, Written-By – Paul Woolford
9 Boys Noize Volta 82
Producer, Written-By – Alex Ridha*
10 Bassbin Twins The Dogs
Written-By – Bassbin Twins
11 John Starlight John's Addiction
Written-By – John Starlight
12 Daft Punk Technologic (Digitalism's Highway To Paris Remix)
Composed By – Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Thomas BangalterRemix – Digitalism
13 Franz Ferdinand The Fallen (Ruined By Justice)
Producer – Franz Ferdinand, Rich CosteyRemix – Justice (3)Written-By – Franz Ferdinand
14 The Kreeps* All I Wanna Do Is Break Some Hearts (Boys Noize Remix 2)
Performer – KreepsProducer, Written-By – Dom KreepRemix – Boys Noize
15 Test Icicles What's Your Damage (Digitalism Remix)
Producer – James FordRecorded By – Peter Diemal*Remix – DigitalismWritten-By – Test Icicles
16 B-Movie Nowhere Girl (Freeland Remix)
Remix – Freeland*Written-By – Richard Holliday*, Stephen Hovington*
17 The Clash London Calling
Bass – Paul SimononDrums – Topper HeadonEngineer – Bill PriceGuitar, Piano, Written-By – Joe Strummer, Mick JonesVocals – Joe Strummer, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, Topper Headon

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Comes in a metal case with a cardboard sleeve.
Total duration is 73:27.

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  • Barcode: 0 802560 005620
  • Barcode (scanned): 802560005620
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC FABRIC56RO 03
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY34
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8744
  • Rights Society: mcps

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January 31, 2008
I think the duo from Brighton have let us down on this one...
Don't get me wrong, Evil Nine are one of my favourite acts who give me shivers every time I hear them being announced for local Dublin dates...
But this mix CD simply didn't do it for me.
FabricLive 28 never seems to find any real direction...
kicking off with electro sounds of SMD and French pixie Uffie it slowly takes a lazy path to oblivion with the odd gem like kickschool '79 and Bassbin's 'The Dogs' waking you up from time to time.
We're hoping that this mix can take off round about now, but does a further U'ey and bangs out fairly boring Indie tracks from the likes of Franz Ferdinand and Test Icles, finishing off with a novelty end from The Clash's London's calling... Zzzzzz!!!
Sorry Tom & Pat... Fabric deserves more attention ;-/



January 13, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

It seems that this mix is a love vs. hate affair. Personally, this mix introduced me to a brand new sound of distortion and saturation. From the characteristic breaks of Evil Nine's remix of "Where Is It?" to the electro rap of Uffie; from the techno of Thomas Schumacher to the electro minimalism of "Erotic Discourse"; from the distorted sounds of "John's Addiction" to the fierce remixes of Digitalism, this mix is for the dancefloor. And there is plenty more to get your teeth into. Acid clicks, electro squeaks, and guitar riffs are ubiquitous in this set. For a very discerning dance audience.


December 30, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

If you love Evil Nine for their "You Can Be Special, Too" album and their (rather formulaic but nevertheless great) remixes, stay away from this one and rather pick up their Y4K DJ mix. There is way too much electro punk in this one to really enjoy it, and most of the time their set reminds me of a collection of Switch remixes - chopped up beyond recognition or enjoyment. For me, this album is the greatest disappointment of 2006.