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  • Audio CD (13 July 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Fabric 591 Ltd.
  • ASIN: B001VLP61K
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 162,335 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro - Jay Haze
2. Awakening - Jay Haze
3. An Hour to Fly (Exclusive) - Lil' Dirty Ghetto Bastard
4. Phreaky Motherfucker - Mike Dunn
5. Confusion - Lump & Lerato
6. Freedom - Catrat
7. Trapped in Dub - Alex Cellar
8. Dimentia - Miss Fitz
9. Mellow D - Jay Haze & Ricardo Villalobos
10. Pimp My Saw - Diy
11. I Can't Forget - Jay Haze & D:Exter
12. Mars Or Bust - Chicago Wasted Youth
13. When the Revolution Comes - The Last Poets
14. Soundscape - Pheek
15. Ain't Going Out Like That - Michal Ho
16. Work for Me - Dirty Bee
17. Conduction - Johnny Fiasco
18. Pimpin' Ain't Easy - Hugo
19. Ancient Blessing - Ms. Minelli
20. Burning - Fuckpony
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. L. Carlsson on 26 July 2009
Format: Audio CD
I'll be totally honest. I did'nt particularly like this mix at first. I first listened to it in HMV, listening to each track for 20 seconds then skipping to the next, i thought to myself 'this is total gash'. Thinking no more of it i put the cd back on continued on with my mundane life. That was until i read a review in DJ mag singing it's praise's. I tutted in disgust at how daft the reviewer was, but then something inside me told me to go back into HMV and give it another listen.

I did just that but this time just let it play for a little bit without skipping tracks. This time around i was'nt appalled at what i was hearing but found myself nodding along. Not obviously so i looked like a total loon, but just enough to make me think this aint half bad.

From then on it only got better. After repeated listens at home, this has totally sucked me in. Now onto the actual music.

Most of the Tracks are from Haze's numerous record labels 'Tuning Spork' (The don't take yourself seriously house label) and the slightly harder techier 'contexterrior' label. bearing in mind most of these tracks are from the Haze stable you would be forgiven for thinking 'another self indulgent bastard, using fabric as a platform to put his/her own productions out even if it creates a mix with no substance'. This time you would be totally wrong in that assumption.

The album starts with a beatless intro (no surprises there) sculpted from one of Haze's own tracks 'Lady Judy'. Snippets of this track feature throughout the mix. (I like the idea of having a running theme through the mix using vocals from one track, it shows that someone has actually pulled their finger out their arse and put some thought into it). Every track selected is quite simply stunning.
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