The flash-based site breaks down every track from All Day -- listing every single sample, as it occurs, while you listen to the Girl Talk track itself. The site displays each color-coded sample as it happens, listing multiple samples at the same time, if need be. Mashup Breakdown expands on a format introduced last week from a website created by Travis McClesky called AllDaySamples.com -- which uses information from the album's Wikipedia page as its guide. McCluksy gave the previous Girl Talk album Feed The Animals the same treatment when it was released in 2008.
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