Experience

Experience is the first studio album by The Prodigy, released on XL Recordings on September 28th, 1991. While producing this album, Liam Howlett used a lot of gear designed by Roland, including a W-30 workstation, a U-220 rack-mountable rompler, as well as an Alpha Juno-2 and a Jupiter-8.

As you can see by the length of this list, Experience is the most sample-based album ever produced by Liam. Techno & rave tracks from the early 90s, funk and soul recordings, hip-hop beats and even the 80s synth-pop and classic hard rock – young Howlett sampled every record he had on his hands. Don’t be a stranger: dive into the list that we’ve carefully gathered! Sure enough, you’ll find some forgotten classics to add into your own music or sampling collection.

LP
JERICHO
    Sample: vocals (‘the horns of Jericho’)
    Sample source: Hijack – The Badman Is Robbin’ (A Capella) [The Badman Is Robbin’, 1989]
    Sample: scream
    Sample source: AC/DC – For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) [For Those About To Rock (We Salute You), 1981]
    Sample: beat #1
    Sample source: Manix – Feel Real Good (Remix) [Manic Minds EP (Remixes), 1991]
    Original source: Main Source – Peace Is Not The Word To Play [Breaking Atoms, 1991]
    Sample: melody
    Interpolation source: The Revolutionaries – Kunta Kinte [Kunta Kinte, 1976]
    Also can be found in: Satin Storm – Satin Storm [First E.P., 1990]
    Note: This is not a sample, but straight up plagiarism. Liam took the melody and added a couple notes at the end of it.
    Sample: vocals (‘feel the bass come down on me’) & strings
    Sample source: Jungle Brothers – What “U” Waitin’ “4”? [Done By The Forces Of Nature, 1989]
    Note: Even though the clean sample of ‘feel the bass come down on me’ can be found in ‘What “U” Waitin’ “4”? (Jungle Fever Mix)’, the sample was taken from the original mix. If you listen closely, you can hear the strings sound in the background. It can be heard well enough in ‘Jericho (Live Version)’ from the ‘Out Of Space’ single.
    Sample: pitched-up vocals (‘love me all the while and be by my side’)
    Sample source: Anthony Malvo & Tiger – Come Back To Me [Massive 3, 1989]
    Sample: bass
    Sample source: The Hypnotist – Night Of The Livin’ E Heads [The Hardcore E.P, 1991]
    Sample: vocals (‘keep on dancing, keep on dancing, baby’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Jungle Brothers – What “U” Waitin’ “4”? [Done By The Forces Of Nature, 1989]
    Sample: beat #2
    Sample source: Gang Starr – Jazz Thing (Instrumental) [Jazz Thing, 1990]
    Original source: Kool And The Gang – Give It Up [Kool And The Gang, 1970]
    Note: The beat can be heard clearly at the 3 minute mark.
MUSIC REACH 1/2/3/4
    Sample: vocals (‘one, two, three, four’)
    Sample source: Big Daddy Kane – Set It Off (Extended Mix) [Set It Off, 1988]
    Original source: Lyn Collins – We Want To Parrty, Parrty, Parrty – Part I [We Want To Parrty, Parrty, Parrty, 1973]
    Sample: beat #1
    Sample source: Addis Posse – Let The Warriors Dance (Funky Funky Drum Drum Mix) [Let The Warriors Dance, 1990]
    Sample: beat #2 & bass
    Sample source: Sudden Def – Fall Like Rain (Madness To My Method – Remix) [Remixes, 1992]
    Sample: bell
    Sample source: Mixmaster Gee – The Manipulator (Dub Mix) [The Manipulator, 1986]
    Sample: vocals (‘make me wanna’)
    Sample source: James Brown – Shout And Shimmy [Good, Good, Twistin’ With James Brown, 1962]
WIND IT UP
    Sample: vocals (‘wind it up!’)
    Sample source: Just-Ice – Latoya [Back To The Old School, 1986]
    Sample: vocals (‘equal rights and justice in this time’ & ‘ooh-ooo-aah’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Anthony Johnson – Equal Rights [Don Carlos with Anthony Johnson & Little John – Rasta Brothers, 1985]
    Sample: beat #1
    Sample source: The Bogey Man – Horrors! (Asylum Dub Mix) [Horrors!, 1991]
    Sample: beat #2 & bass
    Sample source: Ultramagnetic MC’s – A Chorus Line (Instrumental) [Traveling At The Speed Of Thought / A Chorus Line, 1989]
    Sample: vocal fx
    Sample source: Zero-G – Datafile One [1991] – Track 44
    Original source: Time Zone – The Wildstyle [The Wildstyle, 1983]
YOUR LOVE REMIX
    Sample: rave synth stab
    Sample source: Spectrum – Brazil [Brazil, 1990]
    Sample: vocals (‘you never never want, you never never do’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Bug Kann & The Plastic Jam – Beware Of The Bassline [New Class A / Bug Kan & Plastic Jam – Turntable Friction / Beware Of The Bassline, 1991]
    Sample: vocals (‘your love’)
    Sample source: Gary Taylor – Compassion (Acapella Mix) [Compassion, 1988]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Trigger – Wisdom (Q-Mix) [Wisdom, 1991]
    Original source: The Sindecut – Live The Life [Changing The Scenery, 1990]
    Sample: vocals (‘our crew!’)
    Sample source: Bug Kann & The Plastic Jam – Made In Two Minutes (Club Mix) [Made In Two Minutes, 1991]
    Sample: vocals (‘woo-hoo!’)
    Sample source: Circuit featuring Koffi – Shelter Me (Acapella) [Shelter Me, 1990]
    Note: The sample source is listed in the booklet of ‘Experience’: ‘Your Love’ vocal sample from sound recording of ‘Shelter Me’ by Circuit, copyright Chrysalis Records.
HYPERSPEED G-FORCE PART 2
    Sample: space mission radio (‘Columbia now at 9 times the speed of sound… roger that, and I got a solid TACAN lock on… preplanned trajectory…’)
    Sample source: Kate Bush – Hello Earth [Hounds Of Love, 1985]
    Original source: NASA – The STS-1 mission audio archive – 619-AAB [1981]
    Sample: fx (at 0:30)
    Sample source: Mantronix – Bassline [The Album, 1985]
    Original source: Newcleus – Automan (Dub Version) [Auto Man, 1984]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: T La Rock – Breaking Bells (Dub) [Breaking Bells / Bass Machine, 1986]
    Sample: break (at 0:57 and throughout)
    Sample source: Ultramagnetic MC’s – Critical Beatdown [Critical Beatdown, 1988]
    Sample: vocals (‘let’s jet out, we’ll cruise at hyperspeed, I’ve got the beat, I’ve got the beat, and that’s all we need, check it out!’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Captain Rock – The Return Of Capt. Rock [The Return Of Capt. Rock, 1983]
    Note: The line ‘to move your feet’ wasn’t used, ‘I’ve got the beat’ was used twice instead.
    Sample: vocals (‘hip-hop!’)
    Sample source: Asher D featuring Daddy Freddy – Ragamuffin Rub-A-Dub-Apella [Ragamuffin Hip-Hop, 1987]
    Sample: scream (‘aargh!’)
    Sample source: Big Daddy Kane – Just Rhymin’ With Biz [Long Live The Kane, 1988]
CHARLY TRIP INTO DRUM AND BASS VERSION
    Sample: drum fill
    Sample source: Blue Eyes – The Law (Instrumental) [Soul Tip, 1991]
    Original source: Andy Capp – The Law (Part 1) [The Law, 1970]
    Sample: snare & tambourine
    Sample source: Bobby Byrd – Hot Pants (Bonus Beats) [I Know You Got Soul, 1988]
    Sample: vocals (‘miaow’ & ‘Charley says’)
    Sample source: Charley Says – Mummy Should Know [1973]
    Note: ‘Charley Says’ was a series of very short cut-out animated cartoon for children, shown in the UK in the 1970s and 1980s. Most of the topics dealt with everyday safety issues children face, such as not going off with strangers or not playing with matches. They featured a little boy and his cat, named Charley who would ‘miaow’ the lesson of the episode, which the boy would then translate and explain. An interesting fact: the ‘miaowing’ of the cat sampled by Liam doesn’t actually translate to ‘always tell your mummy before you go off somewhere’. It translates to ‘better tell mom where you’re going’.
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: T La Rock – Breaking Bells (Club) [Breaking Bells / Bass Machine, 1986]
    Sample: pitched-up shout (‘uh!’)
    Sample source: Ser & Duff – Big Apple Production Vol. 1 [1982]
    Sample: lead synth
    Sample source: Second Phase – Mentasm [Mentasm, 1991]
    Original source: Roland Alpha Juno-2 – Factory Programs B – B86 What The
    Sample: beatbox
    Sample source: James Brown – Godfather Runnin’ The Joint [I’m Real, 1988]
    Sample: vocals (‘a little bit of bass, a little bit of drums’)
    Sample source: Sonz Of A Loop Da Loop Era – Let Your Mind Be Free [Further Out / Let Your Mind Be Free, 1991]
    Original source: The Mohawks – The Champ (Version) [Cherry Pink / The Champ, 1973]
OUT OF SPACE
    Sample: strings
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Patches – 17 Strings
    Sample: scratch
    Sample source: Run-DMC – Peter Piper [Raising Hell, 1986]
    Sample: xylophone
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Timbres – 126 Spectrum 2
    Sample: vocals (‘I’ll take your brain to another dimension, pay close attention’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Ultramagnetic MC’s – Critical Beatdown [Critical Beatdown, 1988]
    Note: The members of Ultramagnetic MC’s were listed as co-writers in the booklet of the ‘Out Of Space’ single.
    Sample: stab
    Sample source: Max Romeo & The Upsetters – I Chase The Devil [War Ina Babylon, 1976]
    Sample: beat #1 & bass #1
    Sample source: 2 Bad Mice – Bomb Scare [Hold It Down, 1992]
    Original source: Kariya – Let Me Love You (Rebuilt) [Let Me Love You (Rebuilt) / You Used To Salsa, 1989]
    Sample: beat #2 & bass #2
    Sample source: Hackney Hardcore – Dance Hall Dangerous! (Version 2) [Dance Hall Dangerous!, 1991]
    Original source: The Shamen – Hyperreal (Dirty Dubbing) [Hyperreal (Remix), 1991]
    Sample: ‘boing’ spring fx
    Sample source: William Hanna & Joseph Barbera – Boing [Drop-Ins Vol. 1, 1965]
    Sample: vocals (‘I’m gonna send him to outer space to find another race’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Max Romeo & The Upsetters – I Chase The Devil [War Ina Babylon, 1976]
    Note: In ‘I Chase The Devil’, the main lyric is repeated several times with slightly different intonations. For ‘Out Of Space’ Liam used two fragments from different parts of the song: ‘I’m gonna send him to outer space’ can be heard at 1:12, while ‘to find another race’ can be heard at 2:14.
    Sample: rave synth stab #1 (at 1:08 and throughout)
    Sample source: M-D-Emm – Get Down (Hands In The Air Mix) [Get Down, 1991]
    Sample: rave synth stab #2 (at 1:54 and throughout)
    Sample source: Shades Of Rhythm – Homicide [Homicide / Exorcist, 1990]
    Note: In ‘Homicide’, there are several notes that Liam could have used, but for some reason he used the third one.
EVERYBODY IN THE PLACE 155 AND RISING
    Sample: ‘speeding train’ fx
    Sample source: Zero-G – Datafile One [1991] – Track 44
    Note: Liam reversed this sample and played it gradually going up in pitch.
    Sample: train wheels rattle fx
    Sample source: Roland Jupiter-8 – Patches – 51 TRAIN CHUG
    Sample: beat #1
    Sample source: Trouble – I Get Hype (Instrumental) [I Get Hype, 1988]
    Original source: James Brown – Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose (Remix) [In The Jungle Groove, 1986]
    Sample: beat #2
    Sample source: DJ Doc Scott – Surgery (Ordinary Mix) [The N.H.S EP, 1991]
    Sample: vocals (‘let’s go, let’s being!’)
    Sample source: MC Duke & Merlin – Freestyle Part 1 [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: vocals (‘everybody is in the place’)
    Sample source: MC Duke & Merlin – Freestyle Part 2 [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: stretched vocals (‘bass’)
    Sample source: The House Crew – Keep The Fire Burning [Keep The Fire Burning / Get On Up, 1991]
    Sample: beat #3
    Sample source: Renegade Soundwave – The Phantom (It’s In There) [The Phantom (It’s In There) / Ozone Breakdown, 1989]
    Sample: bell (at 1:36 and throughout)
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Timbres – 054 Spect Bell
WEATHER EXPERIENCE
    Sample: synth
    Sample source: Roland Alpha Juno-2 – Factory Programs B – B71 Machines
    Sample: melody
    Interpolation source: Queen – The Kiss (Aura Resurrects Flash) [Flash Gordon (Original Soundtrack Music), 1980]
    Note: Liam replayed the melody with slight changes.
    Sample: flute
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Patches – 39 Flute
    Sample: pitched-down tambourine
    Sample source: Roland W-30 – Factory A Patches – P1 Drums-Perc
    Sample: noise fx
    Sample source: Kraftwerk – Tour De France (Remix) [Tour De France (Remix), 1984]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Uptown – Dope On Plastic (Dubstrumental) [Dope On Plastic / It’s My Turn, 1989]
    Original source: Kool And The Gang – Give It Up [Kool And The Gang, 1970]
    Sample: sonar fx
    Sample source: Pink Floyd – Echoes [Meddle, 1971]
    Sample: heartbeat & high string note
    Sample source: Flowmasters – Let It Take Control (Heartbeat Mix) [Energy Dawn EP, 1989]
    Sample: wind fx
    Sample source: Roland Jupiter-8 – Patches – 66 SOLAR WINDS
    Sample: thunder fx
    Sample source: unknown
    Also can be found in: E-Lab – X-Static Goldmine 3 [1998] – 6607 WARFX
FIRE SUNRISE VERSION
    Sample: rave synth stab
    Sample source: unknown
    Also can be found in: Force Mass Motion – Panic [The Stone Of The 5th Sun, 1992]
    Sample: scratch
    Sample source: Run-DMC – Peter Piper [Raising Hell, 1986]
    Sample: vocals (‘fire!’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Daddy Freddy – Live Jam [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Demon Boyz – Dett (Speaker Feeder Mix) [Dett, 1992]
    Sample: vocals (‘I am a god of hellfire and I bring you’)
    Sample source: The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown – Fire [The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, 1968]
    Sample: bell (at 0:45 and throughout)
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Timbres – 054 Spect Bell
    Sample: vocals (‘woo-hoo!’)
    Sample source: Circuit featuring Koffi – Shelter Me (Acapella) [Shelter Me, 1990]
    Sample: vocals (‘are you ready?’)
    Sample source: Aswad – Soca Rumba [Live & Direct, 1983]
    Sample: vocals (‘when I was a youth I used to burn collie weed in a rizzla’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Pablo Gad – Hard Times [Hard Times, 1980]
RUFF IN THE JUNGLE BIZNESS
    Sample: jungle ambience
    Sample source: Plez – Can’t Stop (Acid Rain Forest Mix) [Can’t Stop, 1990]
    Sample: shout
    Sample source: Wilson Picket – Get Me Back On Time, Engine Number 9 [Wilson Pickett’s Greatest Hits, 1973]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Paris – Escape From Babylon [The Devil Made Me Do It, 1990]
    Original source: Southside Movement – Save The World [Movin’, 1974]
    Sample: vocals (illegible)
    Sample source: Asher D & Daddy Freddy – The Raggamuffin Duo Take Charge [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
DEATH OF THE PRODIGY DANCERS LIVE
    Sample: vocals (‘let it rock you’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Bomb The Bass – Megablast Rap (Version) [Into The Dragon, 1988]
    Sample: vocals (‘bass’)
    Sample source: The House Crew – Keep The Fire Burning [Keep The Fire Burning / Get On Up, 1991]
    Sample: heartbeat & high string note
    Sample source: Flowmasters – Let It Take Control (Heartbeat Mix) [Energy Dawn EP, 1989]
    Note: This sample is added at the end of the live version of the track from the ‘Experience’ album.
EP / SINGLES
ANDROID
    Sample: vocals (‘you know what time it is’)
    Sample source: Kool G Rap & DJ Polo – Road To The Riches [Road To The Riches, 1989]
    Sample: shout (‘ah!’)
    Sample source: Ultramagnetic MC’s – A Chorus Line (Vocal) [Traveling At The Speed Of Thought / A Chorus Line, 1989]
    Original source: James Brown – Can I Get Some Help [Motherlode, 1988]
    Sample: shout (‘uh!’)
    Sample source: Ser & Duff – Big Apple Production Vol. 1 [1982]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Shut Up And Dance – 20 Pounds To Get In [Twenty Pounds To Get In, 1990]
    Original source: Kool And The Gang – Give It Up [Kool And The Gang, 1970]
    Sample: vocals (‘uh’)
    Sample source: Big Daddy Kane – Big Daddy’s Theme [It’s A Big Daddy Thing, 1989]
    Sample: vocals (‘haa-aa-haa!’)
    Sample source: Circuit featuring Koffi – Shelter Me (Acapella) [Shelter Me, 1990]
CHARLY ALLEY CAT MIX
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Meat Beat Manifesto – Radio Babylon [Helter Skelter / Radio Babylon, 1990]
    Original source: Bobby Byrd – Hot Pants (Bonus Beats) [I Know You Got Soul, 1988]
    Sample: vocals (‘you crazy!’)
    Sample source: MC Shan – Juice Crew Law [Born To Be Wild, 1988]
    Sample: bubble fx
    Sample source: Roland Jupiter-8 – Patches – 54 BIRDS
    Sample: snare & tambourine
    Sample source: Bobby Byrd – Hot Pants (Bonus Beats) [I Know You Got Soul, 1988]
    Note: Liam used the snare that can be heard exactly at 0:16 in ‘Hot Pants’.
    Sample: lead synth
    Sample source: Second Phase – Mentasm [Mentasm, 1991]
    Sample: shout (‘uh’)
    Sample source: Ser & Duff – Big Apple Production Vol. 1 [1982]
    Sample: vocals (‘miaow’ & ‘Charley says always tell your mummy before you go off somewhere’)
    Sample source: Charley Says – Mummy Should Know [1973]
    Sample: beatbox
    Sample source: James Brown – Godfather Runnin’ The Joint [I’m Real, 1988]
    Sample: rave synth stab
    Sample source: Frank De Wulf – Moribund [The B-Sides Volume IV, 1990]
CHARLY BELTRAM SAYS MIX
    Sample: break
    Sample source: Rhythm Section – Feel The Rhythm [Comin’ On Strong EP, 1991]
CHARLY ORIGINAL MIX
    Sample: intro & outro loop
    Sample source: Rhythim Is Rhythim – Drama [The Beginning, 1990]
    Sample: pitched-down tambourine
    Sample source: Roland W-30 – Factory A Patches – P1 Drums-Perc
    Sample: growl in the intro
    Sample source: MC Shan – Juice Crew Law [Born To Be Wild, 1988]
    Note: The sample is played really low. Originally, it’s a vocal line ‘you crazy!’.
    Sample: vocals (‘miaow’ & ‘Charley says always tell your mummy before you go off somewhere’)
    Sample source: Charley Says – Mummy Should Know [1973]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Meat Beat Manifesto – Radio Babylon [Helter Skelter / Radio Babylon, 1990]
    Sample: vocals (‘you crazy!’)
    Sample source: MC Shan – Juice Crew Law [Born To Be Wild, 1988]
CRAZY MAN
    Sample: vocals (‘crazy!’) & fx
    Sample source: Jazzy Jeff – Mix So I Can Go Crazy [On Fire, 1985]
    Sample: break
    Sample source: MC Duke – I’m Riffin’ (English Rasta) (Smokin’ Beats) [I’m Riffin’ (English Rasta), 1989]
EVERYBODY IN THE PLACE
    Sample: synth loop (at 0:00 and throughout)
    Sample source: N-Joi – We Bass It [Music Is A State Of Mind E.P., 1989]
    Sample: vocals (‘everybody is in the place’)
    Sample source: MC Duke & Merlin – Freestyle Part 2 [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Trouble – I Get Hype (Instrumental) [I Get Hype, 1988]
    Sample: vocals (‘let’s go!’)
    Sample source: MC Duke & Merlin – Freestyle Part 1 [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: siren
    Sample source: N-Joi – Jupiter Dawn [Music Is A State Of Mind E.P., 1989]
EVERYBODY IN THE PLACE DANCE HALL VERSION
    Sample: melody
    Interpolation source: Wayne Smith – Under Me Sleng Teng [Sleng Teng, 1986]
    Also can be found in: SL2 – Way In My Brain [DJ’s Take Control, 1991]
    Note: The melody was taken from ‘Under Me Sleng Teng’ almost with no changes, apart from the last two notes which are played an octave lower every other iterarion.
EVERYBODY IN THE PLACE FAIRGROUND REMIX
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Trouble – I Get Hype (Instrumental) [I Get Hype, 1988]
    Sample: vocals (‘everybody is in the place’)
    Sample source: MC Duke & Merlin – Freestyle Part 2 [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: siren
    Sample source: N-Joi – Jupiter Dawn [Music Is A State Of Mind E.P., 1989]
    Sample: bell (at 0:46 and throughout)
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Timbres – 054 Spect Bell
    Sample: vocals (‘let’s go!’)
    Sample source: MC Duke & Merlin – Freestyle Part 1 [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: outro melody & drums
    Sample source: Al Caiola – For A Few Dollars More [Non-Stop Western Themes, 1972]
FIRE BURNING VERSION
    Sample: vocals (‘fire’) & drums
    Sample source: The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown – Fire [The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, 1968]
    Sample: vocals (‘how ya feeling in the party? are you ready?’)
    Sample source: Aswad – Soca Rumba [Live & Direct, 1983]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: DJ Mink – Hey! Hey! Can U Relate (Hard Instrumental) [Hey! Hey! Can U Relate, 1990]
    Original source: The Beginning Of The End – Funky Nassau (Part2) [Funky Nassau, 1971]
    Sample: vocals (‘I am a god of hellfire and I bring you’)
    Sample source: The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown – Fire [The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, 1968]
    Note: XL Recordings had to pay 3.000 pounds for Liam to be able to use this sample source. Info featured in the ‘Future Music’ magazine (02/1993).
    Sample: bell #1 (at 0:37 and throughout)
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Timbres – 054 Spect Bell
    Sample: vocals (‘fire!’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Daddy Freddy – Live Jam [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: bell #2 (at 0:50 and throughout)
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Patches – 09 Bell
    Sample: vocals (‘when I was a youth I used to burn collie weed in a rizzla’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Pablo Gad – Hard Times [Hard Times, 1980]
G-FORCE ENERGY FLOW
    Sample: strings
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Patches – 17 Strings
    Sample: saxophone
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Tones – 089 SAX 4
    Sample: bell
    Sample source: Roland U-220 – Timbres – 054 Spect Bell
    Sample: vocals (‘non-stop energy, that’s the true goal’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Bomb The Bass – Megablast Rap (Version) [Into The Dragon, 1988]
    Sample: shout (‘wooo!’)
    Sample source: Janet Jackson – The Pleasure Principle (A Cappella) [The Pleasure Principle, 1986]
    Sample: pitched-down tambourine
    Sample source: Roland W-30 – Factory A Patches – P1 Drums-Perc
JERICHO GENASIDE II REMIX
    Sample: vocals (‘hey poor, you don’t have to be poor anymore!’)
    Sample source: Front 242 – Welcome To Paradise V1.0 [Front By Front, 1988]
    Sample: beatbox
    Sample source: Jungle Brothers – On The Run [Straight Out The Jungle, 1988]
    Sample: vocals (‘and you thought the beat slowed down, come on!’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Public Enemy – Power To The People [Fear Of A Black Planet, 1990]
    Sample: beat & rewind fx
    Sample source: Kobalt 60 – Concrete Show (Instrumental) [Kaos From Order, 1991]
    Sample: synth & melody #1
    Sample source: Nitzer Ebb – Let Beauty Loose [That Total Age, 1987]
    Sample: synth & melody #2
    Sample source: Yello – Angel No [Stella, 1985]
OUT OF SPACE CELESTIAL BODIES MIX
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Queen Latifah – Evil That Men Do [All Hail The Queen, 1989]
    Sample: rave synth stab (at 1:22 and throughout)
    Sample source: Shades Of Rhythm – Homicide [Homicide / Exorcist, 1990]
    Note: In ‘Homicide’, there are several notes that the producer of this mix could have used, but for some reason he used the fourth one.
OUT OF SPACE MILLENIUM MIX
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Queen Latifah – Evil That Men Do [All Hail The Queen, 1989]
    Sample: rave synth stab (at 4:37 and throughout)
    Sample source: Shades Of Rhythm – Homicide [Homicide / Exorcist, 1990]
    Note: In ‘Homicide’, there are several notes that the producer of this mix could have used, but for some reason he used the fourth one.
OUT OF SPACE TECHNO UNDERWORLD REMIX
    Sample: synth loop
    Sample source: John + Julie feat. Auriole – Circles (Round And Round) (Vicious Mix) [Circles (Round And Round), 1991]
    Sample: vocals (‘I’ll take your brain to another dimension, hold it, pay close attention’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Ultramagnetic MC’s – Critical Beatdown [Critical Beatdown, 1988]
    Sample: fx (at 0:48 and throughout)
    Sample source: Mantronix – Bassline [The Album, 1985]
    Original source: Newcleus – Automan (Dub Version) [Auto Man, 1984]
PANDEMONIUM
    Sample: beat & shout (‘ha!’)
    Sample source: Commodores – The Assembly Line [Machine Gun, 1974]
    Sample: vocals (‘I just can’t hold back’)
    Sample source: Big Daddy Kane – Set It Off [Long Live The Kane, 1988]
    Sample: fx loop
    Sample source: Holy Noise – Father Forgive Them (The Trends Mix) [Father Forgive Them, 1990]
    Sample: vocals (‘drop the bass now’)
    Sample source: Rhythmatic – Take Me Back (Bass-Head Mix) [Take Me Back, 1990]
    Sample: vocals (‘uh’)
    Sample source: Big Daddy Kane – Big Daddy’s Theme [It’s A Big Daddy Thing, 1989]
RIP UP THE SOUND SYSTEM
    Sample: vocals (‘hold up!’)
    Sample source: Boogie Down Productions – Stop The Violence [Live Hardcore Worldwide, 1991]
    Sample: shout
    Sample source: Wilson Picket – Get Me Back On Time, Engine Number 9 [Wilson Pickett’s Greatest Hits, 1973]
    Sample: vocals (‘hold it!’)
    Sample source: Daddy Freddy – Live Jam [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: vocals (‘only if you’re ready for this’)
    Sample source: Boogie Down Productions – Stop The Violence [Live Hardcore Worldwide, 1991]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: DJ Mink – Hey! Hey! Can U Relate (Hard Instrumental) [Hey! Hey! Can U Relate, 1990]
    Original source: The Beginning Of The End – Funky Nassau (Part2) [Funky Nassau, 1971]
    Sample: bubble fx
    Sample source: Roland Jupiter-8 – Patches – 54 BIRDS
    Sample: vocals (‘rip up the sound system!’)
    Sample source: Boogie Down Productions – Stop The Violence [Live Hardcore Worldwide, 1991]
    Sample: vocals (‘now hear this’)
    Sample source: Demon Boyz & Daddy Freddy – Come Selector [1989 Hustlers Convention Live, 1989]
    Sample: vocals (‘fifty thousand watts of funkin’ hip-hop power’)
    Sample source: Terminator X – No Further [Terminator X & The Valley Of The Jeep Beets, 1991]
    Sample: vocals (‘here we go, yo’)
    Sample source: Boogie Down Productions – Kenny Parker Intro [Live Hardcore Worldwide, 1991]
RUFF IN THE JUNGLE BIZNESS UPLIFTING VIBES REMIX
    Sample: break
    Sample source: Dennis Coffey And The Detroit Guitar Band – Scorpio [Evolution, 1971]
    Sample: fx
    Sample source: Mantronix – Bassline [The Album, 1985]
    Original source: Newcleus – Automan (Dub Version) [Auto Man, 1984]
    Sample: snare
    Sample source: Hardnoise – Untitled (Instrumental) [Untitled, 1990]
WE ARE THE RUFFEST
    Sample: banjo
    Sample source: E-mu Proteus/3 – Patches – 003 Blue Grass
    Sample: vocals (‘everytime we play, we are the ruffest, we are the ruffest – see’) & instrumental
    Sample source: The Sindecut – Live The Life [Changing The Scenery, 1990]
    Note: The sample source is listed in the booklet of ‘Their Law – The Singles 1990-2005’: ‘We Are The Ruffest’ features a sample taken from: ‘Live the Life’ performed by The Sindecut, published in 1990 by W.M.A. Music and owned by Virgin Records.
    Sample: beat #1
    Sample source: Nu-Matic – All Over Me (Original Mix) [Spring In My Step, 1992]
    Sample: beat #2
    Sample source: N.W.A. – Straight Outta Compton [Straight Outta Compton, 1988]
    Note: This beat is present in the versions released by XL Recordings (UK) and Elektra (US), but is missing in the ones released by Torso Records (Netherlands) and Intercord (Germany).
    Sample: noise fx
    Sample source: Kraftwerk – Tour De France (Remix) [Tour De France (Remix), 1984]
WE GONNA ROCK
    Sample: vocals (‘we gonna rock this mother fucker like this y’all’)
    Sample source: LL Cool J – El Shabazz [Radio, 1985]
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Addis Posse – Let The Warriors Dance (Funky Funky Drum Drum Mix) [Let The Warriors Dance, 1990]
    Sample: synth (at 0:58 and throughout)
    Sample source: D-Shake – Yaaah (Freestyle Club Mix) [Yaaah / Techno Trance, 1990]
    Original source: Kraftwerk – Uranium [Radio-Activity, 1975]
    Sample: vocals (‘come on!’)
    Sample source: D-Shake – Techno Trance (Paradise Is Now) [Yaaah / Techno Trance, 1990]
    Original source: Kraze – Let’s Play House (Accapella) [Let’s Play House, 1989]
    Sample: guitar & break
    Sample source: Syl Johnson – Different Strokes [Dresses Too Short, 1968]
    Note: the source track can also be found on ‘Ultimate Breaks & Beats’ compilation.
WHAT EVIL LURKS
    Sample: horn
    Sample source: Madness – Night Boat To Cairo [One Step Beyond, 1979]
    Sample: vocals (‘what evil lurks in the hearts of men’)
    Sample source: Floormaster Squeeze – Kick Out The James [Hot Plate 1, 1987]
    Original source: Brett Morrison & Grace Matthews – The Chill Of Death [The Shadow Volume 2, 1977]
    Note: ‘Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows!’ is an opening line which can be heard in every episode of ‘The Shadow’, a radio series broadcasted from 1937 to 1954. The original source of the sample is the episode ‘The Chill Of Death’ (January 4th, 1948). In 1977, this episode was released on vinyl by Radiola, a label specializing in releasing old radio programs and broadcasts.
    Sample: vocoder (‘break dance’)
    Sample source: West Street Mob – Break Dance-Electric Boogie [Break Dance (Electric Boogie), 1983]
    Sample: vocals (‘hold the beat, stop the beat, drop the beat’)
    Sample source: Ultramagnetic MC’s – A Chorus Line (Vocal) [Traveling At The Speed Of Thought / A Chorus Line, 1989]
    Sample: break
    Sample source: unknown
    Original source: Tommy Roe – Sweet Pea [Sweet Pea, 1966]
    Also can be found in: Zero-G – Datafile Three [1992] – Track 08
    Sample: vocals (‘come on, y’all’)
    Sample source: West Street Mob – Break Dance-Electric Boogie [Break Dance (Electric Boogie), 1983]
    Sample: pad
    Sample source: unknown
    Also can be found in: N-Joi – The Kraken [Adrenalin EP, 1991]
WIND IT UP BONUS BEATS
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: N.W.A. – Express Yourself (Bonus Beats) [Express Yourself, 1989]
    Sample: vocoder (‘move your body’)
    Sample source: Hashim – Al Naafiysh (The Soul) (The “It’s” About “Time” Remix) [Cutting Remixes – Vol. 1, 1987]
WIND IT UP FORWARD WIND
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: The Bogey Man – Horrors! (Asylum Dub Mix) [Horrors!, 1991]
    Sample: break #1
    Sample source: Zero-G – Datafile Three [1992] – Track 08
    Original source: Tommy Roe – Sweet Pea [Sweet Pea, 1966]
    Sample: break #2
    Sample source: DJ Food – Black Ice [Jazz Brakes Volume 2, 1991]
    Sample: rave synth stab (at 1:54 and throughout)
    Sample source: Landlord featuring Dex Danclair – I Like It (Blow Out Dub) [I Like It, 1989]
WIND IT UP REWOUND
    Sample: vocals (‘wind it up!’)
    Sample source: Just-Ice – Latoya [Back To The Old School, 1986]
    Sample: beat #1
    Sample source: The Bogey Man – Horrors! (Asylum Dub Mix) [Horrors!, 1991]
    Sample: beat #2 & bass
    Sample source: Ultramagnetic MC’s – A Chorus Line (Instrumental) [Traveling At The Speed Of Thought / A Chorus Line, 1989]
    Sample: vocals (‘equal rights and justice in this time’ & ‘ooh-ooo-aah’) & instrumental
    Sample source: Anthony Johnson – Equal Rights [Don Carlos with Anthony Johnson & Little John – Rasta Brothers, 1985]
    Sample: melody
    Interpolation source: Axe Corner – Out-SLD [Tortuga, 1991]
    Note: The melody from ‘Out-SLD’ was replayed as is.
WIND IT UP TIGHTLY WOUND
    Sample: vocals (‘play the nine nine number and the people get sick’)
    Sample source: Ace The Space – 9 Is A Classic (Ultimate Rave Remix) [9 Is A Classic (Remixes), 1992]
    Original source: The 45 King – The 900 Number (YZ Acappella Vocal) [The 900 Number EP, 1991]
    Sample: synth
    Sample source: Ace The Space – 9 Is A Classic (Ultimate Rave Remix) [9 Is A Classic (Remixes), 1992]
    Sample: breakdown fx
    Sample source: Zero-G – Datafile Two [1991] – Track 36
    Sample: outro fx loop
    Sample source: Zero-G – Datafile Two [1991] – Track 30
WIND IT UP UNWIND
    Sample: female vocals
    Sample source: Zero-G – Datafile Two [1991] – Track 21
    Original source: Ecstasy, Passion & Pain – Touch & Go (Acapella) [Acapella Anonymous Vol. #1, 1986]
YOUR LOVE
    Sample: beat
    Sample source: Trigger – Wisdom (Q-Mix) [Wisdom, 1991]
    Sample: siren
    Sample source: N-Joi – Jupiter Dawn [Music Is A State Of Mind E.P., 1989]
    Sample: vocals (‘your love’)
    Sample source: Gary Taylor – Compassion (Acapella Mix) [Compassion, 1988]
    Sample: vocals (‘woo-hoo!’)
    Sample source: Circuit featuring Koffi – Shelter Me (Acapella) [Shelter Me, 1990]
    Sample: rave synth stab
    Sample source: Spectrum – Brazil [Brazil, 1990]


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