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JohnOrty commented 5s ago"I don't know what it was, I'll check every radio station near me and try to contact them."
im608 commented 9s ago"could you timestamp the part in question
both the other person and i agreed this wasnt it
"bro its literally the same songa few people have said this is probably bad romance, but me and 1 other person who remembers the song have confirmed it isnt
bishiki commented 1min ago"you heard it from a what?? hahaha"
bishiki starts following 3min agoa sample in Electro
bishiki commented 8min ago"bro its literally the same song
"a few people have said this is probably bad romance, but me and 1 other person who remembers the song have confirmed it isnt
^_^ commented 11min ago"sorry, I don't want to change my username 😊
"^_^ 🔔 How many times do you have to tell yourself: edit your username
ItBun posted 12min agonew sample in Electro
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justaguy4789 commented 15min ago"Hello. Just went to the YT link to hear the whole song again but it says "video removed by uploader", which I thought was you. Has there been a
development on this? Was it identified? Thanks. "
freelight commented 19min ago"This is a tough one. I've asked several house, garage, and UK DJs and producers, but no luck yet. I'm also 90% sure I heard this personally on one of the SiriusXM channels about 6 months ago while in the car. Stephen should ask the shop owner it was recorded at if they use SiriusXM for their 'muzak' provider. I remember using Shazam and being irritated that it returned nothing at that time too. We've also searched through all of Epidemic Sound, APM/KPM, XMPlaylist.com, DNRRecords.com, HTFR.com, Discogs.com, HouseHeadsRadio Mixcloud, ExtremeMusic.com, OpenAI's SoundCloud, Soulseek, and a bunch of underground house, organ house, 90s house, and early 2000s house YouTube channels. We've previewed entire catalogs or at least related genre sections, not just searching for title matches. I also have done a youtube reverse audio search on android without any matches, only ones that are not it.
How does a track with such an interesting vocal & sound end up on radio stations for years without being copyrighted? It's crazy. Maybe its part of a DJ set and somehow got cut into a track? I also get religious house vibes from this, but I couldn't find a single other track in that genre that sounded anywhere near as catchy as this one so idk.
Anyways, here.. I separated the original 1-minute-plus clip, and it seems the vocals are a bit easier to hear now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lk58hyWGguA
One last thing I'll mention is that I've noticed some artists from KPM/APM, like, for example, 'Curtis Schwartz - Topic' on YouTube, have tracks showing up as '2 days ago,' etc., in playlists for songs that are 5, 10+ years old. So, there may well be significant delays in this tech."