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

Henry Street Music ‎– HS 518
Vinyl, 12"


Various brass samples plus "Street Sounds Fall Into My Mind" vocals sampled from Street Player by Chicago.

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  • Barcode: 7 3218-36018-1 0


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September 9, 2017
Apparently, incredibly long intro was a mistake in the studio from Kenny Dope which after hearing it back, he decided to leave in. Classic track and a perfect example of how to rework a record - in this case Street Player!

March 24, 2003
I remember listening to this track when I was very young, I am only 17 now, and at the time I loved it but I don't think I quite appreciated how brilliant it really is. An absolute classic house track by the legendary Kenny Dope. Unbelievable long (about 14 mins I think) but it still keeps my attention for the whole duration of the track. The vocal sample at the beginning (the preacher speaking to his congregation) is the same one that appears on Preacher Man by Green Velvet although the GV track uses the full sermon.


February 17, 2003

This track is based on samples from the track "Street Player" by Chicago. In fact, most of the track is directly lifted from Street Player - Kenny Dope has dropped the vocals, resequenced it and added chunky house beats. A great example of how a producer can take a great original track and create something new and interesting from it.