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  • Audio CD (25 Feb. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Virgin TV
  • ASIN: B00005UWVP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 93,877 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Right on for the darkness - Curtis Mayfield (AKA: Right on! - Silicone Soul)
  2. Inside my love - Minnie Ripperton (AKA: 2 people - Jean Jacques Smoothie)
  3. California soul - Marlena Shaw (AKA: The sound you hear! - The Wiseguys)
  4. (Let me) Let me be your lover - Jimmy Bo Horne (AKA: Connected - Stereo MC's)
  5. Strategy - Archie Bell and The Drells (AKA: Muhammed Ali - Faithless)
  6. Baby let me take you (In my arms) - Detroit Emeralds (AKA: Say no go - De La Soul)
  7. Cola Bottle baby - Edwin Birdsong (AKA: Harder, better, faster, stronger - Daft Punk)
  8. Heartbeat - Taana Gardner (AKA: Here comes the hotstepper - Ini Kamoze)
  9. Love hangover - Diana Ross (AKA: Freakin it - Will Smith)
  10. Backstabbers - O'Jays (AKA: Wish I didn't miss you - Angie Stone)
  11. My first mistake - The Chi-Lites (AKA: Needin' U - David Morales)
  12. Everynam - Double Exposure (AKA: Salsoul nugget - M&S presents The Girl Next Door)
  13. Evil vibrations - Mighty Ryeders (AKA: A rollerskating jam named Saturday's - De La Soul)
  14. Funky president (people it's bad) - James Brown (AKA: Fight the power - Public Enemy)
  15. Summer in the city - Quincy Jones (AKA: Les nuits - Nightmares on Wax)
  16. Tahitan sunset - Bert Kaempfert and his Orchestra (AKA: In the bath - Lemon Jelly)
  17. Daydream - Gunter Kallman Choir (AKA: Daydream in blue - I Monster)
  18. Danube incident - Lalo Schifrin (AKA: Sour times - Portishead)
  19. Ashes, the rain and I - The James Gang (AKA: Right here, right now - Fatboy Slim)

Disc: 2

  1. The edge - David mcCallum (AKA: The next episode - Dr Dre)
  2. Apache - Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band (AKA: Know how - Young MC)
  3. Love love's to love - Lulu (AKA: Santa Cruz - Fatboy Slim)
  4. Unhooked generation - Freda Payne (AKA: Strong Island - JVC Force)
  5. Dance across the floor - Jimmy Bo Horne (AKA: The might hard rocker - Cash Money and Marvellous)
  6. Funky worm - Ohio Players (AKA: Boom! Shake the room - Jazy Jeff and the Fresh Prince)
  7. Deep Gully - Outlaw Blues Band (AKA: When the s**t goes down - Cypress Hill)
  8. Good humour man - Blue Mitchell (AKA: One to grow on - UMC's)
  9. Inside out - American Gypsy (AKA: Whatever, whenever - Groove Armada)
  10. Get up - Vernon Burch (AKA: Feel so good - Jamiroquai)
  11. I love you more - George Duke (AKA: Digital love - Daft Punk)
  12. You can't do it alone - Chic (AKA: Jus 1 kiss - Basement Jaxx)
  13. You showed me - The Turtles (AKA: Transmitting love from Mars - De La Soul)
  14. Let it all hang out - Los Hombres (AKA: Wear your love like Heaven - Definition of Sound)
  15. Merengue - Bolivar (AKA: Bingo bango - Basement Jaxx)
  16. Beat girl - John Barry and his Orchestra (AKA: The rockafeller skank - Fatboy Slim)
  17. Harlem shuffle - Bob and Earl (AKA: Jump around - House of Pain)
  18. I can't stand the rain - Ann Peebles (AKA: The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) - Missy Elliot)
  19. My way of life - Bert Kaempfert (AKA: Frontier psychiatrist - The Avalanches)
  20. Any other name - Thomas Newman (AKA: American dream - Jakatta)
  21. I won't hold you back - Toto (AKA: aAnother chance - Roger Sanchez)

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Fantastic set of CD's, however, in the age old tradition of sequels, this one fails to meet the high standards set by the first of this series. Don't let that take away from the excellent content. The tunes stand up by themselves, without relying on them being used in more recent tunes. It makes a great addition to the "Go on, guess what this one was used in" set, however if you don't own any of them yet - get the first one.
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By A Customer on 5 Mar. 2003
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This series of compilations has managed to remain consistent since vol 1. By this volume, some of the sampled tracks are more famous than those that sampled them, but they as a stand alone collection, one of the best around today.
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HASH(0x9a941600) out of 5 stars A Excellent Third Edition in the superb 'Sampled' Series.... 25 Mar. 2004
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Format: Audio CD
Possibly the greatest series of `Who Sampled this series of albums' the sampled series has remained consistently brilliant, and by implementing a judicious selection process across the all the albums, the quality has remained consistent. The people that are likely to get the most enjoyment from these albums are naturally people that cover a wide variety of Black/Urban/Motown/Jazz influenced music. But then people investigating this release will undoubtedly be familiar with the previous albums in the series. There is a lot of material to take in here (40 Tracks across 2 Cd's), and maybe not all of it, will appeal to everyone...but there's not denying some of the truly exceptional songs contained here. "Marlena shaw's - California Soul" is as powerful as Aretha in her prime......or the Motown groove of "Bob & Earl's" Harlem Shuffle" (sampled by `Cypress Hill'). `Basement Jaxx take the festival Carnival sounds of "Bolivar's - Merengue" for their "Bingo Bango" dance track. "Sly & the family Stone's - Into my own thing" provide the backdrop of "Fatboy Slim's -Weapon of Choice" a slightly irrelevant point, surprisingly a lot of the material that is actually sampled here, seemingly made its way into Hip-Hop/Dance music (bizarre). But taking this disc on its own merits, it works tremendously as a Cd to stick on with group of friends that'll relish guessing what track the samples where used for. But more importantly, when the novelty of guessing the tracks wears off, you are undoubtedly left with a utterly sublime collection of Rare groove, Jazz, Soul & Funk tracks, that are obviously more that worth the investigation, otherwise why would the artists sample them???
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