Thats what bassist Alan Gorrie says has happened for the last 20 years, especially with instrumental hits like Cut The Cake and Pick Up The Pieces.
In fact, Gorrie has a wall in his home with nothing but cassettes of bands that have sampled AWB, including TLC, MC Hammer and A Tribe Called Quest.
Gorrie doesnt mind the clutter and considers the sampling a compliment that endorses validity in what you did.
But while the AWB enjoys being sampled by rappers, dont expect Gorrie and company to return the favor.
He admits, Rap is a language we dont understand.
The AWB expects to be sampled even more thanks to a new DVD, Live At Montreux 1977, hitting stores on Tuesday (Sept. 6).
(Contact numbers available only to subscribing media or trial media users. You can request samples at the Wireless Flash web site.)
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