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the luke vibert sample spotting thread

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KCQUeGJ4Go

 

~0:46 was used in 'Registrarse' from 'Rhythm' and in 'Sentimental Hardcore' from 'Toomorrow'

 

hah nice!

uses the birds at 7:45 as well..

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That's actually really awesome. What is that, some old Russian cartoon? How did you find that?

 

Yes and no. This is old Czech cartoon, that has heavy rotation on soviet TV at 70's and 80's

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okie. who can spot the samples in the premise by wagon christ off the musipal album. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSBdEPontd4

 

specifically the holy grail of vibert sample spotting 'im gonna fuck the whole world up'

 

go on i dare ya!

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okie. who can spot the samples in the premise by wagon christ off the musipal album. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSBdEPontd4

 

specifically the holy grail of vibert sample spotting 'im gonna fuck the whole world up'

 

go on i dare ya!

 

Tragically, I can only help you with three.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4sP-tIU58k - Ahahahaha, I'm so full of ideas

 

The "Find a passing spaceship" sample is the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy radio play, although i can't find the exact location of that sample right now within it.

 

and the "tomorrow together" sample comes from a national geographic Flexi-disc (unfortunately I can't link videos to skip them in, go to 5m18s into it and you'll find it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzvO4Pbvu88&t=5m18s

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and I'll leave it up to you guys to spot this one :)

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lol at thinking Black Eyed Peas have any original tracks.

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fergie urinate

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Guest Bonza

i don't mind Black Eyed Peas older stuff. I guess Luke Vibert is also not "original" if he sampled the same song.

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Guest Bonza

This is the Vibert tune that uses the Klaus Wunderlich sample I posted above

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i've heard several times in many vibert tracks... the "t, n, w, t, etc...

0:35

 

where's that from?

 

 

A note, it actually goes "P-A-R-T-Y-Let's-rock". Don't know where it's from.

 

On another note, hello Illogan interpolation.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch=aIikG0XziCc

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Also The Ace of Clubs' Assid is basically a cover of the Boulder Dash theme. When I first heard this I was wondering why the the hell it sounds so familiar..

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14CAO72_pJw

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The new plug song at 0:35.

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Around the four minute mark: Disco Airlines Flight 78.

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This is the Vibert tune that uses the Klaus Wunderlich sample I posted above http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAEwmn8ME3Q

Okay, I have a request, what is that sound at :20 - :25? it sounds very familiar, but I cannot place it.

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Does anyone know the alphabet song sample Luke used in the begining of "Fly Swat". It doesn't song like the tradition one and it interests me.

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This is the Vibert tune that uses the Klaus Wunderlich sample I posted above http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAEwmn8ME3Q

Okay, I have a request, what is that sound at :20 - :25? it sounds very familiar, but I cannot place it.

 

yeah it is familiar, I think it's from a mid 80's video game, not sure which one, though.

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