Songs Sampled by French Electro Duo, Justice



French Electro duo, Justice, rose to prominence in the early-2000s, crafting some of the most cutting edge sounds in the electronic music scene to date. Releasing two studio albums, ten EPs, the Across the Universe filmography, and more, the talented Frenchmen have received praise all around the world.

One of the most impressive qualities of the skilled producers lies within their tremendous ability to sample older music and create incredible scores of sound. This is certainly apparent throughout their debut studio album, † (Cross), as the Ed Banger musicians extract noises from 50 Cent’s In Da Club, Boney M.’s Sunny, David Shire’s Night on Disco Mountain, and more. Tune in below as we trace how these brilliant artists sampled musical greats from many different genres, backgrounds, and more.

While this list doesn’t include every sample (though, it does include speculated samples and other pieces of work they may have been inspired by), we hope this will give you a better idea of the Frenchmen’s sampling work:



† (Cross)

Genesis

Let There Be Light

D.A.N.C.E.

Newjack

Phantom

Phantom Pt. II

Valentine

Tthhee Ppaarrttyy

DVNO

  • None found.

Stress

Waters of Nazareth

One Minute To Midnight

  • None found.

Audio, Video, Disco

Horsepower

Civilization

Ohio

Canon (Primo)

Canon

On’n’On

  • None found.

Brianvision

  • None found.

Parade

New Lands

Helix

Audio, Video, Disco

  • None found.

Stay tuned for more information as Justice plans the release of their next album.



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