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6th Feb '16 5:10:12 PM twilicorn
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* Clairity's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUNxOw7SGmc "Velcro"]] samples the synthesizer hook from Music/{{Yazoo}}'s early 1980's hit "Don't Go", which few people of her generation are familiar with.
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* Clairity's Music/{{Clairity}}'s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUNxOw7SGmc "Velcro"]] samples the synthesizer hook from Music/{{Yazoo}}'s early 1980's hit [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VML1u8KJjEo "Don't Go", Go"]], which few people of her generation are familiar with.

* If you watch a rerun of ''Music/TheMunsters'', the theme song sounds exactly like "Uma Thurman" by Music/FallOutBoy.
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* If you watch a rerun of ''Music/TheMunsters'', Overlapping with SuspiciouslySimilarSong, the theme song sounds exactly like for ''Series/TheMunsters'' was interpolated in the song "Uma Thurman" by Music/FallOutBoy.Music/FallOutBoy, not that the band's target demographic noticed - that is, unless they happened to catch a rerun of that particular program.
10th Jan '16 11:32:24 PM OceanHomer
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** This issue has tendency to become a FlameWar on Website/YouTube.
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** This issue has tendency to become a FlameWar on Website/YouTube.Website/YouTube...actually, so does every single song that uses a sample.
10th Dec '15 6:59:15 PM BigBertha
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loc533Vl65w "Energy"]] is an obscure 1985 song by Melissa Manchester. Nearly thirty years later, its chorus was sampled by Duck Sauce's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdW10fY-Awc "NRG"]], which is much more well known (especially the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbuwFJU1Gf0 remix]] by Music/{{Skrillex}}, Kill the Noise, and Milo & Otis)
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loc533Vl65w "Energy"]] is an obscure 1985 song by Melissa Manchester. Nearly thirty years later, its chorus was sampled by Duck Sauce's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdW10fY-Awc "NRG"]], which is much more well known (especially the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbuwFJU1Gf0 remix]] by Music/{{Skrillex}}, Kill the Noise, and Milo & Otis)Otis) * If you watch a rerun of ''Music/TheMunsters'', the theme song sounds exactly like "Uma Thurman" by Music/FallOutBoy.
3rd Dec '15 4:01:24 PM Papercut1
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* Clairity's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUNxOw7SGmc "Velcro"]] samples the synthesizer hook from Music/{{Yazoo}}'s early 1980's hit "Don't Go", which few people of her generation are familiar with.
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* Clairity's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUNxOw7SGmc "Velcro"]] samples the synthesizer hook from Music/{{Yazoo}}'s early 1980's hit "Don't Go", which few people of her generation are familiar with.with. * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loc533Vl65w "Energy"]] is an obscure 1985 song by Melissa Manchester. Nearly thirty years later, its chorus was sampled by Duck Sauce's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdW10fY-Awc "NRG"]], which is much more well known (especially the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbuwFJU1Gf0 remix]] by Music/{{Skrillex}}, Kill the Noise, and Milo & Otis)
20th Nov '15 9:34:09 PM wolftickets1969
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* If part of the melody of Kaoma's "Lambada" sounds familiar, that's because it was used for the chorus of Pitbull's "On the Floor".
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* If part of the melody of Kaoma's "Lambada" sounds familiar, that's because it was used for the chorus of Pitbull's "On the Floor".Floor". * Clairity's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUNxOw7SGmc "Velcro"]] samples the synthesizer hook from Music/{{Yazoo}}'s early 1980's hit "Don't Go", which few people of her generation are familiar with.
18th Nov '15 11:14:17 AM FF32
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** Helped by the original song using a TechnologyMarchesOn example, Flo Rida's "Right Round" might surpass Dead Or Alive's "You Spin Me Round [[WhatAreRecords (Like a Record)]]". Unless one heard the song through the many, many WebOriginal/{{YouTube Poop}}s/crack videos that featured the original song accompanying a character spinning.
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** Helped by the original song using a TechnologyMarchesOn example, Flo Rida's "Right Round" might surpass Dead Or Alive's "You Spin Me Round [[WhatAreRecords (Like a Record)]]". Unless one heard the song through the many, many WebOriginal/{{YouTube WebAnimation/{{YouTube Poop}}s/crack videos that featured the original song accompanying a character spinning.

* [[Creator/LapfoxTrax Furries in a Blender]] released a song called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIGHfpZhWGg Crazy]], which promptly disappeared into obscurity until a YouTubePoop [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLqjJqdfVLs that combined it with the theme from]] IMMeen was put up. Nowadays, the I.M. Meen version is much more well-known, to the point where most people don't even realise it was a different song in the first place.
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* [[Creator/LapfoxTrax Furries in a Blender]] released a song called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIGHfpZhWGg Crazy]], which promptly disappeared into obscurity until a YouTubePoop WebAnimation/YouTubePoop [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLqjJqdfVLs that combined it with the theme from]] IMMeen was put up. Nowadays, the I.M. Meen version is much more well-known, to the point where most people don't even realise it was a different song in the first place.
9th Nov '15 7:35:41 AM PhysicalStamina
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* Heard of "South Bronx" by [[Music/{{KRSONE}} Boogie Down Productions]], or "Watch Out Now" by The Beatnuts? They were both sampled in music/JenniferLopez's "Jenny From The Block".
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* Heard of "South Bronx" by [[Music/{{KRSONE}} Boogie Down Productions]], or "Watch Out Now" by The Beatnuts? They were both sampled in music/JenniferLopez's Music/JenniferLopez's "Jenny From The Block".
3rd Nov '15 3:16:04 AM twilicorn
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* Remember those vocals from the [[MemeticMutation Hamsterdance song]]? Actually a sped-up sample of Roger Miller's "Whistle Stop" from ''Disney/RobinHood''. Though, like "I Like To Move It", casual listeners might not recognize the sample in its context.
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* Remember those vocals from the [[MemeticMutation Hamsterdance song]]? Actually a sped-up sample of Roger Miller's "Whistle Stop" from ''Disney/RobinHood''. Though, like "I Like To Move It", casual listeners might not recognize the sample in its context.context. * If part of the melody of Kaoma's "Lambada" sounds familiar, that's because it was used for the chorus of Pitbull's "On the Floor".
30th Oct '15 7:44:17 PM nombretomado
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* KanyeWest sampled an instrumental from "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CoIKAweJ9s Ammonia Avenue]]" by Music/TheAlanParsonsProject for his hit song "Heartless".
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* KanyeWest Music/KanyeWest sampled an instrumental from "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CoIKAweJ9s Ammonia Avenue]]" by Music/TheAlanParsonsProject for his hit song "Heartless".
10th Oct '15 5:28:17 PM twilicorn
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* "Security of the First World" was just a quick interlude on Music/PublicEnemy's ''It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back'' between two more aggressive tracks. Lenny Kravitz then sampled the interlude's opening for Music/{{Madonna}}'s "Justify My Love". Later, when other artists sampled the interlude, like Music/InsaneClownPosse did for their song "Bowling Balls", [[http://www.allmusic.com/album/hells-pit-pt-1-r705775/review reviewers believed]] that it was the Madonna song being sampled, not "Security of the First World".
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* "Security of the First World" was just a quick interlude on Music/PublicEnemy's ''It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back'' ''Music/ItTakesANationOfMillionsToHoldUsBack'' between two more aggressive tracks. Lenny Kravitz then sampled the interlude's opening for Music/{{Madonna}}'s "Justify My Love". Later, when other artists sampled the interlude, like Music/InsaneClownPosse did for their song "Bowling Balls", [[http://www.allmusic.com/album/hells-pit-pt-1-r705775/review reviewers believed]] that it was the Madonna song being sampled, not "Security of the First World".

* Puff Daddy's "Come with Me" has sampled up Music/LedZeppelin's "Kashmir". As Judge Hellfire put it: "Listen, Cream Puff. I like my Led Zeppelin, on a Zeppelin album. ''NOT'' on the soundtrack to that god-awful ''Film/{{Godzilla|1998}}'' movie, which was about as big a Hollywood ripoff, as your whole career!"
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* In some circles, Puff Daddy's "Come with Me" has sampled up Music/LedZeppelin's "Kashmir". As Judge Hellfire put it: "Listen, Cream Puff. I like my Led Zeppelin, on a Zeppelin album. ''NOT'' on the soundtrack to that god-awful ''Film/{{Godzilla|1998}}'' movie, which was about as big a Hollywood ripoff, as your whole career!"

** Another Kanye example: "Gold Digger" samples Music/RayCharles' "I Got a Woman", but depressingly few people know that. There's a reason why Jamie Foxx, fresh from an Oscar win for ''Ray'', sings the melody.
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** Another Kanye example: "Gold Digger" samples Music/RayCharles' "I Got a Woman", but depressingly few people know that. There's a reason why Jamie Foxx, fresh from an Oscar win for ''Ray'', ''Film/{{Ray}}'', sings the melody.

** And the chorus of "I Cry" is interpolated from Brenda Russell's 80's hit "Piano in the Dark". When Flo Rida did the song at the 2012 UsefulNotes/MacysThanksgivingDayParade, someone named "Stacy" stood in for the chorus.
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** And the chorus of "I Cry" is interpolated from Brenda Russell's 80's hit "Piano in the Dark". When Flo Rida did the song at the 2012 UsefulNotes/MacysThanksgivingDayParade, someone named "Stacy" stood in for the chorus. Meanwhile, "Piano" was reissued due to the popularity of "I Cry".

* In some performances, Music/DickDale will actually stop playing "Misirlou" at the moment Music/TheBlackEyedPeas sampled it for "Pump It" and sing the iconic "Turn up the radio/Blast your stereo/Right now," to the amusement of the audience. Judging from his facial expression and his statements after playing the song, he is ''not'' pleased about the sampling. Although [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LW6qGy3RtwY The original Misirlu]] is actualy an old Greek song by Tetos Dimitriades from 1927
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* In some performances, Music/DickDale will actually stop playing "Misirlou" at the moment Music/TheBlackEyedPeas sampled it for "Pump It" and sing the iconic "Turn up the radio/Blast your stereo/Right now," to the amusement of the audience. Judging from his facial expression and his statements after playing the song, he is ''not'' pleased about the sampling. Although it's actually an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LW6qGy3RtwY The original Misirlu]] is actualy an old Greek song song]], [[CoveredUp by Tetos Dimitriades from 1927 1927]].

* Music/{{MIA}}'s "Paper Planes" samples the Music/TheClash song "Straight to Hell" ** And then M.I.A. got sampled for T.I. and Jay-Z's "Swagga Like Us"
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* Music/{{MIA}}'s "Paper Planes" samples the Music/TheClash song "Straight to Hell" ** And then M.I.A. Hell", which itself got sampled for T.I. and Jay-Z's "Swagga Like Us"

* The intro of Rick Castle(aka Andrea Girbaudo aka Starkly Ice)'s "Dolce Vita Tonight" samples the bassline of the obscure 80's song "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08ImZiX1zVc&feature=related Dolce Vita]]" by Ryan Paris.
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* The intro of Rick Castle(aka Castle (aka Andrea Girbaudo aka Starkly Ice)'s "Dolce Vita Tonight" samples the bassline of the obscure 80's song "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08ImZiX1zVc&feature=related Dolce Vita]]" by Ryan Paris.
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