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on 22 May 2015
love this cd some nice deep melodic tunes in it,up there with the best of the fabric series as far as i'm concerned.
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on 23 January 2015
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on 4 April 2012
this album is not hectic its nice chilled out tech house with a techno influence if you like your music real deep like me then you will love this album, oh and theres some nice vocals thrown in there to. i think the above comment may of been written by an old trance fan thats still stuck in the past ... ie not happy unless theres a piano in there but, never the less.

to summarize this is a mix of deep minimal tech house that is worth £5.99 of anyones money ( i love it )
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on 20 December 2011
I LOVED the minimal House, Tech-House and Techno scene and have bought a lot of vinyl and CD.
Fabric has brought out a few good Minimal mixes but this isn't one of them I'm affraid. Faric has been really stuck the the minimal scene and has also produced a lot of sub standard CD's and I know as I have been collecting them since 2003/4.
What thislacks is any good highlight tracks or theme, it is just slow and goes nowhere!

I have been checking out next months Fabriclive 61 mix by Pinch and it looks good so lets slide this one in order with the othe 80 plus Fabric cd's and wait for next months!
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on 20 December 2011
A pretty poor mix in my opinion. The Visionquest bunch have had an unattractive fashionista element about them from the off - their audience is interested as much in the £60 shirt Seth or Ryan are likely to be wearing as the tunes they might line up. Their Fabric mix confirms all my worst fears - an aimless, lumbering slog through a poorly sequenced succession of their own (& their mates') productions, alongside a number of "improved" (i.e. completely ruined) remixes of some terrific older tunes. No drive, no funk, no nowt. In a year's time they'll be as big an embarrassment as the godawful Swedish House Mafia & you'll be hiding this CD at the back of your collection. Zzzzz.
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on 9 December 2011
This mix combines quality house & techno and showcases the talent which Visionquest has to offer. Highly recommended to those wanting the finer things in life.
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