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1) Merrie Melody by Skinless on Foreshadowing Our Demise (2001, Metal) uses sample from Pink Flamingos (1972):
Reporter: Does blood turn you on?
Babs Johnson: It does more than turn me on, Mr. Vader, it makes me come! And more than the sight of it, I love the taste of it, the taste of hot freshly killed blood!

2) Transcending Embodiment by Posthuman Abomination on Transcending Embodiment (2018, Metal) uses sample from Cypher (2002):
[Electronic screeching]

3) Postumat by Stamp on Posthuman (2018, Stoner) uses sample from The Holy Mountain (1973):
I promised you the great secret and I will not disappoint you.
Is this the end of our adventure?
Nothing has an end.
We came in search of the secret of immortality.
To be like gods.
And here we are... mortals. More human than ever.
If we have not obtained immortality, at least we have obtained reality.
We began in a fairy tale and we came to life!
But is this life reality?

4) Inside The Mind by Officium Triste on Giving Yourself Away (2007, Metal) uses sample from Fight Club (1999):
"For six months. I could not sleep. With insomnia, nothing is real. Everything is far away. Everything is a copy of a copy of a copy."

5) Forged for Decrepitude by Aborted on Retrogore (2016, Metal) uses sample from Re-Animator (1985):
- Herbert, you're insane!What's happened here?!
- I had to kill him!!
- What? He's dead?
- Not anymore.

6) Tug Of War Intestines by Skinless on Foreshadowing Our Demise (2001, Metal) uses sample from Pink Flamingos (1972):
Rivers of gore! Rivers of gore!

7) The Games You Play by Wax Tailor on Hope and Sorrow (2008, Trip-Hop) uses sample from Faces (1968):
"When I was a kid, we used to play a game"

8) Disease Called Man by Origin on Origin (2000, Metal) uses sample from The Matrix (1999):
Human beings are a disease, a cancer of this planet. You're a plague and we are the cure.

9) Hate by Impaled Nazarene on Ugra - Karma (1993, Metal) uses sample from The Name Of The Rose (1986):
'Because you were inspired by the devil?' 'Yes, that's it. I was inspired by the devil. I am inspired by the devil. I command Lucifer. I summon you, Lords of Hell. Alastor

10) We're Not Gonna take It by Twisted Sisters on Stay Hungry (1984, Metal) uses sample from Animal House (1978):
A Twisted Sister pin? On your uniform?!