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The Wikipedia page "List of samples used by Boards of Canada" has been deleted--perhaps someone could create a sample list on Bocwiki and link to that instead?
 
The Wikipedia page "List of samples used by Boards of Canada" has been deleted--perhaps someone could create a sample list on Bocwiki and link to that instead?
 
I know in principle that artists who have sampled music (and in particular sampled music without clearance) are usually opposed to listing samples, which may account for the deletion of that wiki page. We have, however, accounted for known samples on each of the individual track pages. --[[User:Thedisavowed|Thedisavowed]] 05:29, 1 July 2008 (UTC)
 

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