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  • Audio CD (15 Aug. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Fabric
  • ASIN: B0009353RI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,932 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Solvent - Science With Synthesisers
2. Death In Vegas - Zugaga
3. Slacknoise Vs Plexus - Ana Tak 2
4. Death In Vegas - Heil Xanax
5. Alex Smoke - Lost In Sound
6. Mossa - Cheap Therapy
7. Cybotron - Alleys Of Your Mind
8. Solvent - Think Like Us (Ectomorph Mix)
9. Alex Corton - Phlogiston
10. Dinky - Acid In My Fridge
11. Mathew Jonson - Marionette
12. Alex Smoke - Neds
13. Wighnomy Brothers - Pele Bloss
14. Death In Vegas - Reigen (Acid Mix)
15. Analog Fingerprints - Accent
16. Blue Ketchuppp - Don’t Trust Your Computer
17. Death In Vegas - Natja (Scorpio Rising Mix)
18. Mathew Jonson - Typerope
19. John Dahlbäck - Jenna

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Death In Vegas frontman Richard Fearless is known for his love of gnarly sounds, film soundtracks and muscular riddims. Here, he presents the latest Fabriclive, which gives him the opportunity to explore all those themes throughout a mix that could well be one of the best instalments of the series. Starting out with Solvent’s acidic statement, "Science With Synthesisers", Fearless takes the listener on a psychedelic and filmic tour of that pulses and bucks to form an ever-morphing electronic tapestry. DIV’s Kraftwerkian soundtrack "Zuguga" leads into the pulsing abstraction of Slacknoise Vs Plexus’ "Ana Tak 2"; Mossa’s sinewy "Cheap Therapy" is matched to the seminal electro of Cybotron’s "Alley Of Your Mind"; and there are 303s aplenty with Dinky’s "Acid In My Fridge" and DIV’s experimental "Reigen". Mellifluously mixed, this selection marries a gleeful excess with soothing cinematics in a hugely appealing way. --Paul Sullivan

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mitya on 4 April 2006
Format: Audio CD
Fabric offerings are so good on the whole, that it's with some weight of thought that I call this the best to date, along with Digweed's Fabric 20. But Digweed's masterful if linear approach differs obscenely from DiV honcho Richard Fearless' "mad scientist" approach, where predictability is a rude word and there is equally a propensity to chuck something away and jump ship to a new direction as to mix traditionally and abley.

FL23 has a definite aim towards your head as well as your body. Genres and tempos incessently switch to make sure you're taking this all in - 'if you want to switch off and boogey go to Ministry'. Indeed, 3 songs from the end, which is normally nicely-progressing-climax territory, DiV's 'Natja' shuts up shop and prods you with hippy-esq quartertones to make sure you're congnitively up to the job.

Logical sectioning of FL23 is a mean feat for any musicologist; a sci-fi-esq beginning, centring on repetitious development of motifs, gives way to Lost in Sound, a gorgeous example of electro sentiment akin to Royksopp's Poor Leno. Cheap Therapy is a teriffic switch towards dirty, bassey house with infectious vocal samples. Alleys of your mind comes out of and goes no where, Marionette is a beautiful minimalist track which which works a sinister motif to a moving climax ala Nathan Fake, and so the changability carries on to the finish.

But it works. Too often variety is cynically used to create something easy to call intelligent and difficult to criticse due to its scope for interpretation. Here, the genre-jumping is notable but not extreme as to be chalk and cheese, and the result is a fascinating, re-listenable mix which has few equals within its category - whatever that is.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Simon J. Whight on 6 Dec. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I’m irritatingly pedantic when it comes to mix CDs. Naturally music is about as subjective a passion as anything to give an opinion on, but when it comes to the blending of beats, I know what I want. Beats matched to keep in with 16 bar patterns, subtle blendings that you don’t even know are going on, tracks getting brought in with both first beats of a 4/4 … no bass drum hit being matched with a second beat clap please. That’s just how I am because that’s how I like to mix.
Now DiV’s mixing style reminds me of a very old school philosophy. As if the DJ hears something that he likes in the headphones and quickly slaps across the crossfader so that we, the listener, can hear what he’s hearing. Even beatmatching isn’t a priority when it comes to layering an ambient intro over another track’s beat outro. But consider this, DiV’s resume includes a precursor to the Heavenly Social, a club called Job Club. Such luminaries as Andrew Weatherall and Derrick May were invited to be guest DJ for the evening. But rather than having two Technics to cut a groove on, the DJ was confronted by a humble stand-up hifi system with just the one turntable. The philosophy that it was the records and not the mixing skills that they were there to showcase.
I can see sense in this. I bought a vinyl copy of James Zabiela’s amazingly mixed Sound In Motion and to be truthful, I couldn’t see myself sitting down and listening to 75% of those tracks individually from beginning to end. With DiV’s Fabric mix, each track is a little gem.
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By Andrew Ashton on 23 Jan. 2015
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A brilliant mix set 23 Jan. 2006
By filterite - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Having not bought many mix CDs, I heard this in Tower and immediately bought it. It's such an interesting blend between techno, house industrial and old skool electro. It blends so well that it is almost the perfect mix album. I say almost because the mixing of tracks is not as fluid as can be heard on say Laurent Garnier's superb Excess Luggage. A few of the tracks just seem to introduce themselves unannounced from out of nowhere and while that in itself is no bad thing, particularly when the songs are good, it does tend to be a little jarring. But this should be essential to not just Death in Vegas fans but electro fans as well. But then they could be one and all really.
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A perfect mix! 7 Dec. 2006
By M. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I think this is a perfect mix. The song selection is great and tight! I have to admit that I was hesitant to purchase this at first because i really don't care for these dj compilations. I find them dull and pointless. But I've been a fan of Death In vegas' original music for years now and decided to give it a chance especially since i got my copy at the tower records going out of business sale!

All i can really say is that if you're into interesting electronic music then this is for you!
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