CD Fabriclive.28 (CD 1089894),
back to browsing

Fabriclive.28


  • 1. Where Is It? - (Evil Nine Remix)
    2. Clik
    3. Ready to Uff
    4. Round and Round - (Switch Remix)
    5. Anger Man - (Riton Re-Rub mix)
    6. Boy Who Ran Away, The - (mix)
    7. Kickschool 79
    8. Erotic Discourse
    9. Volta 82
    10. Dogs, The
    11. John's Addiction
    12. Technologic - (Digitalism's Highway to Paris Remix)
    13. Fallen, The (Ruined by Justice)
    14. All I Wanna Do Is Break Some Hearts - (Boys Noize Remix 2)
    15. What's Your Damage - (Digitalism Remix)
    16. Nowhere Girl - (Freeland Remix)
    17. London Calling
    Read More...
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 56

  • Credits
    ProducerStephan Bodzin; James Shaw; James Ford; Alex Ridha; Paul Woolford; Rich Costey; Thomas Schumacher; Will Saul; Henry Smithson
    EngineerTam Cooper; Dylan Burns; Tim Motzer; Bill Price

    Personnel: Joe Strummer (vocals, guitar, piano); Topper Headon (vocals, drums); Dylan Burns, Paul Simonon, Ursula Rucker (vocals); Karl Brazil (drums).
    Audio Mixers: James Shaw ; James Ford ; Dylan Burns.
    Audio Remixer: Henry Smithson.
    Keeping things sonically diverse was the hallmark of the Fabriclive series in 2006, and the London superclub-meets-record-label wasted no time in commissioning Evil Nine to keep the trend consistent with this edition in the series. He gets right down to business with the Will Saul/Ursula Rucker collaboration "Where Is It?," and then does a stylistic right turn with contributions from Simian Mobile Disco and the Mr. Oizo-produced "Ready to Uff." The only thing that stays the same from one song to the next is the sure bet that nothing will stay the same. The mix goes through many of the peaks and ebbs one would expect, and never really has a moment of filler to speak ill of. Things get kicked into overdrive with the Digitalism remix of Daft Punk, followed by a Justice rework of Franz Ferdinand, before landing most appropriately with the grand finale of the Clash's "London Calling." Definitely not the best of the series, but far from the worst. ~ Rob Theakston

0 Stars 0 average rating
In Stock -- Item Ships for FREE
Our price $17.97
Add to wishlist

What viewers like you said...

Have you listened to this album? Be the first to write a review

Also suggested for you...

  • buy now for

    $19.99

    CD
  • buy now for

    $7.45

    CD
  • buy now for

    $12.97

    CD
  • buy now for

    $17.74

    CD