Robert Hood ‎– Fabric 39

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Fabric (London) ‎– FABRIC 77
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1 Monobox Silicone Fingers
Written-By, Producer – Robert Hood
2 Robert Hood Element 9
3 Robert Hood Who Taught You Math
Written-By, Producer – Robert Hood
4 Pacou X-Factor
Written-By, Producer – Pacou
5 Robert Hood Strobe Light
Written-By, Producer – Robert Hood
6 Marco Lenzi Taboo
Written-By, Producer – Marco Lenzi
7 Joris Voorn Fever (Rephrased)
Written-By, Producer – Joris Voorn
8 Fab G* Bust The Vibes (Real Disco Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Fab G*
9 Dan March Sand Dune
Written-By, Producer – Dan March
10 Robert Hood Element 3
11 Diego Mind Detergent (Robert Hood Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Robert HoodWritten-By, Producer – Diego Hostettler*
12 Jeff Mills Skin Deep
Written-By – Jeff Mills
13 Robert Hood School
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – G. Mitchell*Written-By – Robert Hood
14 Robert Hood Element 23
15 John Thomas Mr. Funk
Written-By, Producer – Jonathan Thomas*
16 DJ Skull Informant
Producer – DJ Skull
17 Scorp One Side
Written-By, Producer – Steve Rachmad
18 Pacou All It Takes
Written-By, Producer – Pacou
19 Ø [Phase] Mass
Written-By, Producer – Ashley Burchett
20 UK Gold Agent Wood (Adam Beyer Remix)
Remix – Adam BeyerWritten-By, Producer – Chris McCormack
21 Solid Decay Legalize!
Written-By, Producer – Dirk Kanters, Ralph Plompen
22 Robert Hood Element 7
23 Robert Hood Side Effect
Written-By – Robert Hood
24 Mion Drop The Filter
Written-By – Percy X
25 Scorp New Energy
Written-By, Producer – Steve Rachmad
26 UK Gold Agent Wood (Original Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Chris McCormack
27 Robert Hood Still Here (Los Hermanos Remix)
Remix [Credited To] – G. Mitchell*Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Los HermanosWritten-By – Robert Hood
28 John Thomas Pulp Funktion 2
Written-By, Producer – Jonathan Thomas*
29 Robert Hood The Greatest Dancer
Written-By, Producer – Robert Hood
30 Low-Life Exclamation
Written-By, Producer – Ben Sims, Steve O'Sullivan
31 Robert Hood And Then We Planned Our Escape
Written-By – Robert Hood
32 Robert Hood Element 12

Credits

Notes

"The live elements are just tracks or patterns, rhythm patterns that will be exclusive to the CD.” – Robert Hood.
These tracks are uncredited on the CD.
Fabric thanks Dave Turner at DDM/360 Mastering.
Release Dates: fabricfirst Members: 03/03/08 UK/R.O.W. Retail: 17/03/08

Comes in metal case - embossed on the lid with the fabric logo, "fabric39" and "Robert Hood" - plus outer card sleeve with artwork and tracklist. Case contains CD booklet and folded card insert with fabric logo cutout.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 802560 007723

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.iQ.

.iQ.

October 16, 2012
oh shit!
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CrazyGoat826

CrazyGoat826

June 2, 2008
I like this mix, track selection was very good i think HOWEVER, something has to be made clear about this mix: this is absolutely NOT minimal, even in the broader sense, and believe me, the term has become quite flexible and now is used even to describe slower techno that just doesn't follow the banging 140bpm 90's-style techno. I suppose you could call very few tracks in this mix "minimal", but the overall feel is more like techno and tech-house. But this doesn't prevent it from being a very interesting mix, with that dance feel to it. Good stuff!
maroko

maroko

May 7, 2008

The man himself does it again. Robert Hood's Fabric 39 DJ Mix is right up my alley. It hits the spot so many times I'm afraid to even start counting.
While he's not taking the art of mixing to a new realm, or igniting revolutions, mr. Hood is doing just what you need to hear, rather than giving you what you want. The selection of 32 tracks displayed throughout the mix hits it on the nail as well. In fact, there is virtually nothing here that doesn't.
The music is great. The whole thing has more of an old schoolish Detroit techno touch, with a twist of modern minimal, a clash of which is then morphed with some melodic and soulful tunes. The whole CD is pretty much upbeat, and provides great party, "stompy" material, with an undeniable groove to it.
Long, repetetive, and frequently monotonous minimal tracks, with often two to three sound effects being intertwined and applied over and over again are out of the question here. Most of the material here is very heavy on the bass, and forged for the hands and feet- basically, what a proper DJ mix should be all about. Robert takes each track, takes its essence and its heart, squeezes the most out of it before quickly letting it flow into yet another killer tune without too much ado. The mixing itslef isn't on a surgical Hawtin/Villalobos level, but it's raw and quite refreshing in today's sea of subtle and low key track transitions. I really get this great impression of Robert throwing it back to some past times, and mind you, it sounds fantastic. The final result here beat my expectations. Fabric 39 is already in my top five of the label's extensive series. Get it, especially if Detroit techno is your thing. Some more recent releases that pop up into my mind and that you'd might want to check out if this was to your liking are Kevin Saunderson's "Ekspozicija 07: The Detroit Connection" and Carl Craig's "Sessions" release and Cristian Vogel's "The Never Engine". Enjoy, as there is quite a lot of that to be found here!