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Old 04-30-2013, 12:27 PM   #69
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Originally Posted by RADIOACTIVE MAN View Post
As someone who listened to his new album, I can definitely verify that about 80% of it is sampled, a lot of his work is sampled but his secret is adding live instrumentation to his work, he adds more personal detail to his sampled work to give it the whole pharell esque sound he is known for , still a good album if you listen to it without bias and an open mind
haha, ok braj, but there are only three tracks (by other artists) sampled on Wolf and all would have been cheap as fuck:

Lone (2013) sampled Jornada by Wilson Das Neves (1969)

Partyisntover / Campfire / Bimmer (2013) emulated Invitation by Cal Tjader (1971)

Pigs (2013) sampled Amen, Brother by The Winstons (1969)

Tamale (2013) sampled Sam Is Dead by Tyler, the Creator and Domo Genesis (2012)


I don't know why you're trying to make this thread about his album but he obviously made a lot more money personally off Wolf than Ghost did off this. Tyler released it on his own label, signing a distribution deal with Sony, and he's going to sell hundreds of thousands of copies internationally...
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