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The Soledad Brothers Break 'Em On Down
03 :14
03
Don Carlos Late Night Blues
03 :40
04
MC DET Hipsteppin'
03 :41
05
The Velvelettes Needle in a Haystack
02 :25
06
Bad Livers Lust for Life
01 :52
07
Trouble Funk Let's Get Small
04 :04
08 02 :09
09
The Fall Mr. Pharmacist
02 :16
10
Smith & Selway 15.5 Remake
06 :36
11
Jimmy Reed Too Much
02 :18
12 03 :26
13
Derrick Morgan Moon Hop
03 :04
14
The Datsuns In Love
02 :52
15
The Kingwoods Purty Vacant
02 :38
16
Sinthetix Liar
03 :28
17 04 :32
18 01 :33
19 03 :17
20
Elementz Of Noise Clock
04 :12
21
The Cheviot Ranters Corn Rigs Tunes
00 :39
22
Marc Smith vs. Safe 'n' Sound Identify the Beat
06 :27
23
The Kop Choir You'll Never Walk Alone
01 :28
24
The Undertones Teenage Kicks
02 :25
ARTIST
TITLE
FabricLive.07
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
FABRIC 014CD FABRIC 014CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
2/11/2014

2002 release. For 37 years, John Peel effectively ran a pirate radio station from inside BBC Radio 1. His broadcasting technique consistently broke convention: he was the first DJ to give out titles, distribution details, and label information; he played tracks in their entirety, without talking over them. John Peel was undoubtedly Britain's most risk-taking DJ. After his spectacular soundclash at the 2000 Sónar Festival, he was invited to host a "Peel Session" room at FabricLive. This is his only mix CD and it captures his all-out approach to club DJing. Artists include: Asa-Chang & Junray, The Soledad Brothers, Don Carlos, MC DET, The Velvelettes, Bad Livers, Trouble Funk, The Capris, The Fall, Smith And Selway, Jimmy Reed, Maloko, Derrick Morgan, The Datsuns, The Kingswoods, Sinthetix, Culture, Act 1, Joy Division, Elementz Of Noise, The Cheviot Ranters, Marc Smith vs. Safe 'n' Sound, The Kop Choir, and The Undertones.