Discazo de la semana: endtroducing

si digo que es tostado me tachan de racista pk dj shadow es negro, asi que solo lo recomendare como una obra de arte de la conchasumadre y tiene el record ginness de ser el primer disco en haber sido hecho 100% con samples. y en el 96.

descarguelo de aki (y si eres de la riaa, me hackearon el blog y fue un anonimo el que lo posteo desde mi ip)

la descarga para todos (menos la riaa) => ______

y si a alguien le interesa, la lista de samples (donde pueden notar que dj shadow usa twin peaks igual que kid_nap)

The following lists some of the songs and sounds sampled for Endtroducing.

Best Foot Forward
"It's My Turn" by Stezo
"Real Deal" by Lifer's Group
"He's My DJ" by Sparky Dee
"Poison" by Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo
"Dynamite" by Masters of Ceremony
"Cold Chillin' in the Spot" by Jazzy Jay
"Do or Die Bed-Stuy" by Divine Sounds
"Party's Gettin' Rough" by Beastie Boys
"You Can't Stop the Prophet" by Jeru the Damaja
"Concerto for Jazz/Rock Orchestra, Parts 1-4" by Stanley Clarke

Building Steam with a Grain of Salt
"I Worship You" by Lexia
"I Need You" by H.P. Riot
"I Feel a New Shadow" by Jeremy Storch
"Planetary Motivations (Cancer)" by Mort Garson
"Music Makers: Percussion" by the Chevron/Standard Oil Company of California (1974) From an interview with George Marsh, jazz drummer, percussionist

The Number Song
"Orion" by Metallica
"Breakdown" by T La Rock
"AJ Scratch" by Kurtis Blow
"Quit Jivin'" by Pearly Queen
"Baby Don't Cry" by The Third Guitar
"8 Counts for Rita" by Jimmy Smith
"Corruption is the King" by Chrystal Illusion
"Sexy Coffee Pot" by Tony Avalon & The Belairs
"Can I Kick It [Spirit Mix]" by A Tribe Called Quest
"Back to the Hip-Hop" by The Troubleneck Brothers
"Bad Luck" by Don Covay & the Lemon Blues Band
"Who Got the Number" by Pigmeat Markham & the B.Y.
"Fantastic Freaks at the Dixie" by DJ Grand Wizard Theodore
"Flash it to the Beat" (Live), & "Freelance" by Grandmaster Flash
"Been Had" by Sapo

Changeling/Transmission 1
"Inner Mood I" & "Touching Souls" by Kay Gardner
"Soft Shell" by Motherlode
"Klondyke Netti" by Embryo
"Invisible Limits" by Tangerine Dream
"Imagination Fruit" by Imagination Fruit
"Here Comes the Meterman" by The Meters
The Dream Message from Prince of Darkness
"The Man Who Couldn't Cry" by Loudon Wainwright III

What Does Your Soul Look Like, Pt. 4
"The Vision and the Voice, Part 1 - The Vision" by Flying Island

Untitled (Track 06)
"Grey Boy" by Human Race

Stem/Long Stem/Transmission 2
"Tears" by Giorgio Moroder
"Love Suite" by Nirvana
"Linde Manor" by Dennis Linde
"Dolmen Music" by Meredith Monk
"The Human Abstract" by David Axelrod
"The Madness Subsides" by Pekka Pohjola
"Freedom" (spoken word) by Murray Roman
"Variazione III. (Tredicesimo Cortile)" by Osanna
The Dream Message from Prince of Darkness
"Blues So Bad" by The Mystic Number National Bank
"Oleo Strut" by Steve Drews (as part of Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Co.)

Mutual Slump
"Possibly Maybe" by Björk
"Love, Love, Love" by Pugh Rogefeldt
"More Than Seven Dwarfs in Penis-Land" by Roger Waters & Ron Geesin

Organ Donor
"Tears" by Giorgio Moroder
"Someone" by Bill & Tim
"PM or Later (Instrumental)" by The New Breed
"There's a DJ in Your Town" by Samson & Delilah

Midnight in a Perfect World
"Sower of Seeds" by Baraka
"Outta State" by Akinyele
"Life Could" by Rotary Connection
"California Soul" by Marlena Shaw
"The Human Abstract" by David Axelrod
"The Madness Subsides" by Pekka Pohjola
"Dolmen Music" & "Gotham Lullaby" by Meredith Monk
"Releasing Hypnotical Gases" by Organized Konfusion
"Summer Breeze" by The Isley Brothers
"Soul" by S.O.U.L.

Napalm Brain/Scatter Brain
"'Pon a Hill" by T. Rex
"Walk on By" by Joann Garrett
Dialogue from The Aurora Encounter
"Moment of Truth" by Charles Bernstein
"2001: A Space Odyssey" by Daly-Wilson Bigband
"A Funky Kind of Thing" by Billy Cobham
"Let the Homicides Begin" by Top Priority
"Soul Brothers Testify" by The Original Soul Senders

What Does Your Soul Look Like, Pt. 1: Blue Sky Revisit
"All Our Love" by Shawn Phillips
"Joe Spilivigates" by David Young
"Nucleus" by Alan Parsons Project
The Dream Message from Prince of Darkness
"Voice of the Saxophone" by The Heath Brothers
Voice of the "The Giant" from episode 14 of Twin Peaks

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