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In lots of the brothers lives I always hear a Chika CHA sample, its more common in lollipop '96 but occasionally it plays during later recordings such as glastonbury 2000 or even as late as 2011.
the earliest recording its in is roskilde fest 95'

example: @0:58


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What?
It was something someone said somewhere..


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I know exactly what you're talking about actually. I don't know what it is exactly but it's definitely not something the Chems played in their sets. I think it's something the radio station or bootlegger added, though why I don't know.
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I know exactly what you're talking about actually. I don't know what it is exactly but it's definitely not something the Chems played in their sets. I think it's something the radio station or bootlegger added, though why I don't know.
Yeah I always assumed it came from the radio broadcast


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Oh, you're just about this one of the jingles from the bbc radio one?

P.S. I thought, maybe i'm just something didn't catch, or missed something from set.
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It was something someone said somewhere..


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Oh, you're just about this one of the jingles from the bbc radio one?
so that sample's from radio one? I thought Lollipop 96 took place in sweden, I could be wrong though.


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so that sample's from radio one? I thought Lollipop 96 took place in sweden, I could be wrong though.
A tons of Chems live sets were played honestly on the bbc radio one in 90s.
It was something someone said somewhere..


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well does anyone have a link to the jingle then? I've looked (mostly through 90s jingles from Radio one) but havent heard it yet


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I've got some additional proof it's some sort of tag bootleggers or the BBC put on live recordings in the 90s. The same sound is at the end of Push Upstairs on an older version of Underworld's Ali Pali NYE 98 show recording.

I don't have a handy link to that show, but you can find it on the Bootleg Babies copy around the 19:50 mark:


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what about the "AAAWWW YEAH!" sample heard during Leave home, Loops of fury, Piku/Playground and the studio version of Piku (though its heard with an altered pitch). does anyone know where that came from.
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what about the "AAAWWW YEAH!" sample heard during Leave home, Loops of fury, Piku/Playground and the studio version of Piku (though its heard with an altered pitch)

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or did you mean the"aaawww yeah, here we go, come on" thats making the huge intro for dust-up beats?
no idea, no idea


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You can hear the "aaaaaw oh yeah" very clearly in the Atlanta 97 version of Piku/Playground
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You can hear the "aaaaaw oh yeah" very clearly in the Atlanta 97 version of Piku/Playground

...as I said stated above, heard in Piku/Playground.
but where did it come from


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Yes, I was just replying to Pum who wasn't sure what you meant.
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whoops. sorry.


 

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