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Does anyone know the origin/source of the female voice sample used in mumbly off CAT023?

"You know, I don't even know why you bother talking."

when i first heard it I heard:

"You know, I don't even know why you bother fucking me."

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What a day.

 

Does anyone know the origin/source of the female voice sample used in mumbly off CAT023?

"You know, I don't even know why you bother talking."

when i first heard it I heard:

"You know, I don't even know why you bother fucking me."

Same here lol

 

Actually, the voice sounds like the same actress from the "Come on you slags" sample.

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*scrolls through to the bottom without reading post replies and types...*

 

i don't wanna know what the source of this sample is. it's fun and mysterious not knowing! not going to read this, even though im very curious too.

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What a day.

 

Does anyone know the origin/source of the female voice sample used in mumbly off CAT023?

"You know, I don't even know why you bother talking."

I love that you started your post with "what a day"

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Not hearing "flicklife" in that show .. :fear:

 

weird, maybe i got the track name wrong?! its around the 33mins mark

has some other cool cartoon vocal samples after it

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