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  • Justice are renowned for the enormous amount of sampling on their records. Xavier de Rosnay of the French electronic duo has estimated that on they sampled around 400 different discs. On this track for instance, they borrowed the hand clap from 50 Cent's "In Da Club," plus samples of Slipknot and Queen. However, none of them are credited. De Rosnay explained to MTV News that this was because, "they are such short samples no one can recognize them. The ones from Slipknot, for example, are just tiny bits of the voice."
  • Among the television shows this has featured in are the CBS legal drama Shark and the BBC documentary series Doctor Who Confidential.
  • This track has featured in commercials for the Cadillac Escalade and Levi 501 Unbuttoned jeans, both in 2008.
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