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18th Sep '17 11:21:33 AM igordebraga
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* An interesting variation with Music/NickiMinaj's "Anaconda" which heavily samples the production of "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-a-Lot, though also uses interpolations of that song ("Oh my god, Becky/Look at her butt" and "Don't want none unless you got buns, hun").

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* An interesting variation with Music/NickiMinaj's "Anaconda" which heavily samples the production of "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-a-Lot, though also uses interpolations of that song ("Oh my god, Becky/Look at her butt" and "Don't "My [[TitleDrop Anaconda]] don't want none unless you got buns, hun").



* Play "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" by Music/TheBeatles to someone who grew up in the '90s, and they'll probably start singing "Why Don't You Get a Job?" by Music/TheOffspring.

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* Play "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" by Music/TheBeatles to someone who grew up in the '90s, and they'll probably start singing "Why Don't You Get a Job?" by Music/TheOffspring.Music/TheOffspring.
* Many people only remembered Fastball had another hit other than "The Way" once "Out of My Head" got its chorus interpolated by Machine Gun Kelly's "Bad Things" (where Camila Cabello sings a slightly altered version).
* Music/{{Santana}}'s "Maria Maria" is a twofer: not only the iconic riff borrows the melody from "Music/WuTangClan Ain't Nuthing ta Fuck Wit", but it was sampled by DJ Khaled in his collaboration with Music/{{Rihanna}}, "Wild Thoughts".
3rd Sep '17 6:33:03 PM TwilightLord
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** Other Sonic games use sampling too. In ''VideoGame/SonicRush'', the track "Back 2 Back" uses the main melody of "Louie Louie" by Richard Berry.
** Listen to the song "Stranger in Moscow" by Music/MichaelJackson and you'll recognise the end credits theme for ''[[VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles Sonic the Hedgehog 3]]''. Given that Music/MichaelJackson composed music for ''[[VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles Sonic the Hedgehog 3]]'', you might think that the song was sampled in the game, but it's actually the other way around - the tune from the game was sampled in the song.



* Bob & Earl's 1963 song "Harlem Shuffle" has the distinction of being both CoveredUp (by Music/TheRollingStones) and Sampled Up (the horn intro became the horn intro for House of Pain's "Jump Around").

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* Bob & Earl's 1963 song "Harlem Shuffle" has the distinction of being both CoveredUp (by Music/TheRollingStones) and Sampled Up (the horn intro became the horn intro for House of Pain's "Jump Around").Around").
* Play "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" by Music/TheBeatles to someone who grew up in the '90s, and they'll probably start singing "Why Don't You Get a Job?" by Music/TheOffspring.
24th Aug '17 3:11:31 PM Ezclee4050
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* 4hero's "Mr Kirk's Nightmare" (1991) samples its titular dialog from Think's anti-drug song "Once You Understand" (1971), and its breakbeat from Music/TheIsleyBrothers' "Get Into Something" (1970). The 1996 remix also includes a sample of [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]] saying "Energize", among others.

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* 4hero's "Mr Kirk's Nightmare" (1991) samples its titular dialog from Think's anti-drug song "Once You Understand" (1971), and its breakbeat from Music/TheIsleyBrothers' "Get Into Something" (1970). The 1996 remix also includes a sample of [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]] saying "Energize", among others.others.
* Bob & Earl's 1963 song "Harlem Shuffle" has the distinction of being both CoveredUp (by Music/TheRollingStones) and Sampled Up (the horn intro became the horn intro for House of Pain's "Jump Around").
5th Aug '17 4:35:23 AM jormis29
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** [[Music/GeorgeClinton P-Funk]]. [[http://www.the-breaks.com/search.php?term=Funkadelic&type=0 So]] [[http://www.the-breaks.com/search.php?term=Parliament&type=0 many]] [[http://www.the-breaks.com/search.php?term=George&type=0 times]]. Honorary mention to DrDre, who's made an entire career out of swiping P-Funk riffs and slowing them down.

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** [[Music/GeorgeClinton P-Funk]]. [[http://www.the-breaks.com/search.php?term=Funkadelic&type=0 So]] [[http://www.the-breaks.com/search.php?term=Parliament&type=0 many]] [[http://www.the-breaks.com/search.php?term=George&type=0 times]]. Honorary mention to DrDre, Music/DrDre, who's made an entire career out of swiping P-Funk riffs and slowing them down.
2nd Aug '17 6:58:51 AM benda
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** And the latter's stanzas are based on a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidi_Mansour_%28song%29 Tunisian folk song "Sidi Mansour"]].



** Which also makes it a case of AnachronismStew because both Russia and France had different national anthems at the time of composing (i.e. those actually used by Tchaikovsky) and in 1812 (when the overture is set).



* 4hero's "Mr Kirk's Nightmare" (1991) samples its titular dialog from Think's anti-drug song "Once You Understand" (1971), and its breakbeat from Music/TheIsleyBrothers' "Get Into Something" (1970). The 1996 remix also includes a sample of [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]] saying "Energize", among others.
* Except for older ex-USSR inhabitants and Soviet cinema buffs, few people know that the core of "Resurrection" by trance duo PPK is actually [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJj9y4t9UnU a theme]] from ''Film/{{Siberiade}}'', composed by Music/EduardArtemyev. The film came out in 1979, thus predating trance music as such.
* If you hear a certain drum theme, you'll probably think Boney M.'s "Rasputin" or "Nightflight to Venus", but almost certainly not Cozy Powell's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYB7lD6chwc "Dance with the Devil"]] it was sampled from.

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* 4hero's "Mr Kirk's Nightmare" (1991) samples its titular dialog from Think's anti-drug song "Once You Understand" (1971), and its breakbeat from Music/TheIsleyBrothers' "Get Into Something" (1970). The 1996 remix also includes a sample of [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]] saying "Energize", among others.
* Except for older ex-USSR inhabitants and Soviet cinema buffs, few people know that the core of "Resurrection" by trance duo PPK is actually [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJj9y4t9UnU a theme]] from ''Film/{{Siberiade}}'', composed by Music/EduardArtemyev. The film came out in 1979, thus predating trance music as such.
* If you hear a certain drum theme, you'll probably think Boney M.'s "Rasputin" or "Nightflight to Venus", but almost certainly not Cozy Powell's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYB7lD6chwc "Dance with the Devil"]] it was sampled from.
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2nd Aug '17 6:27:59 AM benda
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* If you hear a certain drum theme, you'll probably think Boney M.'s "Rasputin" or "Nightflight to Venus", but almost certainly not Cozy Powell's "Dance with the Devil" it was sampled from.

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* If you hear a certain drum theme, you'll probably think Boney M.'s "Rasputin" or "Nightflight to Venus", but almost certainly not Cozy Powell's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYB7lD6chwc "Dance with the Devil" Devil"]] it was sampled from.
2nd Aug '17 6:26:10 AM benda
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** And the latter's stanzas are based on a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidi_Mansour_%28song%29 Tunisian folk song "Sidi Mansour"]].


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** Which also makes it a case of AnachronismStew because both Russia and France had different national anthems at the time of composing (i.e. those actually used by Tchaikovsky) and in 1812 (when the overture is set).
2nd Aug '17 6:16:05 AM benda
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* Except for older ex-USSR inhabitants and Soviet cinema buffs, few people know that the core of "Resurrection" by trance duo PPK is actually [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJj9y4t9UnU a theme]] from ''Film/{{Siberiade}}'', composed by Music/EduardArtemyev. The film came out in 1979, thus predating trance music as such.

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* Except for older ex-USSR inhabitants and Soviet cinema buffs, few people know that the core of "Resurrection" by trance duo PPK is actually [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJj9y4t9UnU a theme]] from ''Film/{{Siberiade}}'', composed by Music/EduardArtemyev. The film came out in 1979, thus predating trance music as such.such.
* If you hear a certain drum theme, you'll probably think Boney M.'s "Rasputin" or "Nightflight to Venus", but almost certainly not Cozy Powell's "Dance with the Devil" it was sampled from.
2nd Aug '17 6:13:59 AM benda
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* 4hero's "Mr Kirk's Nightmare" (1991) samples its titular dialog from Think's anti-drug song "Once You Understand" (1971), and its breakbeat from Music/TheIsleyBrothers' "Get Into Something" (1970). The 1996 remix also includes a sample of [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]] saying "Energize", among others.

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* 4hero's "Mr Kirk's Nightmare" (1991) samples its titular dialog from Think's anti-drug song "Once You Understand" (1971), and its breakbeat from Music/TheIsleyBrothers' "Get Into Something" (1970). The 1996 remix also includes a sample of [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]] saying "Energize", among others.others.
* Except for older ex-USSR inhabitants and Soviet cinema buffs, few people know that the core of "Resurrection" by trance duo PPK is actually [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJj9y4t9UnU a theme]] from ''Film/{{Siberiade}}'', composed by Music/EduardArtemyev. The film came out in 1979, thus predating trance music as such.
8th Jul '17 9:49:46 AM nombretomado
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* "Nautilus" by Bob James, the [[OverlyNarrowSuperlative jazz song most sampled by hip-hop artists]]. According to TheOtherWiki, "Some of the hip hop songs that have sampled or interpolated this song include "Beats To The Rhyme" by Music/RunDMC, [[Music/TheGreatAdventuresOfSlickRick "Children's Story"]] by Music/SlickRick, "Follow The Leader" and "Let The Rhythm Hit 'Em" by Eric B. & Rakim, "Daytona 500" by Ghostface Killah, "My Mind Spray" by Jeru The Damaja, "Job Song" by Consequence, "Murray's Revenge" by Murs, and "Take It Back" by the Music/WuTangClan."

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* "Nautilus" by Bob James, the [[OverlyNarrowSuperlative jazz song most sampled by hip-hop artists]]. According to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, "Some of the hip hop songs that have sampled or interpolated this song include "Beats To The Rhyme" by Music/RunDMC, [[Music/TheGreatAdventuresOfSlickRick "Children's Story"]] by Music/SlickRick, "Follow The Leader" and "Let The Rhythm Hit 'Em" by Eric B. & Rakim, "Daytona 500" by Ghostface Killah, "My Mind Spray" by Jeru The Damaja, "Job Song" by Consequence, "Murray's Revenge" by Murs, and "Take It Back" by the Music/WuTangClan."
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