[Nagnagnag] Don't Argue sample source

Pixel pixel at tesco.net
Tue Jun 14 17:55:03 EDT 2005


That's powerful GoogleFu !
I'll have to dig the tune out and listen again.
One of the best use of samples in a tune ever (no question) and now i know 
where they came from i can die happy.

~Ra

At 15:37 14/06/2005 +0100, Nicolas Doye wrote:
>Googling because someone asked why my "friendly name" in Gaim was set to
>"You are in enemy country":
>
>http://www.vexilli.net/FENIZ/PocketGuide.html
>
>http://216.239.59.104/search?q=cache:x34lmQFmGQ0J:www.firstspecials.de/Pocket-Guide.pdf+%22You+are+in+enemy+country%22&hl=en
>
>In the latter (the orignal source) we find:
>
>You are in enemy country
>Don't Argue
>
>Where's the rest from?
>
>Aha: here:
>
>http://www.image-at.com/salzburg/2515.htm
>
>'Quoted from "ísterreich II", a documentary film series for the Austrian
>Television Network (ORF) by Hugo Portisch and Sepp Riff, 1985.'- So just
>before Code was being recorded.
>
>In googling I also found someone else who signs themselves "nic" with
>the following sig: "they were brought up on strange propaganda they have
>been trained to hate and destroy" who has an address at noslogan.org. No
>relation!
>
>nic
>
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