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33% God Click for Lyrics

First Appearance: Love American Style EP 1989
Written by: Beastie Boys & Dust Brothers
Performed by: Beastie Boys
Production Notes: Engineered by Mario Caldato, assisted by Allen Abrahamson. Originally released on Capitol Records.

Behind the Beats and Lyrics...

Samples

  • "Funky Snakefoot" by Alphonse Mouzon from the album Funky Snakefoot (1973)
  • "Jazzy Sensation" by Afrika Bambaataa and the Jazzy Five from the single "Jazzy Sensation" (1981)
  • "That's the Joint" by Funky Four Plus One from the single "That's the Joint" (1980)
  • "Daddy Rich" by Rose Royce from the Car Wash soundtrack (1976)
  • "Rock the House" by The B Boys from the single "Rock the House/Cuttin' Herbie" (1983)
  • "Holy Ghost" by the Bar-Kays from the album Money Talks (1978)
  • "6 O'clock DJ (Let's Rock)" by Rose Royce from the Car Wash soundtrack (1976)
  • "Born to Love You" by Rose Royce from the Car Wash soundtrack (1976)
  • "Yo Yo" by Rose Royce from the Car Wash soundtrack (1976)

Sample & Reference Breakdown

  • Drum roll - a sample from "Funky Snakefoot" by Alphonse Mouzon
  • "Can you feel it? Can you feel it?" - a sample from "Jazzy Sensation" by Afrika Bambaataa and the Jazzy Five
  • "It's the joint" - a sample from "That's the Joint" by Funky Four Plus One
  • "Whose car is that? That belongs to the supreme black man, that's who. Yeah man, that's Daddy's car, man. Daddy Rich, you never watch him on TV? That's the man with the answers to all my questions" - a sample from the film Car Wash
  • "Just like this" - a sample from "Rock the House" by The B Boys

Released Versions:

33% God
33% God (Get Off the Mic) (Demo)

Live:

No Known Performances in Concert.

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