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DJ shadow's debut album 'Entroducing' (released by Mo Wax records) uses a sample of Invisible Limits on the track Changeling (it's credited on the sleeve I hear)

Certainly not the first time this album has been sampled and probably not the last either

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24db wrote:
Just red this bit of info:

DJ shadow's debut album 'Entroducing' (released by Mo Wax records) uses a sample of Invisible Limits on the track Changeling (it's credited on the sleeve I hear)

Certainly not the first time this album has been sampled and probably not the last either



Tell you what Andy,thats a damn fine album in its own right :wink:

I was in Spillers Records(Cardiff) a few years back and that was playing in the background,i listened to it for around 30 minutes and asked the Lady behind the counter who it was................i was so impressed i bought it 8)

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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
Just red this bit of info:

DJ shadow's debut album 'Entroducing' (released by Mo Wax records) uses a sample of Invisible Limits on the track Changeling (it's credited on the sleeve I hear)

Certainly not the first time this album has been sampled and probably not the last either



Tell you what Andy,thats a damn fine album in its own right :wink:

I was in Spillers Records(Cardiff) a few years back and that was playing in the background,i listened to it for around 30 minutes and asked the Lady behind the counter who it was................i was so impressed i bought it 8)

Had to read that a few times Colin before I realised you weren't talking about Stratosfear. Kept thinking "Surely he's heard it before?". :oops:


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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
Just red this bit of info:

DJ shadow's debut album 'Entroducing' (released by Mo Wax records) uses a sample of Invisible Limits on the track Changeling (it's credited on the sleeve I hear)

Certainly not the first time this album has been sampled and probably not the last either



Tell you what Andy,thats a damn fine album in its own right :wink:

I was in Spillers Records(Cardiff) a few years back and that was playing in the background,i listened to it for around 30 minutes and asked the Lady behind the counter who it was................i was so impressed i bought it 8)


I think Ed buller (of Node fame) mentioned him to me a while back, when I asked him what he's been listening to recently.

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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
Just red this bit of info:

DJ shadow's debut album 'Entroducing' (released by Mo Wax records) uses a sample of Invisible Limits on the track Changeling (it's credited on the sleeve I hear)

Certainly not the first time this album has been sampled and probably not the last either



Tell you what Andy,thats a damn fine album in its own right :wink:

I was in Spillers Records(Cardiff) a few years back and that was playing in the background,i listened to it for around 30 minutes and asked the Lady behind the counter who it was................i was so impressed i bought it 8)

Had to read that a few times Colin before I realised you weren't talking about Stratosfear. Kept thinking "Surely he's heard it before?". :oops:



I could never have lived that down Chris :oops: Phew

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One of my golden rules, is that I NEVER purchase or listen to any "artist" that uses the "DJ" moniker. :twisted:

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EricDraven wrote:
One of my golden rules, is that I NEVER purchase or listen to any "artist" that uses the "DJ" moniker. :twisted:


DJ Klaus Schulze ;)

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I bought this album, and it's good, even with a DJ label....not bad for a fiver as well

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24db wrote:
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epsilon75 wrote:
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my post was in response to spam...long since corrected.

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One of my golden rules, is that I NEVER purchase or listen to any "artist" that uses the "DJ" moniker. :twisted:


I bought a couple of discs by the likes of Paul Okenfold and Sasha's excellent "Expander" ep and love them. Sasha's track Baja is amazing (although sampled) and could easily be played live......


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One of my golden rules, is that I NEVER purchase or listen to any "artist" that uses the "DJ" moniker. :twisted:


I bought a couple of discs by the likes of Paul Okenfold and Sasha's excellent "Expander" ep and love them. Sasha's track Baja is amazing (although sampled) and could easily be played live......



Im a BIG fan of "Sasha's VoYage of Ima" on the BT album "IMA" great stuff IMHO :D

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