Friday, June 8, 2007

Day 5: Tricks are for kids

Let me start by saying Czar does this quote look familiar:

****“Justin Timberlake's "Oh no" samples Soul II Soul "Back to Life" (hint: play Soul II Soul

Don't know why he picked this track, but it works in the song."****

It should because you posted it December 15th……….2003 (we both know where) That’s over 4 years ago but yet here you are up to your same old tricks trying to fool people with some “exclusive” sample. That’s twice now that you’ve posted old samples in this war. That in itself should be an automatic disqualification but hey I’ll give you yet another pass.

Yes of course I know all about the sounds coming from the Outer Limits Theme Song. You actually prove my very point. Most (not all) sample CDs, use real music, sounds, etc from various movies, songs and so on. The very sample CDs themselves are based on real songs so how are they not considered samples? Just because they didn’t come from the original source? Hmmm....Czar you yourself said that the Deepest India CDs are based on Indian songs yet you post samples from them all the time and regard them as samples. I guess it’s because you are the “king” right, you can get away with it. Well enough with the long wided jibes let’s DO WORK:

I’ll start with Bubba Sparxxx’s 2 freestyles from the Mudd Katz album. This Freestyle 1 samples John Cougar Mellenncamps’ classic track "Jack And Diane." (love that video) Then there’s this Freestyle 2 that samples Queen’s "Another One Bites The Dust.” Now I know what you’re going to say Czar “Boogie these are so simple” Well check your sample mixes again my friend, you had no problem putting up Nelly Furtado's obvious sample (from her own damn song no less) in Jade’s “Ching Ching Ching” so don’t give me “easy.”

Moving on take a listen to the beginning of Missy’s "Play That Beat" that samples one of my favorite rap tracks growing up MC Breed’s "Ain’t No Future In Yo Frontin.’" Sticking with more of my favorites, take a listen to Ginuwine’s "When Doves Cry" that samples the legendary Tribe Called Quest's "Check The Rhime."

So if that’s not enough poor Czar, there was a comment asking about choral samples. Well of all Timbo sounds and samples, his choral ones are my favorite. One is that is so powerful is in Bubba Sparxxx’s "Nowhere" Tim actually got that from someone he worked with in the past, Janet Jackson, from her track ”This Time."

So Czar there’s my 5 days. I gave you movies, sample CDs, soundtracks, orchestra, choral, and all things in between and the only interesting sample you’ve brought to the table is the “Chili Sauce” sample from yesterday. You’re reign is over.


  1. Boog man..u put up a good fight, u came with that hard shit, but czar just outdid u in the was tied up until last round lol but PROPS on all the hard work and diggin u done man

  2. nice dudes, cool samplez, to me its still a tie...
    who of y'all can identify some drumbreaks/ drumsounds (snare!!!)timbo has used throughout his career? shed some light on it, czar, boogie???


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