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"there's a background sound throughout the song which could be "sweat-sweat" (in the first part of the song), with  "tension" coming in later. It's hard to recognise as speech, but it could well be; one of the interviews says that the "percussion" in the track was constructed using the voice of the girlfriend of one of [[Boards of Canada|BoC]]." </blockquote>
 
"there's a background sound throughout the song which could be "sweat-sweat" (in the first part of the song), with  "tension" coming in later. It's hard to recognise as speech, but it could well be; one of the interviews says that the "percussion" in the track was constructed using the voice of the girlfriend of one of [[Boards of Canada|BoC]]." </blockquote>
  
* A voice that sounds like a black male singing "No" fades in at 4:35 and continues throughout the song.  (Sounds like another 70s/80s disco/funk sample). At 5:27, a scratchy sample saying "Yeah" is played forward, then backward, then forward again, with some additional scrubbing in between. At 6:00, "Yeah" plays again, but only once.
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* A voice that sounds like a black male singing "No" fades in at 4:35 and continues throughout the song.  (Sounds like another 70s/80s disco/funk sample). At 5:27 A scratchy sample saying "Yeah" is played forward, then backward, then forward again, with some additional scrubbing in between. At 6:00, "Yeah" plays again, but only once.
  
 
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