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I think it's high time we had a thread like this.

 

First off, This site has a whole lot of things, mostly from spoken word samples. I'm not going to list them all but you might want to read through it.

 

Next, the relatively few I have spotted that aren't just common breaks, to my knowledge:

 

The opening bassline of Funky Acid Stuff - Honky Tonk Popcorn by Bill Doggett

The "get down and wreck shit" line from Reedin' - The Session by The Roots

The "we interrupt this program of dance music" from My Style - War Of the Worlds by Orson Welles

The "step up front" from Registarse - Bumpin' Bus Stop, don't know who it's by but I've heard that sample elsewhere

The "please mr groove" and "can you feel it" from Sparky is a Retard - Mr. Groove and Can You Feel It. Thank you google.

The vocals in A Fine Line are from The King's Singers doing two covers.

I think the beginning of Memory Towel is from Buffalo Girls.

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BIG ups to Blackcurrant, who messaged me about this one today. No spoilers - listen through and you'll hear it about three minutes in.  

"Is this machine recording?" from Same Ol', Same Ol' Recording at 0:57:     The flute at the beginning of Special Designer Song:   (Sorry about the triple

Treats in the Street    

Oh and the strings and horns in Shadows are from 007 and Counting from the Moonraker soundtrack, and the vocals from a song called Spare Some Love. I forget the band name. Damn you not being able to edit.

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Oh and the strings and horns in Shadows are from 007 and Counting from the Moonraker soundtrack, and the vocals from a song called Spare Some Love. I forget the band name. Damn you not being able to edit.

 

The vocal from Shadows is from the group "Rennaisance"

 

The vocals in A Fine Line are from The King's Singers doing two covers.

 

THANK YOU! I spent a ridiculous amount of time listening to that track trying to figure it out. There's not a lot out there with the lyrics.

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"I heard the whistling part in "cheeba,cheeba" the other night in a song by Bobby Sherman"

 

i'd like to know what this one is

Same here. Great track.

 

Jungle bunny contains a sample of Steve Martin saying jungle bunny from the Jerk.

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Luke Vibert - Mechanical Man

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bd6DGPM2Rc

 

samples THIS:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t68G27vQJZM

 

 

 

AAANND

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaUuOhe77x4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=153d9tc3Oao

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THANK YOU! I spent a ridiculous amount of time listening to that track trying to figure it out. There's not a lot out there with the lyrics.

 

Luke cut it up damn fine to make searching the lyrics hard. To actually articulate the two songs...

 

My Romance - here

Down with Love - Your own post here

 

And as you can see in here they did both of those songs.

 

Another one - The second drum loop that comes in over the Apache Break in Sorry I Make You Lush is Orange Krush - Action.

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That voice at the end of London-Amen VS Spac is definitely the guy who narrates little Britain

 

lol thats Tom Baker when he was Dr Who

that Spac single and the album are full of samples from this album http://www.discogs.com/No-Artist-Doctor-Who-And-The-Pescatons/release/1692185

 

this uses that album and other Dr Who from the 70s its great stuff.

http://www.discogs.com/Davros-Fanny-Davros-Vs-Fanny/release/1029058

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Anyone know where the beginning of Funky Acid Stuff is from? I've always thought the voice sounded a bit like Derren Brown (don't think it's him though).

 

I always thought it was just Luke processing his voice weirdly.

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That voice at the end of London-Amen VS Spac is definitely the guy who narrates little Britain

 

lol thats Tom Baker when he was Dr Who

that Spac single and the album are full of samples from this album http://www.discogs.com/No-Artist-Doctor-Who-And-The-Pescatons/release/1692185

 

this uses that album and other Dr Who from the 70s its great stuff.

http://www.discogs.com/Davros-Fanny-Davros-Vs-Fanny/release/1029058

 

Haha showing my age. Dr Who was before my time dude.

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More:

 

HELLO I'M COMPUTALKER MICROCOMPUTER

 

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and the whosampled.com listings have just been updated with a few

 

http://www.whosampled.com/artist/Luke%20Vibert/

 

http://www.whosampled.com/artist/Wagon%20Christ/

 

Luke also sampled the "Hello" from the phrase "Hello Commander, computer reporting " from the Intellivoice game Space Spartans on Intellivision.

 

On his track Evil Rave

 

about :22 seconds into this video.

[youtubehd]MfOE4JnpWg8[/youtubehd]

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