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    Head Like A Hole-source for "chanting" samples

    Not sure if this has been posted before, but someone mentioned it over at the Litany forums.

    This track appears to be the source for the "chanting" samples heard in Head Like A Hole.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0f7u2rU_3AI

    I'm almost positive this is the exact track Trent sampled from, if the NIN Wiki teams wants to make an entry for it.

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    Neat

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    I think I saw this posted one before, though I don't think a new post is a bad thing.

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    We had a mention of this on the wiki, but it wasn't quite properly executed. I've done some fixes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piggy View Post
    We had a mention of this on the wiki, but it wasn't quite properly executed. I've done some fixes.
    ninwiki = "The tribal chants are sampled from "Samburu Warriors' initiation (Kenya)" - East Africa Ceremonial & Folk Music."

    Here's the full information:

    David Fanshawe
    Samburu Warriors' Initiation (Kenya)
    (East) Africa Ceremonial & Folk Music (1975)

    Performed by the Samburu Tribe of Kenya

    And the "official" version uploaded to YouTube:

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    Annnnd re-tweaked. Thanks for that.

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