History Music / Cage

21st Jan '16 1:43:33 PM Willbyr
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fixing redirect
*** "Agent Orange" samples Wendy Carlos' performance of "The Funeral of Queen Mary" from ''Film/AClockworkOrange'' and dialogue from ''ShogunAssassin'' (the latter of which was previously sampled in [[Music/WuTangClan GZA's]] "Liquid Swords").
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*** "Agent Orange" samples Wendy Carlos' performance of "The Funeral of Queen Mary" from ''Film/AClockworkOrange'' and dialogue from ''ShogunAssassin'' ''Manga/LoneWolfAndCub'' (the latter of which was previously sampled in [[Music/WuTangClan GZA's]] "Liquid Swords").
14th Jan '16 11:19:31 AM Morgenthaler
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In recent years he's started to become known to mainstream audiences for a few things. For one, his association with actor Creator/ShiaLabeouf. Shia's a fan of Cage's music, and he directed the music video for "I Never Knew You" and the short film ''Maniac'', featuring Cage and KidCudi as a pair of serial killers. He's also (somewhat infamously) known for his feud with Detroit rapper Music/{{Eminem}}, who Cage claimed at the time was ripping off his style. Since then he's admitted that he ''may'' have overreacted, since both rappers started out at pretty much the same time and Eminem could not possibly have ripped off Cage's style due to having already developed his style in a separate rap scene without ever having ''heard'' Cage's music. This inconsistency hasn't stopped Eminem's own FanDumb from accusing Cage of the same thing (i.e. ripping off his style).
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In recent years he's started to become known to mainstream audiences for a few things. For one, his association with actor Creator/ShiaLabeouf. Shia's a fan of Cage's music, and he directed the music video for "I Never Knew You" and the short film ''Maniac'', featuring Cage and KidCudi Music/KidCudi as a pair of serial killers. He's also (somewhat infamously) known for his feud with Detroit rapper Music/{{Eminem}}, who Cage claimed at the time was ripping off his style. Since then he's admitted that he ''may'' have overreacted, since both rappers started out at pretty much the same time and Eminem could not possibly have ripped off Cage's style due to having already developed his style in a separate rap scene without ever having ''heard'' Cage's music. This inconsistency hasn't stopped Eminem's own FanDumb from accusing Cage of the same thing (i.e. ripping off his style).
27th Dec '15 11:35:57 AM nombretomado
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*** "Probably Causes Paranoia" takes dialog from ''SixFeetUnder'' about marijuana and PCP, and smoking a joint dipped in ''[[TooDumbToLive actual embalming fluid]]''.
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*** "Probably Causes Paranoia" takes dialog from ''SixFeetUnder'' ''Series/SixFeetUnder'' about marijuana and PCP, and smoking a joint dipped in ''[[TooDumbToLive actual embalming fluid]]''.
19th Dec '15 6:03:44 PM nombretomado
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In recent years he's started to become known to mainstream audiences for a few things. For one, his association with actor ShiaLabeouf. Shia's a fan of Cage's music, and he directed the music video for "I Never Knew You" and the short film ''Maniac'', featuring Cage and KidCudi as a pair of serial killers. He's also (somewhat infamously) known for his feud with Detroit rapper Music/{{Eminem}}, who Cage claimed at the time was ripping off his style. Since then he's admitted that he ''may'' have overreacted, since both rappers started out at pretty much the same time and Eminem could not possibly have ripped off Cage's style due to having already developed his style in a separate rap scene without ever having ''heard'' Cage's music. This inconsistency hasn't stopped Eminem's own FanDumb from accusing Cage of the same thing (i.e. ripping off his style).
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In recent years he's started to become known to mainstream audiences for a few things. For one, his association with actor ShiaLabeouf.Creator/ShiaLabeouf. Shia's a fan of Cage's music, and he directed the music video for "I Never Knew You" and the short film ''Maniac'', featuring Cage and KidCudi as a pair of serial killers. He's also (somewhat infamously) known for his feud with Detroit rapper Music/{{Eminem}}, who Cage claimed at the time was ripping off his style. Since then he's admitted that he ''may'' have overreacted, since both rappers started out at pretty much the same time and Eminem could not possibly have ripped off Cage's style due to having already developed his style in a separate rap scene without ever having ''heard'' Cage's music. This inconsistency hasn't stopped Eminem's own FanDumb from accusing Cage of the same thing (i.e. ripping off his style).
23rd Sep '15 3:00:55 PM FF32
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Not to be confused with actor Creator/NicolasCage, avant-garde composer Music/JohnCage, the HeavyMetal band of the same name, the 1989 action film of the same name and its sequel, both starring Reb Brown and Lou Ferrigno, or the MarvelComics character [[LukeCageHeroForHire Luke Cage]].
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Not to be confused with actor Creator/NicolasCage, avant-garde composer Music/JohnCage, the HeavyMetal band of the same name, the 1989 action film of the same name and its sequel, both starring Reb Brown and Lou Ferrigno, or the MarvelComics character [[LukeCageHeroForHire [[ComicBook/LukeCageHeroForHire Luke Cage]].
18th Jul '15 11:15:19 PM jormis29
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** "Ballad of Worms" samples I Would Hurt a Fly by Built To Spill
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** "Ballad of Worms" samples I Would Hurt a Fly by Built To SpillMusic/BuiltToSpill
24th May '15 4:43:06 AM erforce
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* ShoutOut: The multiple ''Film/AClockworkOrange'' references and samples in his early work. And the ''TheyLive''-inspired cover art of ''Movies for the Blind''.
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* ShoutOut: The multiple ''Film/AClockworkOrange'' references and samples in his early work. And the ''TheyLive''-inspired ''Film/TheyLive''-inspired cover art of ''Movies for the Blind''.
5th Oct '14 2:39:04 AM m8e
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Not to be confused with actor Creator/NicolasCage, avant-garde composer Music/JohnCage, the Music/HeavyMetal band of the same name, the 1989 action film of the same name and its sequel, both starring Reb Brown and Lou Ferrigno, or the MarvelComics character [[LukeCageHeroForHire Luke Cage]].
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Not to be confused with actor Creator/NicolasCage, avant-garde composer Music/JohnCage, the Music/HeavyMetal HeavyMetal band of the same name, the 1989 action film of the same name and its sequel, both starring Reb Brown and Lou Ferrigno, or the MarvelComics character [[LukeCageHeroForHire Luke Cage]].
7th Jul '14 2:48:12 AM SeptimusHeap
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*** "Agent Orange" samples Wendy Carlos' performance of "The Funeral of Queen Mary" from ''Film/AClockworkOrange'' and dialogue from ''ShogunAssassin'' (the latter of which was previously sampled in [[WuTangClan GZA's]] "Liquid Swords").
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*** "Agent Orange" samples Wendy Carlos' performance of "The Funeral of Queen Mary" from ''Film/AClockworkOrange'' and dialogue from ''ShogunAssassin'' (the latter of which was previously sampled in [[WuTangClan [[Music/WuTangClan GZA's]] "Liquid Swords").
4th Apr '14 3:06:49 PM LongLiveHumour
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* PoliticalRap: "Grand Ol' Party Crash", with [[Music/DeadKennedys Jello Biafra]] as "[[GeorgeWBush The Dubya]]", who, by the end of the track, [[HookersAndBlow snorts cocaine]] and says "[[BlueVelvet I'll fuck anything that moves!]]"
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* PoliticalRap: "Grand Ol' Party Crash", with [[Music/DeadKennedys Jello Biafra]] as "[[GeorgeWBush "[[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush The Dubya]]", who, by the end of the track, [[HookersAndBlow snorts cocaine]] and says "[[BlueVelvet I'll fuck anything that moves!]]"
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