FabricLive.26

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FabricLive.26
Compilation album by The Herbaliser
Released February 6, 2006
Genre Hip hop, funk
Length 70:24
Label Fabric
Producer The Herbaliser
The Herbaliser chronology
Take London
(2005)
Fabric Live 26
(2006)
Same As It Never Was
(2008)
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.25
(2005)
FabricLive.26
(2006)
FabricLive.27
(2006)

FabricLive.26 is a DJ mix album, mixed by The Herbaliser, recorded as part of the FabricLive albums and released on the Fabric label in February 2006.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Million Dan - "Dogz n Sledgez"
  2. J-Sands (of The Lone Catalysts) - "Southern Lady"
  3. 2 tracks mixed
  4. Blufoot - "Alphabet Man" (feat. Yungun)
  5. Hurby's Machine - "I Got an Attitude" (feat. Antoinette)
  6. Harry Love - "Surprize" (feat. Verb. T, Yungun & Mystro)
  7. 2 tracks mixed
  8. James Brown - "Talkin' Loud and Sayin' Nothing"
  9. Lefties Soul Connection - "Welly Wanging"
  10. J Rocc - "Play this (One)"
  11. Eric B. & Rakim - "Paid in Full (Seven Minutes of Madness)" (Coldcut Remix)
  12. Demon Boyz - "Glimity Glamity"
  13. Cappo - "I.D.S.T."
  14. The Nextmen - "Spin it Round" (feat. Dynamite MC)
  15. The Jackson 5 - It's Great to be Here
  16. Breakestra - "Family Rap" (feat. Chali 2na, Soup, Double K, Wolf & Munyungo Jackson)
  17. Apathy - "It Takes a Seven Nation Army to Hold Us Back" (feat. Emilio Lopez)
  18. The Herbaliser - "Gadget Funk"
  19. Flying Fish - "Mr Matatwe" (Keep It Up)
  20. Hero No.7 - "Keeping it Real?"
  21. The Roots - "Boom!"
  22. Dynamix 2 - "Just Give the DJ a Break" (12 Club Version)
  23. Diplo - "Newsflash" (feat. Sandra Melody)
  24. Bugz in the Attic - "Booty La La"

Miscellanea[edit]

The Apathy track "It Takes a Seven Nation Army to Hold Us Back" is based around a sample of the The White Stripes track, Seven Nation Army, and takes its title from that track combined with the Public Enemy album It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.

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