10 Daft Punk Samples You May Have Missed

Daft Punk is legendary for their crate digging, and the world has speculated just how many songs they’ve actually used. See a few of the things they’ve used (or might have used) in their songs, and sign up for a free Rdio account to hear the whole tracks and decide for yourself.

1. Karen Young, “Hot Shot”

Four out of five message boards agree it appears in “Indio Silver Club.”

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2. Barry White, “I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More Baby”

The drums were borrowed for “Da Funk,” according to the very reliable Daft Punk Wiki.

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3. The Originals, “Down To Love Town”

Appears throughout “Burnin’”, according to most people who have listened to both simultaneously for two hours.

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4. Edwin Birdsong, “Cola Bottle Baby”

Confirmed by the Discovery liner notes and also most people with ears as appearing in “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.”

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5. George Duke, “I Love You More”

Also confirmed in the Discovery liner notes, so no crowdsourced web-investigation necessary. It appears on “Digital Love.”

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6. Barry Manilow, “Who’s Been Sleeping In My Bed”

It forms the basis of “Superheroes,” according to the liner notes.

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7. ELO, “Evil Woman”

Most Internet conspiracists agree the lick after the phrase “Evil Woman” forms the main riff of “Face To Face.”

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8. Cerrone, “Supernature”

At least one major music publication has claimed the original synth hook was slowed down and filtered to become “Veridis Quo.”

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9. Sister Sledge, “Il Macquillage Lady”

A cursory glance at whosampled.com would suggest this song is the basis for “Aerodynamic.”

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10. Black Sabbath, “Iron Man”

Its supposed presence in “The Brainwasher” is the source of endless commenter debate.

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Listen to their brand new album, Random Access Memories, right now, and see if you can identify the album’s singular sample.

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