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Direct Sample of Drums

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Bomfunk MC's's Freestyler
In Stereo
Epic 1999
Lyn Collins's Think (About It)
Think (About It)
People 1972
Sample appears at 0:31, 0:53, 1:08 (and throughout)
Sample appears at 1:37

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Contributed by pano (1893 submissions)



Discussion
  • JackNigga
    JackNigga said 1 year ago:

    Hmm. you might be right. ... I agree.
    PS. I remember that in the very beginning of the song "Freestyler" when the guitar plays, the background sounds were also claimed to be sampled, I just can't remember what was it.
    Anyways, thanks for the info.!

  • pano
    pano said 1 year ago:

    @JackNigga:

    Believe me, I *know* the "Amen, Break". This is definitely not the Amen, Break, as it has a *totally* different sound to it.
    I can assure you this is the Think break: It simply doesn't sample the whole bar. They just sampled that 1 beat long snare + percussion (I think it's a tambourine) sound.

  • JackNigga
    JackNigga said 1 year ago:

    in the "sampled" track there are some other percussion instruments, while in "Freestyler" there are only drums. To me, it's a typical "Amen Break", drum sounds sampled from the Winstons, nothing else.
    Peace!