KICKINí IN Kool-Aid (1990) / Free single (1990)


"It should be kickin' in by now..."

"Wow! Shoo!" Dennis Hopper in Flashback (1990).


"Ah, I actually got him!" Dennis Hopper in Flashback (1990).


"Freedom, that's what it's all about...I mean, it's real hard to be freewhen you're bought and sold in the marketplace..." Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson in Easy Rider (1969).


Slide guitar sample is Keith Richards from "No Expectations" by The Rolling Stones.


"Wah!" and drum sample from "Sympathy For The Devil" by The Rolling Stones.


"Once we get out of the '80s, the '90s are gonna make the '60s look like the '50s..." Dennis Hopper in Flashback (1990).



ON ONE Kool-Aid (1990)


Spoken word sample by William S. Burroughs



CHANGE OF ATMOSPHERE Kool-Aid (1990) / RUSH The Globe (1991)


("Change Of Atmosphere") Organ intro from "Child In Time" by Deep Purple.


Synthesizer sampled from"Baba O'Reilly" by The Who.


"Ah yes, delightful, delightful...I wish I could sing like that...the only thing that's important these days is rhythm and melody..." "You've Got Me Swingin'" by Peter Sellers.


The rhythm part in the "rhythm & melody" interlude is sampled from "Here Comes The Judge" by Pigmeat Markham (1968, MCA Records).


"Hi, it's Russ here again with another find: After the 'rhythm and melody' part of RUSH, the phrase 'there's a time to laugh, a time to cry' is repeated seven times. This is heard at the 11:11 mark of the Sugar Hill 12" single, 'Rapper's Delight (Long Version)', by the Sugarhill Gang."



CANíT WAIT Kool-Aid (1990) / The Globe (1991)


"O God! methinks it were a happy life...how many years a mortal man may live." John Gielgud reading from Shakespeare's "Henry VI Part III".



I DONíT KNOW The Globe (1991)


There's a Doug Lazy loop in there.
The dubby "beep" at the start of one of the verses is from Scientist Wins the World Cup


Percussive loop is sampled (or copied?) from house classic "Let The Music Use You" by the Nightwriters.


The voice about the rhythm and Jones is Ian McShane, the actor best known now for the antiques investigator programme "Lovejoy" on BBC 1, but a long time Shakespearian actor. The sample is from the Grace Jones album Slave To The Rhythm at the start of the album. - Euan Forrest



THE GLOBE The Globe (1991)


Guitar elements and whoops sampled from "Should I Stay Or Should I Go" by The Clash (1982).


At 2:17, listen for the into to Lionel Ritchie's "All Night Long".



INNOCENT CHILD Kool-Aid (1990) / The Globe (1991)


Opening drum beat is a slowed down sample from "In The Air Tonight" by Phil Collins.


Opening guitar riffs are a slowed down sample from "The Bottom Line" by B.A.D..


One of the breaks is Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing".

The kid singing "Teddybear's picnic" on the intro to the Kool Aid
version (also doing the "ah"'s a couple of times in the main song) is a sample of Andrť, aged 18 months.


Features a drum loop from "Vienna" by Ultravox.



GREEN GRASS The Globe (1991)


Piano sample is from "Wuthering Heights" by Kate Bush.


Bob Dylan "Lay Lady Lay"


KOOL-AID The Globe (1991)


Contains a brief sample from "Could You Be Loved" by Bob Marley and the Wailers.


Sample from Kraftwerks "Numbers".


"Energy Equ-a-a-a-ls - MC2" from Gergio Moroder's E=MC2 (under the name "Munich Machine").


IN MY DREAMS The Globe (1991)


Based heavily on "Floatation" by the Grid - a big record in Ibiza during the summer of 1990.





Samples the beat from "We Will Rock You" by Queen.



THE TEA PARTY The Globe (1991)


"Overture originally intended as opening track was from an idea in the Marc Bolan/T-REX film Born to Boogie (1971/72?) where Mark has a tea party like in Alice in Wonderland while a string quartet plays a medley of T-Rex hits. The more recently released soundtrack to the film calls the track The Tea Party. Andre (Shapps) was unaware of this and he says it was as a "Tea" reference like other albums had at the end of side 1. (tea break etc)" - El Buccanero