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« on: July 01, 2020, 09:46:01 PM »

you're grown up criers, here's a pair of pliers
get a job like your mother I heard she fixes old dryers

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interesting fact about this track:

There was no way to sample the whole sample, which they had previously used on their radio show. The sample time available was from one tape head to another. This was their theme song song there was no way they could not do it. Steve Ett, the engineer, devised a plan wherein they took the tape from one head, pulled it out, and using mike stands, wrapped it around the whole room and back into the other side. there is a glitch if you listen closely, nothing they could do about it.

Ett recorded LL Cool J, Beastie boys, etc and went on to record Slayer Danzig and others for rick Rubin who produced all of these.

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