A HISTORY OF MF DOOM SAMPLES

A History Of MF Doom Samples
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A HISTORY OF MF DOOM SAMPLES



Written by Jack Blocker
02 Tuesday 02nd April 2013

People have been hating on MF Doom, or whatever he’s currently called, a lot lately. But that’s understandable when the Eastpak of back-pack rap sends impostors to perform at his gigs. To be fair, if I was Thom Yorke’s favourite rapper and all the people at my shows looked like members of Fleet Foxes I probably wouldn’t be that motivated to turn up either.

But then if you’re a fan of back-pack rap you shouldn’t be going to gigs anyway, you should be sitting in your house admiring the Madvillainy double-album vinyl sleeve you spent £25 on while lamenting the loss of Fopp record stores. At least that’s what I do. Alternatively, check out this compilation of tracks that were sampled on MF Doom’s debut Operation:Doomsday. It’s a great insight into his musical nerdiness, and the fact it sounds like a Top of the Pops 2 re-run on BBC 4 means it’s really soothing my Easter hangover.

 
 
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