Plump DJs ‎– FabricLive. 08

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Fabric (London) ‎– Fabric16
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1 Plump DJs Intro – Fab1
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – A. Gardner*, L. Rous*
0:44
2 Sound Alliance From Home (Hexidecimal Mix)
Remix – HexidecimalRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – Ben HarveyWritten-By, Producer – Chris Sylvester, Lee Spicknell
3:19
3 One Upfront Nova
Producer – Shut Up & DanceWritten-By – C. Hyman*, P. Johnson*
2:36
4 Nation 12 Listen To The Drummer
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Streets Ahead, Tim Simenon
1:25
5 DJ Abstract Beyond This World (Dub Mix)
Written-By, Producer – DJ Abstract
2:26
6 Plump DJs Squeaks And Bleeps
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – A. Gardner*, L. Rous*
4:15
7 Move-Ya! Dope Freak
Written-By, Producer – Move-Ya*, Steve Lavers
1:25
8 Plan B (26) vs. Plump DJs Angelfish
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – Ali B, A. Gardner*, L. Rous*
4:02
9 Plump DJs Contact 00
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – A. Gardner*, L. Rous*
5:31
10 Evil 9* Cakehole
Written-By, Producer – Pat Pardy, Tom Beaufoy
4:51
11 Lee Coombs & Meat Katie 2 Men On A Trip (Lee's Tripped Out Mix)
Remix – Lee*Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – L. Coombs*, M. Pember*
4:44
12 Plastic Pervert Alarm Bells
Written-By, Producer – Phil Kieran
2:22
13 Soul Of Man The Drum
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – J. Panufnik*, J. Rushmore*
3:51
14 Punx The Rock
Producer – M. Jaxon Ballina*, Moguai, Phil Fuldner
4:44
15 Chad Jackson Energise (Casino Kid Remix)
Written-By, Producer – Chad Jackson
4:02
16 Mr Velcro Fastener* Electric Appliances (Plump DJs Vocal Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – The Plump DJs*Written-By, Producer – Mr Velcro Fastener*, T. Metsätähti*, T. Peltonen*
4:44
17 Screen 2* Hey Mr DJ (Stab Mix)
Written-By – V. Vollocci*Written-By, Producer – C. Rufus*
2:29
18 C83 Back In The Day
Written-By, Producer – Jon Guntrip, Sam Gorden*
3:33
19 Plump DJs Punch Drunk
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – A. Gardner*, L. Rous*
1:11
20 Donna Summer I Feel Love
Producer – Giorgio Moroder, Pete BellotteWritten-By – Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte
5:34

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Comes in a metal case with a cardboard sleeve.

Tracks licensed from: 1/6/8/9/11/13/19 Fingerlickin', 2 Distinct'ive, 3 Requiem, 4 Rhythm King, 5 Rat Records, 7 Know How Records, 10 Marine Parade, 12 Mob, 14 Data, 15 Inner World Audio, 16 Air, 17 Cleveland City, 18 En:vision, 20 Casablanca.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 802560 001622
  • Matrix / Runout: FABRIC16P RA0214
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD02
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J41
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
fabric16radio Plump DJs FabricLive. 08 (Radio Mix)(CD, Promo) Fabric (London) fabric16radio UK 2003 Sell This Version
Fabric16 Plump DJs FabricLive. 08(CD, Mixed, Promo) Fabric (London) Fabric16 UK 2003 Sell This Version
Fabric16P, FABRIC16P Plump DJs FabricLive. 08(CD, Promo, Mixed, Comp, Car) Fabric (London), Fabric (London) Fabric16P, FABRIC16P UK 2003 Sell This Version

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behemoth

behemoth

May 1, 2003

I can't stop listening to this. It all starts off with a great little custom intro, something you come to expect in any mix by a Finger Lickin affiliate. And then in comes the insanely funky and instantly arse-mooving Hexadecimal mix of Sound Alliance's "From Home", courtesy of Mr Ben. More top notch slamming funkiness ensues until the Plumps themselves stir things up a bit with some Squeaks, and also some Bleeps (how about that for value for money?). It heads into deeper rolling territory from there, with a bit of Evil9 and Lee Coombs with Meat Katie, and then comes back to the those punchy breaks, with a couple of cheeky Plumps mixes of some well known tunes, namely Mr Velcro Fastener's "Electric Appliances", and the closer "I Feel Love" by Donna Summer (yeah, I know it's been bootlegged more times Jeffrey Archer has lied, but it's great fun). Move-Ya!'s "Dope Freak" and C83's "Back In The Day" are both great for bassbin devastation by the way.