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Samples / Re: BGAT samples..
« Last post by deedevil on June 13, 2002, 05:35:04 PM »
 ???

does it also have a sample of Chemical Brothers track "music response" on the last 30 seconds of the songs?

(i think Liam used to play this song on his djs sets or was it another track from Chemical Brothers album "surreder"?)

cya
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Samples / Re: BGAT samples..
« Last post by evans on May 25, 2002, 11:22:09 PM »
It also contains the laugh off www.theprodigy.com
its just a little distorted
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Samples / Re: BGAT samples..
« Last post by fj on May 23, 2002, 06:11:09 AM »
Anyone else notice a sample from funkyshit?
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Samples / Re: BGAT samples..
« Last post by Ekko on May 17, 2002, 09:20:38 PM »
Wow, you are a close listener!
It really seems like that Firestarter-sample where Liam used this tape-overscrewing effect which gives this blblblblbl-like sound. This man is on a recycling trip, ha?
The other one seems to be fitting too.

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My favorite part is when this kool firestarter riff comes in - gated mode efect?

Nope. Chopper. ;-)
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Samples / Re: BGAT samples..
« Last post by LiamB on May 17, 2002, 06:14:48 PM »
Yeah, very interesting is part at 2:21 besides this march intro snears there's 'sirens' from the end of 'Funky Shit'. Ekko, U mentioned 'nice squeeky distorted vox' - I think these are the samples from 'Firestarter' - whole sample is used at 0:15 (listen carefully) - very wicked sound anyway! My favorite part is when this kool firestarter riff comes in - gated mode efect? (I think thats the right word - I'm not a DJ:P). The song is wicked, but - yeah, the drumm loop - I'm little disappointed... Keith vocal? - just listen BGAT @ 2:00 - madness!
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Samples / Re: BGAT samples..
« Last post by Ekko on May 12, 2002, 08:02:18 PM »
You mean this mindfields-like synth-sound fading in the background from the left to the right?
The drumroll from Breathe was used here as well.
Then there's this typical sixteenth parts synth (pretty much like that in Firestarter), his Sp1200 Drummachine spitting out the bassdrum again, then portions of the army march-intro from the live-show that someone already mentioned in the BGAT-threads.
The Boss SE70 does some distortion again and it really might be Keith plaing the guitar, because it's a) a very easy guitar-line and b) not comparable with any other style of any dude having played on previous albums. Just a presumption though.
More echo and reverberation fx than in most Prodge-records.
The bass does that (not so cool) chemical brothers-like sixteenth part 'on the measure'-repeating (Compare music:response) and my favourite part still kicks off at 2:56, where the "rohypnol" cut's it's way through and turns itself into the right direction.
At 3:49 those very nice squeeky distorted vox are brilliant again and we get proper chord changes! At least! it seems I'm really going to like the instrumental a LOT more than the original (which I liked very much already).
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Samples / BGAT samples..
« Last post by juGe on May 12, 2002, 03:05:37 PM »
As you all have now been able to listen the track you can also spot loads of different samples like that firestarter riff. But have you noticed the same sample/effect that has been used in Mindfields..it's not that easy spot from mp3, but when I heard that song from radio I clearly spotted it.
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Samples / Re: that rap track?
« Last post by LiamB on June 18, 2002, 10:06:01 PM »
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Wasn't it Critical Beatdown?



It is Critical Beatdown, sorry:P
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Samples / Re: that rap track?
« Last post by Ekko on June 18, 2002, 08:33:20 PM »

Wasn't it Critical Beatdown?
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Samples / Re: that rap track?
« Last post by LiamB on June 18, 2002, 09:47:47 AM »
Ultramagnetic MC's - Give The Drummer Some (from album "Critical Breakdown")
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