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23rd Sep '16 11:29:09 PM igordebraga
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** "Like Toy Soldiers" by Music/{{Eminem}} is based on "Toy Soldiers" by Music/{{Martika}}, just hip-hopped enough to make a good theme song for Wrestling/JohnCena.
2nd Sep '16 11:53:46 AM BiffJr
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** "Cola Bottle Baby" was even meta-sampled: originally by Edwin Birdsong, which was used by Daft Punk in "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger", which was used by Music/KanyeWest in "Stronger" (to be fair the original was horribly out-of-tune).

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** "Cola Bottle Baby" was even meta-sampled: originally by Edwin Birdsong, which was used by Daft Punk in "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger", which was used by Music/KanyeWest in "Stronger" (to [[note]] to be fair the original was horribly out-of-tune).out-of-tune and Daft Punk were sampling themselves on Stronger. [[/note]]
2nd Sep '16 11:50:33 AM BiffJr
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* One ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' episode showed them watching the video of "Super Freak" by Music/RickJames. Upon hearing the main riff, one comments, "Hey, it's [[Music/MCHammer Hammer time]]!". [[note]] James seems to have retaken his position in most people's memories as of late, thanks to the "I'm Rick James, bitch!" meme. God bless you, Creator/DaveChappelle. [[/note]

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* One ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' episode showed them watching the video of "Super Freak" by Music/RickJames. Upon hearing the main riff, one comments, "Hey, it's [[Music/MCHammer Hammer time]]!". [[note]] James seems to have retaken his position in most people's memories as of late, thanks to the "I'm Rick James, bitch!" meme. God bless you, Creator/DaveChappelle. [[/note][[/note]]
2nd Sep '16 11:49:56 AM BiffJr
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* One ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' episode showed them watching the video of "Super Freak" by Music/RickJames. Upon hearing the main riff, one comments, "Hey, it's [[Music/MCHammer Hammer time]]!".
** James seems to have retaken his position in most people's memories as of late, thanks to the "I'm Rick James, bitch!" meme. God bless you, Creator/DaveChappelle.

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* One ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' episode showed them watching the video of "Super Freak" by Music/RickJames. Upon hearing the main riff, one comments, "Hey, it's [[Music/MCHammer Hammer time]]!".
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time]]!". [[note]] James seems to have retaken his position in most people's memories as of late, thanks to the "I'm Rick James, bitch!" meme. God bless you, Creator/DaveChappelle. [[/note]
31st Aug '16 6:00:31 AM erforce
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** And then there's Mickey and Sylvia's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpEA5QGYJFQ "Love is Strange"]], sampled for "Back in Time" - to the point it plays during the film to which the song was written, ''Film/MenInBlack 3'' (and some pointed out how using a 1956 song for a film set in 1969 is kind of weird).

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** And then there's Mickey and Sylvia's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpEA5QGYJFQ "Love is Strange"]], sampled for "Back in Time" - to the point it plays during the film to which the song was written, ''Film/MenInBlack 3'' ''Film/MenInBlack3'' (and some pointed out how using a 1956 song for a film set in 1969 is kind of weird).
10th Jul '16 6:05:55 PM Pichu-kun
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* An extremely rare video game example: "Work That Sucker To Death" by Xavier was used in the Japanese ''VideoGame/SonicCD'' boss theme. [[NoExportForYou There's a reason few American gamers are aware of that.]]

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* An extremely rare video game example: "Work That Sucker To Death" by Xavier was used in the Japanese ''VideoGame/SonicCD'' ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehogCD'' boss theme. [[NoExportForYou There's a reason few American gamers are aware of that.]]
10th Jul '16 5:55:29 PM Pichu-kun
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* An extremely rare video game example: "Work That Sucker To Death" by Xavier was used in the Japanese ''[[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Sonic CD]]'' boss theme. [[NoExportForYou There's a reason few American gamers are aware of that.]]

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* An extremely rare video game example: "Work That Sucker To Death" by Xavier was used in the Japanese ''[[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Sonic CD]]'' ''VideoGame/SonicCD'' boss theme. [[NoExportForYou There's a reason few American gamers are aware of that.]]



* It's pretty openly acknowledged that Music/AlessiaCara's "Here" is built out of "Glory Box" by Music/{{Portishead}}... but somewhat less so that the string section she samples was itself sampled from "Ike's Rap II" by Music/IsaacHayes.

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* It's pretty openly acknowledged that Music/AlessiaCara's "Here" is built out of "Glory Box" by Music/{{Portishead}}... but somewhat less so that the string section she samples was itself sampled from "Ike's Rap II" by Music/IsaacHayes.Music/IsaacHayes.
* The chorus from "Sugar" by Robin Schulz is borrowed from Bash Bash's song "Suga Suga".
10th Jul '16 4:16:12 AM Kinitawowi
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* The timestretched "Brockwild!"([[{{Mondegreen}} not "Jump Wide!"]]) and "Special request" vocals in Double 99's late '90s speed garage anthem [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7PqbkBUwGw "RIP Groove"]] were sampled from reggae-rap artist Top Cat's 1994 song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2st_6bcyp8 "Request the Style"]]. More obscurely, the background female vocal loop is a snippet from Tina Moore's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdCCWUAWOfc "Never Gonna Let You Go"]](1995).

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* The timestretched "Brockwild!"([[{{Mondegreen}} not "Jump Wide!"]]) and "Special request" vocals in Double 99's late '90s speed garage anthem [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7PqbkBUwGw "RIP Groove"]] were sampled from reggae-rap artist Top Cat's 1994 song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2st_6bcyp8 "Request the Style"]]. More obscurely, the background female vocal loop is a snippet from Tina Moore's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdCCWUAWOfc "Never Gonna Let You Go"]](1995).Go"]](1995).
* It's pretty openly acknowledged that Music/AlessiaCara's "Here" is built out of "Glory Box" by Music/{{Portishead}}... but somewhat less so that the string section she samples was itself sampled from "Ike's Rap II" by Music/IsaacHayes.
27th Jun '16 3:55:18 PM twilicorn
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** "[[https://youtu.be/cU8HrO7XuiE リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー]]"[[note]]''Risafuranku 420/ gendai no konpyū'', roughly translating to "Computing of Lisa Frank 420 / contemporary"[[/note]] by Macintosh Plus is one of the most well-known and [[MemeticMutation parodied]] songs in the genre. But how many of you have heard Diana Ross' [[https://youtu.be/nsZ55muE4O0 "It's Your Move"?]]

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** "[[https://youtu.be/cU8HrO7XuiE リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー]]"[[note]]''Risafuranku 420/ gendai no konpyū'', roughly translating 現代のコンピュー]]"[[note]]Roughly translates to "Computing of Lisa Frank 420 / contemporary"[[/note]] contemporary" but is more commonly known under the name "420 Floral Shoppe"[[/note]] by Macintosh Plus is one of the most well-known and [[MemeticMutation parodied]] songs in the genre. But how many of you have heard Diana Ross' [[https://youtu.be/nsZ55muE4O0 "It's Your Move"?]]
20th Jun '16 8:17:44 PM wolftickets1969
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* The timestretched "Brockwild!"([[{{Mondegreen}} not "Jump Wide!"]]) and "Special request" vocals in Double 99's late '90s speed garage anthem [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7PqbkBUwGw "RIP Groove"]] were sampled from reggae-rap artist Top Cat's 1994 song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2st_6bcyp8 "Request the Style"]]. More obscurely, the background female vocal loop is a snippet from Tina Moore's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdCCWUAWOfc "Never Gonna Let You Go"]](1995). The two were technically meta-sampled through the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CFESsXwntk Kelly G. remix]] of the latter.

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* The timestretched "Brockwild!"([[{{Mondegreen}} not "Jump Wide!"]]) and "Special request" vocals in Double 99's late '90s speed garage anthem [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7PqbkBUwGw "RIP Groove"]] were sampled from reggae-rap artist Top Cat's 1994 song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2st_6bcyp8 "Request the Style"]]. More obscurely, the background female vocal loop is a snippet from Tina Moore's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdCCWUAWOfc "Never Gonna Let You Go"]](1995). The two were technically meta-sampled through the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CFESsXwntk Kelly G. remix]] of the latter.
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