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Interpolation (Replayed Sample) of Multiple Elements

9 Votes
Radiohead's Creep
Pablo Honey
Parlophone 1992
Albert Hammond's The Air That I Breathe
It Never Rains in Southern California
Epic 1972
Sample appears at 0:00 and 2:26 (and throughout)
Sample appears at 0:03

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Producers: Albert Hammond, Don Altfeld

Tags: We Did It First! [Add]

Main genre: Rock / Pop

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Kenzington

Contributed by Kenzington (59 submissions)



Discussion
  • yeeellow
    yeeellow said 1 year ago:

    Just a slightly "sound-a-like".

  • Drpepperfan
    Drpepperfan said 1 year ago:

    Man I don't care that Hammond and Hazlewood won this case, this sample is so bogus. Not saying it should be taken off the site, cause the fact that radiohead lost makes it important, but it's still total bulls***.

  • jOsSse
    jOsSse said 2 years ago:

    how can they won the case if they are just chords!

  • Kenzington
    Kenzington said 2 years ago:

    Yeah, that's how I had originally listed it...not sure why it was changed. Also, kidwho's comment was part of my appeal to the mods to have this approved.

  • spy in the cab
    spy in the cab said 2 years ago:

    I think the correct timing (even though the chords are the same in all the tune) is 2:26 on the
    Radiohead song. You can then clearly recognize the melody + the chords.

  • walter
    walter said 3 years ago:

    Hammond and Hazlewood were never in the Hollies of course ;-) Goes to show how much this song became associated with them. The first cut by Albert Hammond was not the deepest obviously ...

  • kidwho
    kidwho said 3 years ago:

    Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood of the Hollies are credited as co-writers of "Creep" in the liner notes of 'Pablo Honey'. They took the case against Radiohead to court and won.