CD Fabriclive. 34 [Blister] (CD 1130788),
back to browsing

Fabriclive. 34 [Blister]

  • 1. Intro
    2. Jelly/What I'm After - (Inst./Acapella mix)
    3. She Says/The Message - (Acapella mix)
    4. Move Your Body
    5. Minimal
    6. Weekend Breaks, The
    7. Bass Phenomenon - (VIP Mix)
    8. Thru the Door - (Krafty Kuts Mix)
    9. At Night - (Beat Vandals Remix)
    10. Beer Chucker
    11. Disto Funk
    12. Just Enough
    13. Freakshow Ft. Ashley Slater - (VIP Mix)
    14. Listen to the Baddest
    15. Roger Milla
    16. Takin' Over
    17. Is She Really Going Out With Him?/One in the Front - (Acapella mix)
    18. Twisted - (Tom Real And Rogue Element Mix)
    19. Have a Good Time
    20. In Love With You - (Inst./Acapella mix)
    21. Funky Jam
    22. Bonus Track 1
    23. Bonus Track 2
    24. Bonus Track 3
    25. Bonus Track 4
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): FBC-000068

  • Credits

    Breakbeat maestro Krafty Kuts owes his success to two complementary impulses: a preference for watching people dance over watching people stroke their chins in hip comprehension of his cleverness, and a willingness to draw his funky grooves from just about any source. On his contribution to the Fabriclive series, his seemingly bottomless record case yields material ranging from such perversely unexpected fare as Joe Jackson's "Is She Really Going out with Him?" (which is used as a hilarious vehicle for Deekline and Ed Solo's "One in the Front") to selections so classic and obvious that it maybe takes a genius not to dismiss their inclusion out of hand (Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five's "The Message"). In between those extremes are cuts from the obligatory secret-handshake names (Lady Waks, Splitloop, Friendly) and such well-regarded colleagues as DJ Icey and the Plump DJs. And yes, he scratches -- but he knows that showing off your turntablist skills is of minimal interest to all but his colleagues, so he limits himself to the occasional startlingly skillful flourish and effectively leaves you wanting more rather than less. Add a few flashes of humor, a dose of Latin groove, and a minimum of long-winded instrumental blandness and you've got something perilously close to a perfect dance album. ~ Rick Anderson

0 Stars 0 average rating
In Stock -- Item Ships for FREE
Our price $12.40
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


  • buy now for


  • buy now for


  • buy now for