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Fabric Live 24

DiploAudio CD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (November 15, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fabric
  • ASIN: B0009UBYQU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,263 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Plantlife – Love 4 the World (Why They Gotta Hate?)
2. Nina Sky – Turnin’ Me On
3. Killer Mike Ft. Big Boi – My Chrome
4. Cybotron – Clear
5. Yazoo – Don’t Go
6. Debbie Deb – When I Hear Music
7. Freestyle – Don’t Stop The Rock
8. Hashim – Al-Naafiysh (The Soul)
9. Model 500 – Nightdrive (Thru Babylon)
10. Aphex Twin – Windowlicker
11. Cajmere – Percolator
12. Solid Groove – This Is Sick
13. Two Culture Clash Ft. Ms. Thing – Love Guide
14. Ludacris feat. Shawnna – What’s Your Fantasy
15. Diplo feat. Pantera Os Danadinhos – Percão
16. Gaiola Das Popozudas – Vem Cristiano
17. MC Biro Leyby – Cria Asa Periquita
18. Gaiola Das Popozudas – Ô Darcy
19. Diplo – Way More (Remix)
20. M.I.A. – Bucky Done Gun
See all 28 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

From the Artist

I wanted to do the mix as a history of the electro/Miami Bass sound, but throwing in all sorts of things with a funk feel... I went a little out there and put on tracks people might not be familiar with just ‘cuz it’s a FabricLive mix tape.

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Diplo, the producer behind M.I.A., along with Fabric Records present FabricLive 24.

Raised across the southern states, fed on Miami Bass and DIY DJ party culture, Diplo began DJ-ing in his late teens and started to produce his own tracks after moving north to Philly and New York. While living in Japan he submitted his demo to Ninja Tunes’ Hip Hop offshoot Big Dada; swiftly signed he put out the deep, diverse and funky Florida album. He’s remixed for artists including Beck, Gwen Stefani, Bun B, and Le Tigre. Diplo pushes the envelope of new sounds and rhythm that constantly absorbs and amazes listeners of his mix tapes and Hollartonix parties.

FabricLive 24 is a fast paced, funk fuelled ride through the badlands of Hip Hop, dub step, electro, rock and techno – featuring tracks from Outkast, Plantlife, Aphex Twin, Ludacris, M.I.A., The Cure, Diplo, Le Tigre, Cybotron, Cajmere, and many more.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Eclectic as Always November 18, 2005
Format:Audio CD
For those who've checked out Diplo's earlier mixes, both solo and as the other half of Hollertronix, none of the stops on this musical ride should be that surprising. Nothing too obscure here, just solid tunes that cold rock the party - with a twist. The mix starts with an indie-fied reworking of summer jam favorites Nina Sky, weaves into some early electro, New Wave, and proto-techno, and then parks itself into a lengthy mash-up of Brazilian favela funk and grime. The Cure usher in the punk-funky final act that makes a brief detour into classic Detroit booty. The ghetto fabulous refrain of "uh, oh, work it, work it!" should bring a smile to anyone familiar with the club and radio scene in the 313 during the late 90's. By connecting the dots between seemingly-disparate subgenres that in fact trace their roots to that most fertile of moments in pop music, the late 70's-early 80's, Diplo is truly one of the new generation of DJ/producers that "gets it."
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Work of an Innovator October 3, 2006
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Say what you like about Diplo, but the simple fact is that very few, if any, have the vision and courage that is displayed on this mix and just about anything else baring the Diplo name.

With a mixture of old (Debbie Deb, Model 500, Freestyle), new (M.I.A, Outkast, Ludacris), exotic (baile funk) and downright strange (Aphex Twin, DJ Nasty), Diplo delivers a set of quality mixing and innovative track selection.

To those of little musical bravery - stay clear of the great Diplo in general and definately this mix,as you will find everything from 80's breakbeat to 00's hip hop rubbing shoulders with the rockier sounds of The Cure and Le Tigre. If however, you are open to musical experimentation, then this mix will surely install in your brain the feelings of euphoria it did in this humble reviewier's cranium.

Turn it on and take a journey into the wonderful world of Diplo.
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5.0 out of 5 stars BUY THIS MIX! March 13, 2006
Format:Audio CD
Diplo, the mastermind DJ/producer behind M.I.A.'s legendary "Arular," has compiled one of the phattest party mixes I have heard in recent years. He starts out with some classic, hand-picked 80s techno tracks, including Yaz, Debbie Deb, and Cybotron. Midway through the madness, you can't help but throw your hands in the air and shake your ass to Solid Groove's "This is Sick." Diplo then takes a sharp turn into the realm of South London grime, continuing on to some underground Brazilian tech-hop. The beats get more aggressive through this later section of the mix. Towards the end, he shows his true genius as a party DJ by throwing everything you wouldn't expect into the mix--The Cure, Le Tigre, and ending up with CAT POWER??? This IS sick!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent January 27, 2006
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Diplo is the man behind the decks with M.I.A. He is also her main collaborator. There fore he is the hottest new DJ in quite a while. He hooked up with Ninja Tune two years ago. He did a few remixes and ended up working on the mixtape that put M.I.A. on the map. Of course he was a DJ at Fabric soon after that. This mixes old and new tracks. A little funky ass with old electro. Cybotron, Model 500, and even Yazoo are some of the best of that era of Electro. He even throws in some of his own tracks with M.I.A. "Bucky Done Gun" and Aphex Twin, and also The Cure. Ludacris and Outkast represent Hiphop. Le Tigre makes pretty lame albums but some of their remixes are tolerable. There is even a track by Cat Power on here. I am very unsurprised by these sort of collections. But this one and Annie DJ Kicks are great collections.
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