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Producer: Liam Howlett
Tags: Big Beat, Whosampled #1, Single [Add]
Main genre: Electronic / Dance
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Producers: Ced Gee, Ultramagnetic MC's
Main genre: Hip-Hop / R&B
Contributed by viakado (2 submissions)
Oh sh.. you're right. Pardon me...For this particular case I don't really know wheather it really is an original sample. The snares sound a little more snappy, so I think Liam created the break in the background by himself. He used samples from the Ultramagnetic MCs in many tracks. In "Hyperspeed" for example he used the sample above and pitched it up 33.3 to 45. So I would at least mention this as a Replay.
I think you are talking about Give the Drummer Some, this is Critical Beatdown.
The brass sounds in the background of the Words "Smach my b**** up" have been heavyly filtered. The pitchshifter does the rest.I recommend you to watch this great little video which should invalidate all your doubts ;)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eU5Dn-WaElI
I think this is not convincing enough to list it on this site. Maybe one with ears trained to listen to rhythms and percussion can validate (or invalidate) that this is a sample.
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