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Listen all u freaks 5.1 party at lopez's place this friday. I'll bring the bud light lime.

In my ongoing mbm sample discovery journey I learned this morning that “alright no fooling around, this is for real....dig the music kids” is from Dracula AD 1972. 🤓

Confession time: I have never given RUOK a proper spin. Time to rectify that.

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My favorite track on In Dub is Happiness Supreme Dub which was basically just a sample skit on RUOK.

Vintage Jack sample work on this one. And great scratches.
 


Edit: just realized Sweepstakes posted above

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22 hours ago, Extralife said:

Honestly though - Satyricon and Actual Sounds are also near perfect albums.

Satyricon is where it's at for me. I love Storm the Studio, Armed Audio Warfare, and 99% but Satyricon is the one whose samples have stuck in my mind since long ago. Subliminal Sandwich would be next, quite enjoyed that one as a teenager too. I remember my CD case being all scratched up from scraping a razor blade over it many nights in the car. Actual Sounds + Voices, RUOK?, and Autoimmune are solid but I spent less time with them, having diversified my interests at those points in life. The rest just don't do much for me...perhaps in part due to lack of replay.

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1 hour ago, sidewinder said:

Satyricon is where it's at for me. I love Storm the Studio, Armed Audio Warfare, and 99% but Satyricon is the one whose samples have stuck in my mind since long ago. Subliminal Sandwich would be next, quite enjoyed that one as a teenager too. I remember my CD case being all scratched up from scraping a razor blade over it many nights in the car. Actual Sounds + Voices, RUOK?, and Autoimmune are solid but I spent less time with them, having diversified my interests at those points in life. The rest just don't do much for me...perhaps in part due to lack of replay.

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In my ongoing mbm sample discovery journey I learned this morning that “alright no fooling around, this is for real....dig the music kids” is from Dracula AD 1972. 🤓

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Actual Sounds really needs a reassessment 22 years later. An epic up there with their best.
 

I think the Matrix inclusion caused people to not really dig deeper into this album, because “set me free” sample turned them off. Their loss.

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