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  • Audio CD (12 Jan. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Fabric
  • ASIN: B00013D4AE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 150,603 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Cutlab - Spacey Bongo
  2. BB Boogie - I Got It
  3. Vibe Residents - The DJs Calling EP/Rulers Anthem
  4. Shuffle Heads - Roll Call [Asads Silverlining Mix]
  5. Pure Science - Get It Back
  6. Peace Division - Beatz and Peacez
  7. Magoo - Slips, Trips & Falls
  8. Niquid - Saxaphobia
  9. Moodyman - Music People
  10. Men With Sticks - 3rd
  11. DIY - DIY EP #2 Hold On
  12. Tabass Nocturn - The Drum
  13. Dave Angel - Catch 2
  14. Solid Groove – Flookin’

Product Description

FABRIC 14 Stacey Pullen (2003 UK 14-track CD album featuring the legendary Detroit techno queen taking the helm to deliver an outstanding selection ranging from Pure Science to OPM. Also includes Cutlabs Spacey Bongo and Solid Grooves Flookin.Housed in a tin case complete with card outer sleeve FABRIC27)

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Fabric kicks off in 2004 with the 14th installment in the Saturday night Fabric CD series. This time we see Detroit techno legend Stacey Pullen to the decks who pulls out what is a suprisingly good solid standard house mix. Refreshing since the Fabric mixes of late have gone down the more experimental paths of German clicky house from Michael Mayer, moody ambience and tech from Amalgamation Of Soundz ... nothing bad with that, BUT its nice to hear some straight up dancefloor flavours come to the fore again.
Stacey's mixing is lovely and smooth on this live mix, working the eqs creating new drops and builds in the journey from deep tribal house up to chunky tech flavours ... almost as if hes playing to an imaginary dancefloor out there. The result is a mix which has a certain vibrancy to it, plenty of bounce and energy. I was expecting this to be an album of perhaps obscure American electronica, but by the time you're into the first track by Cutlab, you're on a crusing funky journey. And just listen to the way BB Boogie's I Got It just suddenly floats in and takes over, definately that dancefloor working style of mixing! The mix doesn't just go for funky party time house Vibe Residents' The DJs Calling, takes the mix down a darker techy path with tech favourites Pure Science and Peace Division with their current biggie What Is This Sound? (Beatz In Peacez 03 ... a class series!), deep America is represented with Moodyman, and a wicked moment from house music past comes in with Men With Sticks effort on Junior Boys Own from the labels glory days.
For a tour de force of house and grooving deep techiness, look no further than this. Its no messing, a good solid dance mix with firing percussion and resonating basslines. Ideal for blasting out in a car, working a house party, the next best thing to being IN the club itself. Fabric are promising alot for 2004 with Roni Size and another installment in the Tyrant series to come, this ... is a FINE way to start the year.
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Despite the interesting cover artwork the music fails to inspire, being bog standard house of no particular merit. Fabric is trying hard to achieve a working alternative to Global Underground but is sadly pitching itself too low on the intelligence scale. It's music for people who have no taste and no expectations. Lisa Lashes succeeded not because she had good mixes but because she grabbed a decent stage name. So, why not Stacey Stomper or Pumping Pullen? Stacey Pullen sounds a bit Essex Girl....both name and music need a makeover.
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HASH(0x9311a7ec) out of 5 stars Fresshhh Tribal House Goods... 16 Mar. 2004
By Marcin - Published on Amazon.com
I've known Stacy Pullen for a while now. I didn't give him either any chance to listen to nor see him live. Just of curiosity I decided to buy this album, its only 1 CD, so I thought I have nothing to lose either =)
The CD is exactly what it re-phrases to the title of my review. I love house music and this is by far the most freshess tribal, funky, jazzy house! It starts off very jazzy with smooth beats, then it progresses to a bit more darkier & sexier side. Stacy does a good job of transiting between the songs, its not that easy going all of a sudden from dark to more triablar-funkier side of house. Overall a wicked CD, what else can i say!
The tracklist is well put together, mixing is top-noth, on the spot =) I recommend this CD to long-term house listeners, this is a really fressh & sexy mix!
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HASH(0x949c2288) out of 5 stars Smooth blend of tribal house 1 Mar. 2005
By Aron F. - Published on Amazon.com
When I first saw Stacey Pullen, he rocked the house with his signature Detroit Techno and I loved it. This CD however, is not one of his live sets. This CD is one of my favorites now, and it sits right next to the groovy tribal house of Steve Lawler's Lights Out CDs. He keeps the music flowing and gradually building until (my favorite)track 10 where it climaxes and makes my day. Awesome track selection and great mixing. *****
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