Madvillain Samples (Mixtape)


Time for an extraordinary sample lesson: Madvillain’s Madvillainy. The album marked high points in the careers of both Madlib and DOOM. Madlib is know for his superior crate digging skills, but this album is easily his best complete album production. Take this one hour long journey into the original source material that is the DNA of one of the best Hip Hop albums of all time!


Sun-Ra and his Astro Infinity Arkestra – Contrast [‘The Illest Villains’] Morton Stevens – Beach Trip [‘The Illest Villains’] Frankenstein (1931) – “Don’t touch that…” [‘The Illest Villains’] The Wild One (1953) – “What’s the matter…” [‘The Illest Villains’] I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957) – “Doctor, please help me…” [‘The Illest Villains’] The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) – “Your mother was the lightning…” [‘The Illest Villains’] Daedelus – Experience Accordion
Frank Zappa – Sleeping in a Jar [‘Meat Grinder’] Lew Howard & The All Stars – Hula Rock [‘Meat Grinder’] Atlantic Starr – Second to None [‘Bistro’] Casablanca (1942) – “How do you do?” [‘Bistro’] Bill Evans Trio – Nardis [‘Raid’] Osmar Milito & Quarter Forma – América Latina [‘Raid’] George Clinton – Computer Games [‘Raid’] The Dramatics – In the Rain [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Sun Ra – Atlantis [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Steve Reich – Come Out [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Jack Margolis & Jere Alan Brain – Listening to Music [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Fever tree – Ninety-Nine and One-Half [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Phil da agony – Blunted [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Edo G – Sayin’ Somethin’ [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Redman – Let’s Get Dirty (I Can’t Get In Da Club) (Acapella) [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Leaders Of The New School – Spontaneous (13 MC’s Deep) [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Jaylib – React (feat. Quasimoto) [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Teri York – Acting Out the ABC’s [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Jack Margolis & Jere Alan Brain – Creativity [‘America’s Most Blunted’] Jack Margolis & Jere Alan Brain – Physical Effects [‘America’s Most Blunted’] The Generation Gap – Family Affair [‘Sickfit’] William Loose, Stu Phillips, Marvin Elling – Kelly [‘Rainbows’] James Brown – Blues and Pants [‘Rainbows’] Paul Sawtell & Bert Shefter – Psycho Brahmin [‘Rainbows’] Waldir Calmon – Airport Love Theme [‘Curls’] Michael Jackson – Thriller [‘Do Not Fire!’] Street Fighter II (1991) – Chun-Li vs. Dhalsim [‘Do Not Fire!’] Kishore Kumar-Asha Bhosle – Mithi Mithi Ankhiyon Se Dil Bhar De [‘Do Not Fire!’] The Raven (1963) – “Duel to the death…” [‘Money Folder’] KISHORE KUMAR – Hindu Hoon Main Na Musalman Hoon [‘Shadows of Tomorrow’] Sun Ra – Sun Ra’s Introductory Speech from Space Is the Place (1974) [‘Shadows of Tomorrow’] George Duke – Prepare Yourself [‘Operation Lifesaver AKA Mint Test’] Tifton Records – The Theme of the Justice League of America [‘Operation Lifesaver AKA Mint Test’] Schoolly D – P.S.K. (What Does It Mean) [‘Operation Lifesaver AKA Mint Test’] Dave & Ansil Collins – Double Barrel [‘Operation Lifesaver AKA Mint Test’] Lonnie Smith – Jeannine [‘Figaro’] Lonnie Smith – In the Beginning [‘Figaro’] The Supremes & the Temptations – Sing a Simple Song (Mono Mix) [‘Hardcore Hustle’] Gentle Giant – Funny Ways [‘Strange Ways’] Symphony in Slang (1951) – “But I carried on!” [‘Strange Ways’] Z.Z. Hill – That Ain’t the Way You Make Love [‘Fancy Clown’] The Whispers – So Good [‘Eye’] Just-Ice – Cold Gettin’ Dumb [‘Supervillain Theme’] O Terço – Adormeceu [‘Supervillain Theme’] Thunder and lightning – Bumpin’ Bus Stop [‘All Caps’] Ironside (1969) – Excerpt from “Up Down and Even” [‘All Caps’] Stevie Wonder – How Can You Believe [‘Great Day’] Jack Margolis & Jere Alan Brain – Making Love [‘Rhinestone Cowboy’] Maria Bethania – Molambo [‘Rhinestone Cowboy’] Maria Bethania – Mariana, Mariana [‘Rhinestone Cowboy’]

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