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|1.||Kerri Chandler/Spank Rock - "Planet Sonic/Bump" (acappella)|
|2.||Peace Division - "Club Therapy" (Stanton Warriors remix)|
|3.||Booka Shade/Metric & Sick Rick - "Mandarine Girl/Bonus Beats"|
|4.||Wahoo - "Make Em Shake It" (Stanton Warriors remix)|
|5.||Stanton Warriors - "Bollywood Beatdown"|
|6.||Claude Vonstroke - "Who's Afraid Of Detroit?" (Stanton Warriors remix)|
|7.||Old Skool Junx - "Flamed Up"|
|8.||Stanton Warriors - "Pop Ya Virus"|
|9.||Deekline & Edd Solo/Stanton Warriors - "Touch It Beats/Shake It Up" (feat The Beatnuts - acappella)|
|10.||Chase & Status - "Tricky"|
|11.||Baobinga & ID/Stanton Warriors - "The Machine/Still Here" (feat Eska - acappella)|
|12.||Stanton Warriors - "Night Mover"|
|13.||Stanton Warriors - "Dip & Get Low" (feat Rodney P - Deekline & Wizard remix)|
|14.||Freeform Five/Bass Kleph - "No More Conversations/Bonus Beats" (Mylo remix)|
|15.||King Unique - "To The Left" (Stanton Warriors remix)|
|16.||Splack Pack - "Shake That Ass Bitch"|
Genre spammers and breaks pioneers, Stanton Warriors (aka Dominic B and Mark Yardley) met while working at the seminal garage label 51st Recordings. Natives of the Southwest UK and increasingly sick of contributing great work to other artists, they knocked heads, pooled resources and fashioned a pair of renegade tunes fusing the random playful hustle of nu-breaks with the sweeping good looks of early garage. It was to be the birth of breakbeat intelligence. They emerged the darlings of the remix set, serving fixings for acts like Basement Jaxx, Missy Elliot, Artful Dodger, Busta Rhymes, Fatboy Slim, Chicken Lips, Azzido Da Bass, Mylo, Freeform Five & Apollo 440. XL pricked their ears up in 2001, signing the duo for the release of their full-length debut mix "The Stanton Session" later that year. It wasn't long before their own brand of massive beats rolled clubs the world over harder than any sound heard before. "The Stanton Session" knocked off competition from Fatboy Slim & Deep Dish to win best album at the Dancestar Awards, and incredibly again at the Muzik Magazine Awards, where they beat the likes of Dave Clarke & Danny Tenaglia. "FABRICLIVE 30" delivers what the Stanton Warriors do best: some of the best seamless boompity boomp boomp booty-shaking grooves ever cut to plastic. Slide Spank Rock up against Booka Shade, throw old skool Junx next to Deekline & Edd Solo, shimmy Freeform Five alongside King Unique, and create a genre-bending club ready mix of exclusive up-front breaks mashing special re-edits against a hiphopcumMiamibootyelectropunk landscape. It's a line up of unusual suspects, yet still manages to echo pure Stanton Warriors, with the duo producing exclusive cuts, blends and re-imaginings, all with that special breakbeat work down.
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