Just wanted to update this with the ones I now know:
Are You Shpongled?
- “Monster Hit” contains female vocal sample from sample cd “Deepest India” by Zero-G.
- The throat singing in the beginning of “Divine Moments of Truth” is taken from a sample cd called ‘Vocal Planet’ by Spectrasonics. (or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxK4pQgVvfg)
- The track “Vapour Rumours” contains a sample from the 1990s The Outer Limits series’ Second Soul episode.
- “Behind Closed Eyelids” features a section of speech from an interview with Aldous Huxley from which the title is derived.
Tales of the Inexpressible:
- The Shpongle song A New Way to Say Hooray! contains a sample of a lecture by Terence McKenna, in which he references the Pink Floyd song The Gnome (from the 1967 The Piper at the Gates of Dawn album). The gnomes are actually creatures which Terence describes meeting over and over on many of his DMT related trance experiences.
- A New Way to Say Hooray! contains vocal and choir samples from the sample CD “Heart of Africa Volume 2” by Spectrasonics.
- The sample: “This is, er, no offense but you are a robot, aren’t you?” used in Shpongleyes is taken from the classic science fiction movie Forbidden Planet and ‘Ok… let’s stay cool. Everybody stay cool.’ is from the movie “The Abyss”
- The dinosaur sounds sample sounds heard in Shpongleyes are taken from the film Jurassic Park: The Lost World.
- The male vocals on Around the World in a Tea Daze after 6:45 are a sample from a famous Turkish song titled Dönülmez Akşamın Ufkundayız. The lyrics are originally from a poem by Yahya Kemal Beyatlı. The sample is taken from the sample CD “Voices Of Istanbul” by Q Up Arts.
- The guitar in the beginning of Around the World in a Tea Daze is taken from a track by Paco De Lucia - Introduccion Y Pantomina(http://open.spotify.com/track/5MV15yyQwXan2vjEuRIyNW).
- Towards the end of the track My Head Feels like a Frisbee a sample of Ella Fitzgerald singing How High the Moon can be heard. The sample is sped up.
- The end of “Star Shpongled Banner” uses a sample of the song “Dança do Vampiro” (Vampire’s Dance), by the brazilian axé music group Asa de Águia, which says “oh oh oh oh oh, que terror!” (oh oh oh oh oh, what a terror!). (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQQC4P9fAgc&feature=player_detailpage#t=80s)
Nothing Lasts… But Nothing Is Lost:
- The first track off the album, “Botanical Dimensions”, samples from the Richard Linklater film Waking Life.
- “The Nebbish Route” song samples Ned Flanders from The Simpsons episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer (S08E09)”.
- “Levitation Nation” samples a 2003 song by the Brazilian samba school Beija-Flor de Nilópolis (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVBp_NwQMNc&feature=player_detailpage#t=40s).
- Track “Circuits of the Imagination” - bass guitar line is taken/covered from track “Stratus” by Billy Cobham (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N_SqtFerjg&feature=player_detailpage#t=42s)
- “Circuits of the Imagination” also contains a sample of the “bionic” sound effect from The Six Million Dollar Man.