Difference between revisions of "Sixtyten"

(Added sample source)
(One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)
Line 27: Line 27:
== Videos ==
== Videos ==
== External links==
== External links==

Latest revision as of 22:59, 29 July 2022

Running time 5:48
Appears on MHTRTC


Samples / Lyrics[edit]

  • Samples a sound effect from the 1958 horror film Terror from the Year 5000 (found by Twoism user Timbomb)[1]
  • Samples the song "Getaway" by Earth, Wind & Fire[2]
    • Throughout the song is a voice sample saying "What you", followed by "It's alright"
    • "I know we can!" plays at 2:17 in Sixtyten as well as in Getaway.
  • Also samples the song "On Your Face" by Earth, Wind & Fire from the same album (forwards at 2:27, reversed at 3:28 and elsewhere in the song).[3]
    • When the sample is reversed and corrected for pitch "Keep a smiling face" plays at 3:28 in Sixtyten, taken from 1:10 in On Your Face. [4]
  • Samples vintage "Many Me's" Sesame Street vignette[5]
    • Backwards: "There are a lot of different 'me's, you know. There's the mad me, when I get angry."
    • Same Sesame Street vignette as "Whitewater" lyrics
  • The separate vignette at the end of the track is believed to be a composition named "Blueberry".[6]
  • May sample a vocal shot of Colonel Abrams "Trapped"
    • Throughout the track, the phrase "what you're" can be heard, slightly pitched up and with a possible slight vocoder effect. Credit to Brady Brignac for this discovery. [7]



External links[edit]