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  • Audio CD (3 Feb. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Fabric
  • ASIN: B00007MBYI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,766 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro - Fab1 - Plump DJs
2. From Home (Hexidecimal Remix) - Sound Alliance
3. Nova - One Upfront
4. Listen To The Drummer - Nation 12
5. Beyond This World - DJ Abstract
6. Squeaks and Bleeps - Plump DJs
7. Dope Freak - Move Ya
8. Angelfish - Plan B vs Plump DJs
9. Contact 00 - Plump DJs
10. Cakehole - Evil 9
11. Two Men On A Trip (Lee’s Tripped Out Mix) - Lee Coombs and Meat Katie
12. Alarm Bells - Plastic Pervert
13. The Drum - Soul Of A Man
14. The Rock - Punx
15. Energise - Chad Jackson
16. Electric Appliances - Mr Velcro Fastener
17. Hey Mr DJ (Stab Mix) - Screen 2
18. Back In The Day - C83
19. Punch Drunk - Plump DJs
20. I Feel Love - Donna Summer

Product Description

The Plump DJs have built a reputation for electrifying DJ sets, playing intimate spaces & large venues worldwide. Ahead of their debut full-length album in June 2003, The Plumps create the eighth release in the Fabriclive series, blending their skills as DJs & producers. Staying true to a scene that relies upon self-made tracks & remix swaps, all cuts are treated, edited, stripped & rebuilt. Standard jewel case size tin housed in a slipcase.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By s marshall on 16 Feb. 2003
I bought this cd after hearing their remix of Orbital's Funny Break on FABRICLIVE. 01 James Lavelle which I bought a few days before this one. Having never heard of the Plump DJ's I wasn't quite sure of what to expect but I never expected this.It starts off like early Chemical Brothers(Dig Your Own Hole) with From Home by Sound Allience followed by one of the funkiest tunes I've heard in ages, Nova by One Up Front (if this doesn't want to make you get up and dance you must be dead). It even throws in a few old tunes, Listen to the Drummer by Nation 12 (1990) and Hey Mr DJ by Screen 2 (1994) and makes them sound bang up to date. Even that doesn't compare to what they've done to I Feel Love by Donna Summer, a record that hasn't aged a bit since its release is given a new twist with added breakbeats and breakdowns, AWSOME. I love the sounds on this cd, it mixes breakbeats with tribal drums, acid with synth stabs, and when the first house beat comes in about 2/3's in its like a breath of fresh air. I highly recommend this cd, it's one of the best mix cd's I've heard in ages because it sounds fresh and new. Buy this if you like phat beats, funky basslines, acid tweaks, breakdowns, build ups, sounds that flip your head and of course good quality dance music that doesn't sound generic and staid like most mix albums. Highly recommended!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By RuBix on 27 July 2003
Ahead of their debut album due for release later this year (2003), the Plump DJs arrive with the eighth installment of the FABRICLIVE series. Prepare for a sonic journey through the best in breakbeat, seemlessly mixed by Lee Rous and Andy Gardner, a.k.a. the Plump DJs.
With a massive underground following, the Plump DJs prove both their mixing and producing skills on this release, throwing 20 of the finest breakbeat tunes, including four of their own, into a seventy minute mix.
Although many of the tracks can sound shockingly similar, the mix chops and changes enough to avoid becoming too mudane. This was clearly made to be heard on the dancefloor but has enough energy to work anywhere else.
The standout track has to be Donna Summer's classic, I Feel Love, which brings the preceedings to a triumphant and euphoric climax.
For fans of the genre this is the breakbeat bible, and it should be no less than a throughly enjoyable listen for the rest of us.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Simon J. Whight on 11 Mar. 2005
Of all the breaks albums that have graced the FabricLIVE series (and we're up to episode 20 as I write this!) I have to say that THIS is the best of them all. It's a proper aural workout, stick it on in your headphones or at a party, it doesn't matter where, this will never fail to work up a groove.
The mix flows from funky breakbeat in its early stages, little flavours of hip hop breaks here, little snatches of phat basslines there, before moving into tougher electronic territories. The highlights of this section all belong to the Plumps own productions, Squeaks and Bleeps bouncy electronics, the way that Contact 00's percussion just drives the mix on before Evil 9 is dropped in. This entire section is ace, the mixing spot on, the selection just right, ensuring the tension just builds and builds. The latter stages of the mix see the Plumps give a nod to electro past, familiar refrains triggering those nostalgic moments, with this topped off with the Plumps own thunderous take on Donna Summer's I Feel Love.
Cracking mix from the breaks scene's superstars showcasing much of the talent of the other big hitters of the scene. You're not taking a risk when purchasing this, you're buying guaranteed quality. Also grab their own Eargasm artist album for more of the Plumps unique take on breaks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 11 Feb. 2003
From the very first demented breaks of Sound Alliance's 'From Home' you know you're in for a real treat. Probably the current kings of the breaks scene have delivered a mix album which takes us on a funky elctronic guide to everything good going on in the scene at present.
The album features numerous new tracks from the plump boys themselves and these provide great promise for the debut artist album coming out later this year. 'Squeaks and Bleeps' is one of these tracks, and, well .... fantastic. You could really throw some fabulous shapes on the dance floor to this awesome 'end of set' style tune.
We have a more laid back funky style with the likes of Evil 9's 'Cakehole' and Chad Jackson's 'Energise'. The mix really begins to fly with the Plump Dj's remix of Mr. Velcro Fastner's 'Electric Appliances'. The album closes with a tune that will bring a grin to every clubbers face, Donna Summer, 'I Feel Love'. Legendary stuff.
Outstanding breaks, funky b-lines and electro madness are the order of the day here. Whether you're a big breaks fan or just want to delve in and taste the scene, this is an upbeat dancefloor friendly mix which will appeal to almost anyone. Well worth picking up.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Jan. 2006
probably my favourite of the fabriclive series, although freeland is pretty damn good too. for me this is breakbeat at its best, the disc never gets boring, nothing gets you up for a night out like the punx track. great to have a few of plumps own tracks thrown in too. all in all a top album and if you want to see what plumps are all about a great place to start. this cd never gets too heavy either, meaning its great for chucking on at a party
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