Kenny "Dope"* Presents The Bucketheads ‎– The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind)

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Henry Street Music ‎– HS 166
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind) 14:06
B I Wanna Know
Co-producer [Added Flava's] – "Little" Louie Vega*
7:05

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Side A: Sample taken from Chicago (2) - Street Player and also features elements of a sermon by Reverend C.L. Franklin.
Side A The Bar-Kays* ‎– Money Talks & Montreal Sound - Music
Side B: Sample taken from Atmosfear - Motivation / Extract.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): HS 166-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): HS 166-BRE
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Steveo33837

Steveo33837

November 1, 2018
One slick piece of house right here... with intro beats long enough you can make a cup of coffee - the trumpet groove & melody finally kicks in... Very catchy & a track that is easy to mix with it's clear beats.

Some people will say a bit too mainstream but it's well produced & has lasted well.

Kenny Dope knows his stuff.
AndrewHP

AndrewHP

September 4, 2018
Bit of trivia for you - Guy Ritchie directed the official video for this.
FunkyBeak

FunkyBeak

August 9, 2018
Always obsessed over this track in its full length, but I'm a huge fan of the extremely useful Radio Edit as well.

Probably the best and most efficient structure I've ever seen in a dance music radio edit: in a 3+ minute duration they seemed to have not only combined just enough of all the elements that made the full length version so great, but you also get a couple added treats as well: namely the instantly recognizable intro with a nice left/right stereo bounce & stutter effect which is a nice touch - and a couple more horn samples from Street Player that aren't in the full 14 minute version.
wezbash

wezbash

August 7, 2018
Side A The Bar-Kays ‎– Money Talks & Montreal Sound - Music
Monkfish2

Monkfish2

September 25, 2017
This record DOES NOT contain the voice of Reverend Franklin. It is Reverend Trotter sampled from Green Velvet 'Preacherman'.
http://thequietus.com/articles/10599-cajmere-green-velvet-interview
m44-7

m44-7

November 26, 2015
a sampler doesnt give you the right to change titles of somebody else's work.. this could be an "acceptable" edit of "Street Player", but "da bomb"!? you gotta be kidding man, get a grip..

someone mentioned "adding beats" - get a turntable, get a decent cart, and tell me how can you add anything to this drum section..

DJCL

DJCL

August 10, 2015
I was playing this very song during the 1996 Atlanta Olympic bombing at the house of blues. the shockwave made the record skip!
ian_s

ian_s

January 15, 2015
Sold well over 500,000 copies across all releases.