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Shock G has Trancended This Realm
« on: April 24, 2021, 03:30:32 AM »
Thank you for showing me hip-hop, hip hop that can have a message, be silly, be party music, and have a heavy beat all at the same time.

Doowutchalike, y’all.




https://youtu.be/31A6RjOxE74
« Last Edit: April 24, 2021, 05:51:46 AM by cucktard »
I’m trying to be every mom’s favorite skater’-&&

&& is no stranger to the female species. Hes always got some travel pussy with him in his slambulance. -Hateboard


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Re: Shock G has Trancended This Realm
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2021, 06:52:11 AM »
Oh, and a list of songs that sampled “The Humpty Dance”


"A Crazy Break" – WC & the Maad Circle (full drum loop)

"Ain't That a Bitch" – Kam (full drum loop)
"Assata's Song (Remix)" – Paris (full drum loop on bridge)

"Attention: The Shawanda Story" – Lo-Key? (full drum loop)

"Back to the Underground" – WC & the Maad Circle (vocal, snare & kicks used in drum track)

"Behind Closed Doors" – WC & the Maad Circle (raw instrumental used as their drum track)

"Blow Your Mind" – Redman (drum loop)

"Boom! Shake the Room" – Will Smith (drum track looped underneath as kick drum support)

"Buck tha Devil – Da Lench Mob (full drum loop)

"Bumbell" – Yukmouth feat. Tech N9ne (bassline)

"Can't Truss It" – Public Enemy (full drum loop)

"Cherish the Day" (Best of Sade version) – Sade (raw instrumental used as drum track in last 30 secs of song)

"Christmas Spliff" – Luke (full drum loop)

"City to City" – Straw tha Vegas Don feat. Shock G (raw instrumental scratched in first verse)

"Cotex" – BWP (full drum loop; looped in reverse)

"Curse" – Recoil

"D.O.G. Me Out" – Guy (piece of loop, muted, as kick drum support)

"Dirty Water" - Made in London (full drum loop)

"Don't Be Afraid (Jazz You Up Version)" – Aaron Hall (full drum loop)

"Dr. Trevis (Signs Off)" – Redman (bit of drum loop underneath)

"Drive-By (Rollin' Slow)" – Boss (full drum loop)

"Flip Squad's in da House" – Big Kap, Flip Squad, Funkmaster Flex (full drum loop & bassline)

"Funk Mobb Niggaz" – Little Bruce (full drum loop)

"Get a Little Freaky with Me" – Aaron Hall (full drum loop)

"Here We Go Again" – Portrait (raw instrumental as their drum track)

"His Story" – TLC (full drum loop)

"Hold Onto My Bumper" – Dice (full drum loop)

"Holiday Madness" – Kam (full drum loop)

"How I'm Comin'" – LL Cool (full drum loop)

"How Ya Gonna Reason With a Psycho" – Insane Poetry (full drum loop)

"I Made Love (4 Da Very First Time)" – Little Shawn (drum track doubled up)

"If U Can't Dance" – Spice Girls (drum loop & bassline)

"I'm Outstanding" – Shaquille O'Neal (drum track looped underneath as support)

"Imma Gitz Mine" – Erick Sermon (chopped & muted drum bit underneath; kick drum support)

"Is It Good to You" – Heavy-D & the Boys (full drum loop)

"Jackin' For Beats" – Ice Cube (raw instrumental)

"Live and Learn" – Joe Public (full drum loop)

"Lost in the Storm" – Chubb Rock (raw instrumental used as their drum track)

"Love Don't Make Sense" – Alexander O'Neal (full drum loop)

"Love Sick" – Gang Starr (vocal sample scratched in choruses)

"Mama Said Knock You Out" – LL Cool J (full drum loop)

"Night of a Thousand Furry Toys" – Richard Wright (full drum loop)

"Not Your Money" – Oaktowns 357 (full drum loop)

"Nothin'" – Gold Money (full drum loop)

"PlayGround" – ABC (full loop, muted, used for kick drum support)

"Public Service Announcement" – Jay-Z (lyrics & rhyme cadence interpolation)

"Really Doe" – Ice Cube (bit of drum track underneath)

"SMPTE" – The Boys (full drum loop)

"Stop What Ya Doin'" – Apathy (one full bar length vocal & music sample)

"Teddy's Jam 2" – Guy (full loop)

"The Break Up" – WC & the Maad Circle (full drum loop)

"The Humpty Dance Awards" – Digital Underground (full drum loop & bassline)

"The Money is Made" – Detroit's Most Wanted (full drum loop)

"Time 4 Sum Aksion" – Redman (drum track chopped underneath; kick drum support)

"Two 4 the Time" – Nubian Crackers (raw instrumental as their drum track)

"Walk Thru Hell" – K-Stone (raw full instrumental)

"What About Your Friends" – TLC (drum track looped underneath for support)

"Who's the Mack?" – Ice Cube (vocal sample)

"Witchhunt" - Godflesh (drum loop & bassline)

"You Gotta Believe" – Marky Mark & the Funky Bunch (full drum loop)

"Young N*ggaz" - 2Pac (drum track underneath)
I’m trying to be every mom’s favorite skater’-&&

&& is no stranger to the female species. Hes always got some travel pussy with him in his slambulance. -Hateboard


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Re: Shock G has Trancended This Realm
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2021, 12:13:15 AM »
Digital Underground was my shit back in the day. Loved the P-funk connection and the fact they did not take themselves too seriously.
RIP Shock G. this really feels like burying my youth, just like when MCA/Yauch died.

also I just stumbled upon this on youtube.....a gentleman to the end.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KJztI5p9Dw

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Re: Shock G has Trancended This Realm
« Reply #3 on: April 26, 2021, 04:13:34 AM »
Digital Underground was my shit back in the day. Loved the P-funk connection and the fact they did not take themselves too seriously.
RIP Shock G. this really feels like burying my youth, just like when MCA/Yauch died.

also I just stumbled upon this on youtube.....a gentleman to the end.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KJztI5p9Dw

That was beautiful. He really was an artist.
And i didn’t know he was also Piano Man as well. How many alter egos did he have?
I’m trying to be every mom’s favorite skater’-&&

&& is no stranger to the female species. Hes always got some travel pussy with him in his slambulance. -Hateboard


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Re: Shock G has Trancended This Realm
« Reply #4 on: April 26, 2021, 07:32:08 AM »
I knew that from the interview he gave in Wax Poetics some 10 years ago....but I had totally forgotten it!

https://soundsoftheuniverse.com/sjr/product/waxpoetics-48-magazine-nina-simone-theophilus-london-shock-g

Dude really was a complete artist. Much more than I realized at the time!