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fabric28: Wiggle [CD]

Wiggle Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (15 May 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Fabric
  • ASIN: B000CR8RRO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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1. Darkness Brovas
2. Some Bizarre
3. Martian Keg Party
4. Club Therapy
5. Love Dose
6. Gettin' Lifted
7. Travelling (John Ciafone Remix)
8. Hydroponic
9. No Need To See
10. Everybody (Nathan Coles Remix)
11. Freakin (Original)
12. Say Something
13. Release
14. Punch Up (Wozsonik Vokz Mix)
15. Change (Feat. Wale)
16. The Cure & the Cause (Dennis Ferrer Remix)
17. Her Boyfriend Was The D.J. (Bushy Remix)
18. Dream 17 (Nathan Coles & Dave Coker Love Your Feel Mix)

Product Description

Great US house mix, including Fish Go Deep. In A1 condition.

Customer Reviews

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5.0 out of 5 stars Definitive Tech-House 24 April 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Terry Francis and Nathan Coles are two highly respected men in the world of dance music, known not only as great DJs but also as producers of classy electronica under a myriad of pseudonyms. I was a little hesitant before hearing this mix as Fabric 02, also mixed by Terry Francis fell a little short of the usual high standard. This mix however had me blissed out from the first listen, it really is excellent. These guys define Tech-House, almost equal parts house and techno with perhaps a slight house dominance. The mix flows beautifully, they are superb behind the decks and I believe this mix was a straightforward 2 decks and a mixer production, showing ultimately you can have as many fancy boxes of trickery but true DJ skill will always win. The pace builds with subtlety and remains funky throughout, it also holds true to my rule of a great mix in that it is a versatile piece of work, great for the dancefloor, home listening, driving etc. A memorable mix that I've played regularly over the last few years and will continue to do so.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's good 30 May 2006
By Russtafarian VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
The previous reviewer states that a pair of decks and a mixer aren't enough to create a decent mix.. but I think that chap is losing sight for what it means to be DJ.

This mix by Wiggle is some dark house/techno/tech-house thrown together, and admittedly some of the tracks aren't great, but when you're building a mood in a set you can't always have peak time monsters being thrown under the needle.

Comparing it to the Scratch Perverts FabricLive mix isn't fair. Admittedly the boys use ever piece of kit available and have a produced one of the best Fabric releases to date - but they didn't achieve because of the special effects alone. Wiggle have produced a good stand alone CD. It's a decent affair of two turntables and one mixer - showing that you don't require flashy effects to make a decent mix.

In this instance, I don't think it's the best Fabric album out there, but it sure isn't the worst, and I'm quite happy to sit around a nod my head to it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Play it loud! 30 Oct 2006
Format:Audio CD
Very professional mix, smooth sequence of tracks. This mix is for those who like deep, clear, rythmic house beat. So play it loud! It really should be plaid in the clubs.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Average Mix 24 May 2006
By R. Mullaney VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
Fabric regulars Wiggle mix CD 28 for the iconic London club.

The tracks are low slung house and techno with an emphasis on groove and deep basslines. There are a few standout tracks from Peace Division, Style of Eye and Mula and the set is mixed nicely together. The whole thing is competent enough but it never really transcends mediocrity. Previous Fabric offerings from Jacques lu Cont and the Scratch Perverts have been so technically brilliant that sets sounding like they were recorded with 2 decks and a mixer just aren't enough any more. You can only excuse such a simplified style if the tracks are all excellent (like in the case of Fabric 13: Michael Mayer) which in this case they are not.
The reviewer above agrees that the mix isn't the best and that he is 'happy to sit around and nod his head to it' but then goes ahead and gives it 4 stars....Any mix that only makes you want to nod your head or tap your feet isn't worth 4 stars. He also states that it isn't fair to compare the mix to a previous one by the Scratch Perverts...Why not I wonder? They were both given the same task, to mix a CD that represents their sets at Fabric. One is brilliant, one is average. If we cannot compare the CDs what frame of reference do we have? The Scratch Perverts mix is incredibly complex, using loops, breaks, samples and acapellas to great effect. While there are artists like these pushing the boundaries, DJ's such as Wiggle will have to try a lot harder to compare.
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