As it says: Favorite usage of sound samples (movie, TV show clips, real life speeches, etc.).
I myself got a guilty pleasure of these being used.
My favorite songs where they're used:
Fear Factory - (H-K) Hunter-Killer
A sample from Terminator 2, I think: "They lived only to face a new nightmare - the war against the Machines."
Especially at the end.
Ministry - So What?
Various samples from The Violent Years, including the judge's dialog. Also some from Scarface, and I think the laugh is from A Fistful of Dollars.
Also quite like the samples used on Shining's Eerie Cold and Halmstad. There are loads others, but these are off the top of my head.
Let the games begin.
I love that this shoutbox was buzzing a moment ago, but as soon as I start talking about shipping, the room just clears. You're all hanging around talking about classics and I roll up with my HP fanfics yelling "I CAN HANG!"
Ministry's "Thieves" immediately jumps to mind. Chock full o' Full Metal Jacket. Was always fun at the clubs when it came on, all the mosh-warriors would slow down, yell along, then get back to crashing into each other once it picked up again.
get the fuck off my lawn.
bloodyrenn Account deleted
09.08.2013 at 14:29
It's kind of ironic because I am actually a huge horror film fan but am not really into the metal subgenres that tend to embrace horror film samples (namely death metal). I know bands like Impetigo, Entombed (at least the early stuff) and a whole slew of others sample the films that I love but they're not what I am into, haha. As for what I do dig I find that the samples played throughout When The Walls Go Down by Evergrey are quite potent and masterfully placed throughout the song. The samples of The Wicker Man (the original, of course) found throughout Agalloch's The White EP are very enjoyable as well.
Neroese Account deleted
09.08.2013 at 20:01
Veil of Maya - Punisher (probably). THeres a sample from guy from YT who discuss about Periphery and djent.
After listening to The Algorithm's debut full-length again, I've been reminded how much I like Rémi's use of samples all the way through.
EDIT: Now that I've heard it for the first time, Dream Theater's Space-Dye Vest. It's already an emotional song, but that first sample adds SO much. At least, to me. Not really sure why it does, either.