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Sometimes, samples can improve the atmosphere of a song just as much as the instruments (or even more). This is a compilationn of some of my favorite samples in metal. I'm trying to keep it one album per band but exceptions are just fine. Oh yeah, I forgot something: I'm not gonna be too specific about where these samples are. It's way more interesting to discover them on your own!

Recommendations are welcome! Just don't get upset if I don't like them. D:
Please write band AND album.

Rec's awaiting evaluation:
N.K.V.D. - Vlast
Will Haven - Voir Dire
The Monolith Deathcult - Trivmvirate
Necrophagia - Deathtrip 69
Cathedral - The Carnival Bizarre
Ævangelist - De Masticatione Mortuorum In Tumulis
Fantômas - Delirium Cordia
Metallica - Ride The Lightning, Master Of Puppets, ...And Justice For All
Deicide - Legion
Cathedral - The Carnival Bizarre
Tool - Lateralus, Ænima
Impaled - Mondo Medicale
Queens Of The Stone Age - Queens Of The Stone Age
Immortal - Sons of Northern Darkness
Heathen - Victims Of Deception
Fear Factory - Demanufacture
White Zombie
Strapping Young Lad - City
Static-X - Wisconsin Death Trip
Nailbomb - Point Blank
Impetigo - Horror Of The Zombies
Lamb Of God - Ashes Of The Wake
Buzz*Oven - ...At A Loss
Toxik - Think This
Hell - Human Remains
Machine Head - Burn My Eyes
Bolt Thrower - Mercenary
The Ruins Of Beverast - Unlock The Shrine, Foulest Semen Of A Sheltered Elite
Agalloch - Faustian Echoes
Alrakis - Alpha Eri
Blacklodge - Solarkult

Created by: Mr. Doctor | 22.12.2013



1. Aborted - Goremageddon: The Saw And The Carnage Done
"The doctor will be seeing you...". Very cheesy line but it works just fine as an opening to this brutal album (and one of their best songs).
2. Abruptum - Potestates Apocalypsis
Distant chants, hopeless patriotic songs, scraping iron, the sound of bullets and tanks tearing apart the earth, and the desolate wind that is left after everything is dead.
3. Acid Bath - When The Kite String Pops
Clockwork Orange couldn't be more appropiate for the last song of this insane album.
4. Agalloch - The Mantle
Samples from the classic "The Seventh Seal" and the cult "Fando y Lis". I just love how it turned out to be samples in both swedish and spanish. Made for me!
5. Ahab - The Call Of The Wretched Sea
The sound of thunder and the deranged cries of the captain.
6. Anaal Nathrakh - Domine Non Es Dignus
When you think the music can't crush you any further... 1984 comes along.
7. Brujeria - Raza Odiada
Some obligatory non-serious example.The intro is more effective if you are familiar with south american culture and spanish. Tongue in cheek stuff. Don't mess with the satanic narcos!
8. Candlemass - Epicus Doomicus Metallicus
Cheesy as hell but so ridicuously epic and classic that I can't exclude "Demon's Gate"'s intro.
9. Chaos Moon - Languor Into Echoes, Beyond
Bringing down the futility of everything like few others with that sample from "Memento".
10. Dark Lunacy - The Diarist
The melancholic russian chants, the sirens, the writing machine, the discourses, the distressing sounds of war and various forms of human suffering certainly give extra power to this concept album about the siege of Leningrad. The children choir at the end is heartbreaking.
11. Diapsiquir - Virus STN
Adding insanity into this satanic trip through shitty streets with the sounds of crying babies, cheerful childhood songs, random vomit here and there.
12. Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
From ridiculous "save your childrens from metal" tv shows to misanthropic comments from a movie(?) which name I can't find.
13. Esoteric - The Pernicious Enigma
Displaying the desperation from one of my favorite movies of all time (Scent of a woman).
14. Eyehategod - Take As Needed For Pain
SUFFERING FROM ADDICTION TO DRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS, ALCOHOL, ALCOHOL, ALCOHOL...
15. Funeral Mist - Salvation
Creepy barking dogs, choirs, prayers and music from an old film. if you know the name of the movie (ending of the last song btw), please let me know.
16. Fungoid Stream - Oceanus
These guys basically one-up'd Ahab by making a song around a real whale song.
17. Gnaw Their Tongues - An Epiphanic Vomiting Of Blood
No list about samples would be complete without an example of Mories brilliant work. I love the insane (and real) interrogation sample. Terrifying.
18. Godflesh - Streetcleaner
While we are already talking about interrogations. Here's another one brought to you by Henry Lee Lucas!
19. Igorrr - Moisissure
Impossible to choose just one from this artist, but if I must... I think I'll go with the altered version of an old 20's song on "Brutal Swing".
20. Immolation - Close To A World Below
"Didn't you say Jesus was coming?"... After that, Immolation send him right back to hell.
21. Katatonia - Brave Murder Day
I never use samples, but when I do... I choose a great one from Shining!
22. Life Of Agony - River Runs Red
A great concept based only on samples scattered throughout the album. A rather frustrating listening from a dysfunctional home.
23. Lifelover - Pulver
Just like Diapsiquir, we get a handful of low-life sounds together with children songs, girls having sex and one of the most cheerful moments at the end fo the album.
24. Lurker Of Chalice - Lurker Of Chalice
Oh my, this is it... Where to start with this one: Distressing crows, a chilling sample from the Omen, and let's not even start with "This Blood Falls As Mortal, Pt. 3"... Simply overwhelming.
25. Ministry - Rio Grande Blood
The manipulated samples from George W. Bush just crack me up every single time.
26. Murmuüre - Murmuüre
Due to the extremely organic feeling of this album. Catching up specific sounds is a hard task but the constant sound of insects will forever stay with you.
27. Neurosis - Enemy Of The Sun
"Are you lost?" "...Yes" A great way to start the album, discussing the feeling of limitless time in our lifes.
28. Panopticon - Kentucky
A call to arms to better working conditions for the miners. Simple words from simple people. Stay together and you will defeat them all!
29. Paradise Lost - Draconian Times
Do you really know what "sorry" means? Because judging by "Forever Failure", Charles Manson doesn't know what it means.
30. Peste Noire - L'Ordure A L'Etat Pur
A big part of the joy I get from this album is from the (mostly) ridiculous samples. Wolves, crazy chickes, silly sword fights, cheesy loading of guns, and what appears to be a porno(?).
31. Pig Destroyer - Prowler In The Yard
"No. No. No. This is beautiful. This is art."
32. Shining - IV - The Eerie Cold
The ending with the American Psycho sample is great and all... But the telling of a life backwards in the title track is simply amazing.
33. The Amenta - n0n
The girl talking in "Skin" sounds as hot as she sounds dirty and disturbing... Maybe there's something wrong with me . D:
34. Theatre Of Tragedy - Velvet Darkness They Fear
Easily in my top 5 of best samples EVER. These guys really knew how to use the samples from "The Masque of the Red Death" in the song "And When He Falleth". Many bands just put the sample on top without thinking too much about it but here you can hear how the music was written around the dialogue, making the message stronger.
35. Today Is The Day - Temple Of The Morning Star
Because we need more samples of girls talking about their lesbian experiences.
36. Torsofuck - Erotic Diarrhea Fantasy
"Raped By Elephants"... Seriously, there's nothing more to say about this album. Hilarious shit (no pun intended).
37. Type O Negative - World Coming Down
Sinus, Liver, and Lung. Those three interludes display three different ways to die due to a certain addiction. Quite a shivering listen.
38. Woburn House - Message To Ourselves Outside The Dreaming Machine
Post metal band from Germany. The album starts with "River" and sets the mood perfectly with a sample from the movie "Waking Life" with a man discussing the dissapointing state of humanity due to our fear and laziness.
39. Woburn House - Monstrous Manoeuvres In The Mushroom Maze
I just had to make another slot for this album. The song Oil perfectly uses the famous speech from the mad Tv guy from the classic movie "Network".
40. Wormrot - Abuse
Because FUCK pigs...



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Ozman - 22.12.2013 at 18:19  
Kireg - Patrick Bateman e.p. should be on this list. No need to tell you what film the samples are from
Mary N. - 22.12.2013 at 18:22  
Brave Murder Day ? Shining ? Where ? In which part of album ?
Mr. Doctor - 22.12.2013 at 18:26  
Written by Mary N. on 22.12.2013 at 18:22
Brave Murder Day ? Shining ? Where ? In which part of album ?

In the first half of Endtime.
I'll try to not be very specific in the descriptions... Because I think it's way more interesting to discover them.
mz - 22.12.2013 at 18:27  
Well good way to give up your virginity
Mr. Doctor - 22.12.2013 at 18:29  
Written by mz on 22.12.2013 at 18:27
Well good way to give up your virginity

Almost as good as the other time.
mz - 22.12.2013 at 18:30  
I'd also go for N.K.V.D. No idea wth they are about since I don't understand them but they suit the music prefectly
Mary N. - 22.12.2013 at 18:31  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 22.12.2013 at 18:26

Written by Mary N. on 22.12.2013 at 18:22
Brave Murder Day ? Shining ? Where ? In which part of album ?

In the first half of Endtime.
I'll try to not be very specific in the descriptions... Because I think it's way more interesting to discover them.

I see , right on , nice idea of list
Uldreth - 22.12.2013 at 18:33  
I knew Lurker of Chalice would be here the moment I saw the list name and author



For some reason I really love the sample at the end of this song. I have no idea where it is from but the one who speaks sounds a lot like the actor who plays Galen in the various Babylon 5-related stuffs in which he is in, and I fucking love Galen. The sample itself sounds quite Babylon 5-ish but I don't remember this exact speech happening anywhere.
Mr. Doctor - 22.12.2013 at 18:34  
Written by Mary N. on 22.12.2013 at 18:31
Nice idea of list

Thank you! I was glad to see there wasn't a list like this around here (not any I could find anyways...)
Mary N. - 22.12.2013 at 18:35  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 22.12.2013 at 18:34

Thank you! I was glad to see there wasn't a list like this around here (not any I could find anyways...)

yeah your list is really far from the other cliches.
Erik M. - 22.12.2013 at 18:41  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 22.12.2013 at 18:26

I'll try to not be very specific in the descriptions... Because I think it's way more interesting to discover them.


Why not? In my opinion it would be far better to also list the songs because to me it's also unclear which samples you're talking about in case of certain albums that I know very well (like The Mantle).

That being said, definitely an interesting and original list. I will try to come up with suggestions, but that isn't very easy for a list like this.
Mr. Doctor - 22.12.2013 at 18:44  
Written by Erik M. on 22.12.2013 at 18:41
??? Why not? In my opinion it would be far better to also list the songs because to me it's also unclear which samples you're talking about in case of certain albums that I know very well (like The Mantle).


Let's compromise: I'd have no problem commenting them here. But I wont put them up there based on stylistic reasons (I just preffer to comment on the overall feeling so to speak)... Like I said, I think it's way more interesting to discover something on your own than by just knowing the exact place of the sample. Naming the album is enough... Also, some albums have various samples throughout the whole album... Won't waste my time writing the name of all the tracks (Lurker Of Chalice for example has samples in basically half the album).

About The Mantle: the song in particular is "The Hawthorne Passage".
Erik M. - 22.12.2013 at 18:51  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 22.12.2013 at 18:44

Let's compromise: I'd have no problem commenting them here. But I wont put them up there based on stylistic reasons (I just preffer to comment on the overall feeling so to speak)... Like I said, I think it's way more interesting to discover something on your own than by just knowing the exact place of the sample. Naming the album is enough... Also, some albums have various samples throughout the whole album... Won't waste my time writing the name of all the tracks (Lurker Of Chalice for example has samples in basically half the album).

About The Mantle: the song in particular is "The Hawthorne Passage".


Ah I see. Well, I see what you mean but I can't say I agree. And I did suspect it's The Hawthorne Passage, which you now confirmed.
Cynic Metalhead - 22.12.2013 at 19:23  
Great stack, Rod.
Czerny Reiter - 22.12.2013 at 21:11  
Interesting list. Panopticon's Kentucky should find a place here.
Mr. Doctor - 22.12.2013 at 21:18  
Written by Czerny Reiter on 22.12.2013 at 21:11
Interesting list. Panopticon's Kentucky should find a place here.

Thank you for the suggestion. Will put it in with the other rec's awaiting evaluation.
Spirit Molecule - 23.12.2013 at 11:19  
So by samples you mean, movie samples?
I could also take this to mean samples they the band triggers from a laptop/drum trigger when they play live, that just enhance the overall sound of the album.
Syk - 23.12.2013 at 11:27  
Fantômas? Was also hoping to see Tool or DJ Shadow... Four more good+ songs come to mind, some of which may be hard to find... Necrophagia (Deathtrip 69), Zirconium (Tranquil Sky (local demo from who knows when)), Cathedral's Hopkins (vid from '95 should be easily accessible) and Benighted (Collapse around 2006). Also Aborted's 2003 vid Meticulous I... though that's probably not substantial enough to put on the list. More of their ilk.. Trepalium (first video), Cephalic Carnage, Carcass/Impaled
Uldreth - 23.12.2013 at 11:39  
Written by Spirit Molecule on 23.12.2013 at 11:19

So by samples you mean, movie samples?
I could also take this to mean samples they the band triggers from a laptop/drum trigger when they play live, that just enhance the overall sound of the album.

Considering the list has movei samples (The Hawthorne Passage f. ex.) as well as "Distant chants, hopeless patriotic songs, scraping iron, the sound of bullets and tanks tearing apart the earth, and the desolate wind that is left after everything is dead." probably I'd say both . I think he just means non-musical effects that enhance the music.
Spirit Molecule - 23.12.2013 at 12:06  
Written by Syk on 23.12.2013 at 11:27

DJ Shadow


DJ Shadow uses a shit load of samples, but that's coz he's a DJ.
I think Rod's talking mostly just metal related releases.

I'd say
The Monolith Deathcult's Trivmvirate
Church of Misery's albums
From Monument To Masses (it's a bit overused though)
Maybeshewill
Mr. Doctor - 23.12.2013 at 12:26  
Written by Uldreth on 23.12.2013 at 11:39
I think he just means non-musical effects that enhance the music.

This is basically what I'm going for.

Written by Spirit Molecule on 23.12.2013 at 12:06
I think Rod's talking mostly just metal related releases.

Yes, it must be metal related... Just because otherwise this would be waaaay too long for my tastes. Also, I must dig both the music and the sample itself (hence why I didn't inluce Marcel's recommendation since I loved the American Psycho smaples but hated Krieg's EP).
Written by Syk on 23.12.2013 at 11:27

Fantômas? Was also hoping to see Tool or DJ Shadow... Four more good+ songs come to mind, some of which may be hard to find... Necrophagia (Deathtrip 69), Zirconium (Tranquil Sky (local demo from who knows when)), Cathedral's Hopkins (vid from '95 should be easily accessible) and Benighted (Collapse around 2006). Also Aborted's 2003 vid Meticulous I... though that's probably not substantial enough to put on the list. More of their ilk.. Trepalium (first video), Cephalic Carnage, Carcass/Impaled

Quote:
The Monolith Deathcult's Trivmvirate
Church of Misery's albums
From Monument To Masses (it's a bit overused though)
Maybeshewill


Recs shall be considered as long as they meet the basic criteria. So sorry, no Maybeshewill... I do agree with you though, those guys are great. I loved their sample of Network (Woburn House used the same as well).
Syk, if you could be extra specific for Trepalium, Cephalic Carnage, Carcass, Tool, Fantomâs, and Impaled (which album?) that would be dandy. You don't need to post the song names though. I like discovering them on my own!
mz - 23.12.2013 at 13:07  
How about Aevangelist??
Mr. Doctor - 23.12.2013 at 13:27  
Written by mz on 23.12.2013 at 13:07
How about Aevangelist??

They are a tricky one tbh... I shall revisit their debut because you kind of wonder if the sounds are made by the band if they really took them from somewhere else outside the band if you get my point.
Then again, no point in being so strict (for example, I don't know if the guys from The Amenta asked someone to do the female voice or if it is from somewhere else)... This is just for fun anyways!
Syk - 23.12.2013 at 13:44  
Fantômas is the Cordia album from 10 years ago, (&?) maybe the one before that. Um... just to be clear, is this mainly about stuff with more than one [short] sample in a song (like the intros for Kataklysm's album openers (e.g. Shadows & Dust))?
Mr. Doctor - 23.12.2013 at 14:00  
Written by Syk on 23.12.2013 at 13:44

Fantômas is the Cordia album from 10 years ago, (&?) maybe the one before that. Um... just to be clear, is this mainly about stuff with more than one [short] sample in a song (like the intros for Kataklysm's album openers (e.g. Shadows & Dust))?


Katatonia's Brave Murder Day has only one sample. That should answer your question. The only critaria for me is:
- It's metal
- I like the sample.
- I like the music.

That's it.
Syk - 23.12.2013 at 15:11  
Alright, that's good. Here we go... (possibly Rush 1976's 2112 / Alice Cooper's BDB from '73)
Metallica - 1984 RtL. I've always loved FFwF, the siren in "Escape" and the wind in "The Call of Ktulu" (also MoP's laughing outro and the masterpiece tracks 4 & 7 on AJFA in '88)
Candlemass - 1986
Carcass - first two or three albums
Asphyx - 1991 The Rack
Deicide - 1992 Legion
Anathema - 1995 The Silent Enigma (potentially also Paradise Lost Gothic... MDB?)
Cathedral - 1995 (oh - Sabbath? 1970, 1971 intros...) (and for samples at the same time as music, Cathedral '02 closer "Halo of Fire" + "It's All So Real" on 8 Foot Sativa's debut)
Cephalic Carnage - 2000 at the least
(Katakly as mentioned above, all intros from 2000 on. That first one was the longest/most substantial while Epic and Dust may have/be the best)
Children Of Bodom? - Follow the Reaper
Tool - 2001 Lateralus and I believe track 10 at the minimum on 1996/7's album
Impaled - 2002 Mondo Medicale, perhaps others
Fantomas - 2004, maybe others
Maniaca and/or Cryptopsy... at least the former's intro to track 5... along with late appearances for Kekal - all 2005
also if you can find it, the last demo before Altar split up (specifically "God Is a Lie" works great!) in 2007 (more antiChr? Vital Remains, same year)
You may also want to see what's on MS' Videos pages for Disillusion, Brutal Truth, Trepalium and Genghis Tron
And I will be interested to see if anyone talks about Ephel Duath

edit for the 37th time, just a few more: Zao - end of All Else Failed, W.A.S.P.'s 1984 debut, Venom - Prime Evil (wasn't it '89?) and self-titled Queens Of The Stone Age from 2000. Oh, and how could I forget, last track on Immortal's Sons of Northern Darkness, probably the best of the lot! Though that may be just sound effect, as opposed to a sample... a great speech sample does start up Heathen's VoD (1991)

edit for the new year - underlined a handful that just would not be the same w/o th' sample[s] (thanks Rodney) ... ... plus... IM NOTB?!
bif91 - 23.12.2013 at 17:21  
This is one of my very top favorite sample in a song, it just goes so well together. I listen to it very often


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMoLqpsfM_E
Neroese - 23.12.2013 at 21:09  
FLA from Millenium album? Oomph or any industrial metal?
Lit. - 24.12.2013 at 00:45  
I approve of this list... vigorously.

I myself recommend:

Fear Factory - Demanufacture ("They only lived to face a new nightmare: A war against the machiinnneess...")
White Zombie and their cubic buttload of samples
Strapping Young Lad - City
Static-X - Wisconsin Death Trip
Nailbomb - Point Blank (HATE IS REALITY!)
Impetigo - Horror Of The Zombies
Lamb Of God - Ashes Of The Wake (The sample in title track)
Buzz*Oven - ...At A Loss
Toxik - Think This (The TV samples in between each song)
Hell - Human Remains
Sabaton - The Art Of War (Love those quotes from the actual book itself)
Machine Head - Burn My Eyes (Real Eyes, Real Lies, Realize. That is all.)
Mr. Doctor - 24.12.2013 at 00:50  
Guess I have some homework to do. Thanks a bunch folks! I'll do my best to keep this updated.
ANGEL REAPER - 24.12.2013 at 02:10  
I would suggest Bolt Thrower's Mercenary ...Its not full of samples but damn they are used good!
Just listen the start of No Guts No Glory
Apothecary - 24.12.2013 at 19:02  
This is really the only track on the album that has any samples in it, but I really like the ones in this, whatever they're from
Rodney - 01.01.2014 at 14:24  
I think an exception would be reasonable for Agalloch to include Faustian Echoes. That song would be massively different without the samples. I particularly love the ending.
InnerSelf - 01.01.2014 at 18:52  
Written by Apothecary on 24.12.2013 at 19:02

This is really the only track on the album that has any samples in it, but I really like the ones in this, whatever they're from

And the opening to the first song from the debut : "They know who I am ... They got my shield, don't you get it! ... The eyes, I saw his eyes!"
Song.

Love the list Rod, lots of interesting stuff
Apothecary - 01.01.2014 at 23:13  
Written by InnerSelf on 01.01.2014 at 18:52

And the opening to the first song from the debut : "They know who I am ... They got my shield, don't you get it! ... The eyes, I saw his eyes!"
Song.

From Between Bronze Walls, yes! Thank you, I always wondered what it was that sample was saying
Erik M. - 01.01.2014 at 23:39  
Written by Rodney on 01.01.2014 at 14:24

I think an exception would be reasonable for Agalloch to include Faustian Echoes. That song would be massively different without the samples. I particularly love the ending.


Strange I didn't think of this. Faustian Echoes is pretty much essential for this list I'd say.
!J.O.O.E.! - 02.01.2014 at 01:21  
The description for Abruptum sounds rather familiar

Nice idea for a list though.
Mr. Doctor - 02.01.2014 at 01:23  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 02.01.2014 at 01:21
The description for Abruptum sounds rather familiar

My way of saying I love you.... and a way of saying "I just couldn't come up with something witty".
!J.O.O.E.! - 02.01.2014 at 01:33  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 02.01.2014 at 01:23

My way of saying I love you.... and a way of saying "I just couldn't come up with something witty".

Heheh, well you did pretty well here in general :3
InnerSelf - 02.01.2014 at 17:28  
This is great as well (Alrakis - Sternenstaub). I really enjoyed Sunshine inspite of it being kinda cheesy (and derivative).
Introspekrieg - 05.01.2014 at 08:32  
Written by Guest on 23.12.2013 at 21:09

FLA from Millenium album? Oomph or any industrial metal?

Or the infamous:




Quote:
The album was out of print for over a decade due to copyright infringement: the seventh track, "Liebeslied", used unauthorized samples from a recording of "O Fortuna", from Carl Orff's 1930s cantata Carmina Burana. The album was recalled approximately three years after being released. Copies today are rare and considered collector's items.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Na%C3%AFve_(album)
Neroese - 05.01.2014 at 11:28  
THere is also some samples on The Monolith Deathcults 'Tetragrammaton'.
Jericho Rehling - 01.06.2014 at 01:55  
Its very cheesy, but I love the samples in the intro to Vital Remains' Dechristianize.
Ilham - 03.06.2014 at 14:41  
Dude, as I understand what is said in all the samples Diapsiquir used in Virus STN, I'd bump it right to the first place. They're so kvlt we used to randomly use them in everyday life situations. But it's a great list. You get a +1. Do you update it regularly?
Mr. Doctor - 03.06.2014 at 14:49  
Written by Ilham on 03.06.2014 at 14:41

Dude, as I understand what is said in all the samples Diapsiquir used in Virus STN, I'd bump it right to the first place. They're so kvlt we used to randomly use them in everyday life situations. But it's a great list. You get a +1. Do you update it regularly?


Hah, I'd love to understand what the samples and vocalist are saying. Thanks for the thumbs up. As for updates: Now that summer vacations are upon me, I have no excuses for not checking out all the recommendations I got from everybody... xD So yeah. I'll work on it soon...ish. It's definitely not dead though.

As for first places. I don't have any. Alphabetical order to make it easier for me.
Ilham - 03.06.2014 at 14:56  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 03.06.2014 at 14:49

Hah, I'd love to understand what the samples and vocalist are saying. Thanks for the thumbs up. As for updates: Now that summer vacations are upon me, I have no excuses for not checking out all the recommendations I got from everybody... xD So yeah. I'll work on it soon...ish. It's definitely not dead though.

As for first places. I don't have any. Alphabetical order to make it easier for me.


Whoooops. Didn't notice that, sorry . Well, let me listen to the craziest track on that album, I'll type and translate the samples for ya.
Mr. Doctor - 03.06.2014 at 15:14  
Written by Ilham on 03.06.2014 at 14:56
Well, let me listen to the craziest track on that album, I'll type and translate the samples for ya.

Awwww that's sweet of you. :3
In huge contrast with what I'm about to read I pressume...
Ilham - 03.06.2014 at 16:20  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 03.06.2014 at 15:14

Awwww that's sweet of you. :3
In huge contrast with what I'm about to read I pressume...

Yep! Horrible. The lyrics themselves deserve to be translated. Just a peak. "Génération Maudite Pénétration Interdite" is a track describing the raping of a child. The one with the crying baby sample. Ahem:

"Allez, laisse-moi te toucher, arrête de bouger ! / Je pourrais être ton père tu sais." = Come on, let me touch you! / I could be your father you know.
"Haha, tu as peur, acide est ma sueur / Ah... si t'avais une soeur..." = Haha, you're scared, acid is my sweat / Ah... if only you had a sister...


Then there's that sample in track 5, "Diapsiquir" at 1'13":

"Si vous ne l'avez pas compris, c'est parce que Dieu ne s'adressait pas à vous. Moi je l'ai vu ! Moi j'y ai accès ! J'ai trouvé la formule! Il m'a guidé, il m'a appelé ! C'est moi, MOI qu'il a choisi !"
It translates into : "If you didn't understand it, it's because God wasn't talking to you. I have seen it! I have access to it! I found the formula! He guided me, he called me! It is me, ME, whom he chose!"

I can't find the source of this sample, but I am almost certain it's a quote from the movie Pi I talked to you about the other night (I think it was you). It's a great movie, which I should watch again, at least to find out if this is where the sample comes from.

Talking about awesome fucked up French BM, Blacklodge used some pretty cool samples in SolarKult too. But I'm sure you're familiar with Blacklodge.
Mr. Doctor - 03.06.2014 at 17:58  
Hahahaha hilarious stuff. Basically what I was expecting to read. Seems like they are the french alternative to Lifelover's lyrics.
Written by Ilham on 03.06.2014 at 16:20
Talking about awesome fucked up French BM, Blacklodge used some pretty cool samples in SolarKult too. But I'm sure you're familiar with Blacklodge.

I only know them by name and a review from mah man Lucas. I'll remind myself to finally check them out. if I did, it was aeons ago.
Ilham - 03.06.2014 at 18:04  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 03.06.2014 at 17:58

I only know them by name and a review from mah man Lucas. I'll remind myself to finally check them out. if I did, it was aeons ago.


Noooo, Lucas doesn't like Blacklodge, don't listen to what he says. He was already in his doom/drone period when he wrote that one. I remember arguing with him about it. It's definitely something you have to listen to if you like Diapsiquir. It's a lot more techo/industrial though. Some say Login:SataN is better than Solarkult, but I disagree.

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