Group Members: Thomas Bangalter, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo
So Daft Punk's Beyond SAMPLED Michael McDonald !!! :D i Keep Forgetting
Wow, did you see that Daft Punk is about to release a new album, possibly collaborating with Nile Rodgers? http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2012/mar/19/daft-punk-muppets-collaboration
@ikekokiri or 2:30 of bounce skate and roll maybe
i have just discovered sumthing , the street noise at the beggining of Da Funk was not sampled from a song, i have Mixcraft , and in the sound library there is a sound called NYC Street 4 , and its the sample Daft Punk Used :)
@ikekokiri i already submited that , it got rejected but feel free to check out this vid my friend made about that sample : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKbUzxxOgY0&feature=channel_video_title
Chic - Good Times <> Around the world ?
Wow 159 likes on Facebook! Are they all just you Alex? ;)
The Jerry Goldsmith Sample Does Exist In The Song , its the Bass , ill post the link when i find it
A making-of would be awesome... :)
The synth riff is Verdis Quo is indeed somewhat similar to Cerrone's Supernature, but it's a stretch to call it an interpolation - it's not close enough and quite generic. We've had this submitted in the past and rejected it.As for the alleged sample of Jerry Goldsmith's The Rec Room, I don't get it at all - I've listened to the whole of it and really can't see the connection. Anyone who can shed light on that would be very welcome.
@FunkyJE: Thanks for sharing, I had a listen to both tracks.Jerry Goldsmith - The Rec Roomhttp://youtu.be/9JiSQ30357o (just a short clip of it)Didn't spot it in this clip, or the full version in mp3 I downloadedCerrone - Supernaturehttp://youtu.be/V112pTo--Js0:23 does sound similar... not sure about that one.
I found a CD called Discovered: A Collection of Daft Punk Samples. It said that Verdis Quo sampled Supernature by Cerrone and that Around the World sampled The Rec Room by Jerry Goldsmith. They haven't been submitted here, so does anybody know about these samples? are they ''real''
@ acebeatgroup i Submitted It , Im Just Waiting For It To Be Approved :)
the sample for the song has been possibly found Fresh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aP9LzFK2Lc&feature=subI mean this is just speculation but...it might be it
Then is a cover, it's on Soulwax album "nite versions", I think is a cover even if lyrics and sounds are a little bit differents... I'll add it as soon as possible!
If it's released under Daft Punk's name with the tag (Soulwax version/edit/whatever) it's a remix... if it's released as Soulwax - Teachers... it's a cover... I think Soulwax are more the remixing kind (don't know for sure about this track though)
What do you think about Soulwax version of "Teachers"? Is a cover or is a sample?
Thanks, stationary1234. I searched the front of the CD and they indeed didn't list DJ Sneak as a featuring artist. Same case with One More Time where Romanthony isn't a featured artist (he sung it).
DJ Sneak is a writer on the song, but I don't really think writers should be credited as featured artists. (in case you're wondering, Daft Punk themselves are the ones singing on "Digital Love".)
DJ Sneak isn't a featured artist on Digital Love, but shouldn't he be? (http://www.discogs.com/Various-NOW-Dance/release/190901)
Re. "Veridis Quo" - the sample from Cerrone's Supernature is just the annoying repetitive sound at the beginning of the tune that commences in Veridis Quo at 1:49... I'll submit it later.
Eddie Johns wasn't credited for One More Time
That's Why I Put It On Whosampled Because i wanted to show that daft punk might listen to AC/DC for stuff that they want to do for their songs.
@stationary1234: The sample for Veridis Quo is for indeed Supernature by Cerrone .
Yes, it did sample something...
@m.aimran91: There are videos online that show it. Search youtube for "Remaking Daft Punk's One More Time."
@m.aimran91: I think you'll find they did sample something for 'One More Time'......
One More Time did not sample anything!
"Veridis Quo" is said to sample the full version of Cerrone's "Supernature". If you have any idea what is sampled please comment.
Chris, we think you (and other users who flagged this sample) are right - it's not a direct sample and too generic to be considered as an interpolation. We've therefore removed it, but whoever wants to have a look at it, check out the similarity between the bell sounds at the beginning of "Aerodynamic" and the beginning of "Hell's Bells" by AC/DC.
Aerodynamic (2001) WAS NOT A SAMPLE OF HELLS BELLS.
They're the best!
Daft Punk... some of their sampling is very cheeky and almost annoying (e.g. Robot Rock), some of their sample sources are downright cheesy (Barry Manilow!), but their genius always shines. And in a well-justified twist of fate, they've now become one of the most sampled acts in hip-hop over the last couple of years. Respect!
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