20May/0914

14 Responses to “Black Sabbath Vs. Hip-Hop”

  1. Anonymous says:

    You forgot about The Scribe's 2001 classic about 9/11 and the invasion of Afghanistan, "The Eisenhower Doctrine": it samples "War Pigs" by Black Sabbath plus Black Flag and The Doors! I just uploaded it… http://rapidshare.com/files/235210805/Zachary_Scribe-The_Eisenhower_Doctrine.mp3.html

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  2. Alex says:

    good idea for a write up/comp kids, well done

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  3. John M. Piorkowski says:

    The beat is cool on that Zachary Scribe track – not really feelin' the rapping, though. The sampleage is ridiculous,though! Thanks for posting.

    And thanks for the comments, fellas.

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  4. Strategy786 says:

    I never spent too much time actually listening to them, but always felt Black Sabbath was definitely tight. The whole band was sharp and the drummer could get busy. Diamond D used that "Behind the Wall of Sleep" break many times (eg. A.D.O.R – "Day to Day" Remix, Ultimate Force – "I'm In Effect", Diamond – "Red Light, Green Light," etc.).

    Nice post.

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  5. hotbox says:

    Great post. . .t-ray (not muggs) was responsible for "i aint goin out like that".

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  6. John M. Piorkowski says:

    Really? Wow. That's one of the sickest Cypress Hill beats of all-time.

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  7. verge says:

    Really, really dope blog post, Money Gripp.
    It's funny, I just made the Beatnuts/Sabbath correlation the other day and now this. Props.
    The originality never wanes around here.

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  8. Roy Johnson says:

    Great job, Money Gripp. Black Sabbath ain't really my cup of tea, but I'm still gonna download this.

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  9. c-town says:

    Damn, no Sir Mix A-Lot "Iron Man"?

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  10. PKNY says:

    The dopest use of Sabbath on a hip-hop track, hands down, is in Kid Frost's "Smoke". Nice use of the "Wall of Sleep" drums, with some of Geezer's basslines from his 'Bassically" solo.

    Check it here:

    http://bit.ly/Alb5L

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  11. dirt_dog says:

    Damn c-town, you beat me to it. I still love to hear Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Iron Man.

    –dirt_dog

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  12. Cenzi Stiles says:

    "Smoke" by Kid Frost also uses "Behind the Wall of Sleep"

    And they cut it up much nicer…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6TfP5Z5ck8

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  13. John M. Piorkowski says:

    That beat on "Sick" is filthy.

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  14. Sab says:

    Fucking Niggers, stay away from Black Sabbath and Rock. You don’t deserve to listen to real music, stay listening to your vile and meaningless shit.

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