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ed rush & optical-fabriclive 82 cd (fabric)

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ed rush & optical: fabriclive 82

The team of Ed Rush & Optical unleashed upon the world an album, label, and audiological echo that would inspire thousands of producers and spawn an entire generation of artists. Their '98 debut album Wormhole changed drum and bass forever and is widely regarded as the best album of the genre. While both DJs have won widespread acclaim individually, it is commonly said that their best work is done together -- and never more so than when delivering their signature Virus sound direct to the dancefloor. Implicit with drum and bass at Fabric since year zero, Ed Rush & Optical at last step up to the FabricLive plate with a typically frenetic session. The mammoth 39-track mix is peppered with exclusives (Ed Rush & Optical's "The Host" and "The Turnover," Ed Rush's "Scarab VIP"), previously unreleased tracks (Signs's "Clockout" and "Acid Test," Optical & BTK's "Inside Out," De:tune's "Purge"), and brief journeys back in time (Ed Rush & Optical's "Watermelon" (1999), Konflict's "Messiah (Noisia Remix)" (2005), Ed Rush & Optical's "Chubrub" (2009), Audio's "Collision" (2010)), completing a relentless exhibition of drum and bass supremacy. Also includes tracks by Phace; State of Mind; Optiv & BTK; Noisia; Current Value; Black Sun Empire & State of Mind (including a track featuring PNC); June Miller & Mefjus; Dimension; Maztek & Grotesque remixed by Maztek; State of Mind, Mindscape & Jade; Mefjus; Neonlight & Wintermute; Noisia, Hybris & Mefjus; Hypoxia; Spor remixed by Calyx & TeeBee; DC Breaks; Misanthrop; Hybrid Minds feat. Tempza & Laurence Baker and remixed by Neonlight; The Qemists remixed by Spor; Mefjus & Misanthrop; and BTK, Maztek & Optiv. Packaged in bespoke slipcase containing die-embossed tin.

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