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05:55, 28 January 2011 All The Small Things.ogg (file)
215 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 25-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .1-second fadein and .2-second fadeout—of the song "Longview" (1994), performed by Blink-182 and written by Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus
13:50, 21 January 2011 Longview.ogg (file)
225 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 29-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .1-second fadein and .2-second fadeout—of the song "Longview" (1994), performed by Green Day and written by Billie Joe Armstrong (lyrics)/G
08:13, 25 November 2010 Germs Forming.ogg (file)
166 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 20-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .2-second fadein and .1-second fadeout—of the song "Forming" (1977), performed by The Germs and written by [[Darby Crash|Bobby Pyn]
00:47, 14 November 2010 Oh Bondage Up Yours.ogg (file)
128 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 19-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .5-second fadein and .4-second fadeout—of the song "Oh Bondage Up Yours!" (1977), performed by X-Ray Spex and written by Poly Styrene<br /> '''Copyright ho
23:56, 13 November 2010 X-Ray-Spex-Oh-Bondage-Up-Yours.jpg (file) 40 KB {{album cover fur <!-- REQUIRED --> |Article=Oh Bondage Up Yours! |Use=Infobox <!-- HIGHLY RECOMMENDED --> |Source= [http://recordcollectorsoftheworldunite.com/artists/xrayspex/xrayspex.html Record Collectors of the World Unite] <!-- ADDITIONAL INFORMATIO
18:49, 22 June 2010 Primer Carruth.jpg (file) 13 KB == Summary == '''Description:''' Low-resolution screenshot from the film ''Primer'' (1985), directed by Shane Carruth<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Shane Carruth<br> '''Source:''' Image capture from DVD == Fair use in B movie ==
17:16, 22 June 2010 Blood simple.jpg (file) 79 KB == Summary == '''Description:''' Low-resolution screenshot from the film ''Blood Simple'' (1985), directed by Joel Coen, featuring actor Dan Hedaya<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Circle Films<br> '''Source:''' Image capture from DVD == Fair use
05:16, 10 April 2010 StrayDogShadows.jpg (file) 27 KB == Summary == '''Description:''' Low-resolution screenshot from the film ''Stray Dog'' (1949), directed by Akira Kurosawa, featuring actors Takashi Shimura and Toshirō Mifune<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Toho Pictures<br>
00:45, 27 February 2010 Sunset Bouevlard Title Cue.ogg (file)
180 KB {{Information |Description=30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) audio excerpt from the title theme of ''Sunset Boulevard'' (1950), as heard in the film. The composition is sometimes referred to as "Sunset Boulevard Prelude". | Sou
04:54, 26 February 2010 100 Proof (VHS cover).jpg (file) 22 KB == Summary == {{Non-free use rationale | Description = VHS cover for ''100 Proof'', Copyright © 1997 by Mammoth Pictures/Water Bearer Films. All Rights Reserved. | Source = Scan from personal collection | Article = 100 Pro
10:32, 19 February 2010 Dub Driving Sample from Lost Highway CD (Interscope Records).ogg (file)
234 KB {{Information |Description=30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) audio excerpt from the track "Dub Driving" from the score to the film ''Lost Highway'', as heard in the film and on its accompanying soundtrack album. | Source = Sample from ''[[Lost Highway
14:10, 13 February 2010 14 - Tar Pit.ogg (file)
205 KB {{Information |Description=29-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) audio excerpt from the track "Tar Pit" from the score to the film ''Sin City'', as heard in the film and on its accompanying soundtrack album. | Source = Sample from ''[[Sin
11:24, 13 February 2010 17 Generique.ogg (file)
159 KB Reexported to remove click.
04:17, 9 February 2010 Willis in Pulp Fiction.jpg (file) 99 KB == Summary == '''Description:''' Screenshot from the film ''Pulp Fiction'' (1994), showing Butch Coolidge (Bruce Willis) in his dressing room before a bout he has been paid to throw<br> '''Copyright holders:''' Miramax<br> '''S
10:01, 5 February 2010 PerfectLarsen.jpg (file) 90 KB {{Information |Description = New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra leaping into the arms of pitcher Don Larsen after the completion of Larsen's perfect game in game 5 of the 1956 World Series |Source = [[Library of Congress
07:12, 23 January 2010 Destiny Turns on the Radio.jpg (file) 43 KB {{Non-free use rationale | Description = DVD cover for ''Destiny Turns on the Radio'', Copyright © 1995 by Savoy Pictures. All Rights Reserved. | Source = [http://www.tarantino.info/wiki/index.php/Destiny_Turns_on_the_Radio Quentin
21:02, 1 May 2009 Banksy Pulp Fiction Mural.jpg (file) 10 KB {{Information |Description = Image of London mural painted by Banksy, derived from the film ''Pulp Fiction'' (1994), showing Vincent Vega (John Travolta) and Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson) in a spoof of their w
08:30, 14 February 2009 Jolson-WaitAMinute.ogg (file)
240 KB {{Information |Description=29-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) audio excerpt from the film ''Pulp The Jazz Singer'' (1927), comprising copious crowd noise, a brief set of spoken remarks—the first spoken words ever heard in a
21:57, 30 January 2009 End of Ezekiel.ogg (file)
167 KB {{Information |Description=25-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) audio excerpt from the film ''Pulp Fiction'', comprising approximately the last 17 seconds of the monologue known as "Ezekiel 25:17" recited by the character Jules Winnfie
21:09, 5 September 2008 RKOlogo.jpg (file) 33 KB == Summary == '''Description:''' RKO Radio Pictures onscreen closing logo, ca. 1936–55<br> '''Original rights holder:''' RKO Radio Pictures Inc.<br> '''Heir to rights holder:''' RKO Pictures LLC<br> '''Source:''' Image capture from DVD == Fair use in [
07:35, 7 June 2008 Violent Femmes.jpg (file) 24 KB  
18:36, 31 May 2008 Metal Urbain-Panik.ogg (file)
213 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .25-second fadeout—of the song "Panik" (1976), performed and written by Métal Urbain<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Métal Urbain<br> '''Source:''' ''Les hommes
16:04, 30 May 2008 Saints-(I'm) Stranded.ogg (file)
232 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .25-second fadeout—of the song "(I'm) Stranded" (1976), performed by The Saints and written by band members [[Ed Kueppe
15:06, 30 May 2008 Victims-Television Addict.ogg (file)
247 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied 1-second fadeout—of the song "Television Addict" (1977), performed by The Victims and written by band members [[Dave Faulkner (musicia
00:04, 19 May 2008 Ives-Concord Sonata M2.ogg (file)
173 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 29-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of Piano Sonata No. 2, "Concord, Mass., 1840-1860" (ca. 1904–15, rev. 1947), second movement, "Hawthorne," composed by Charles Ives and performed by
01:25, 10 April 2008 Messiaen-Transfiguration M8.ogg (file)
122 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 18-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of "La Transfiguration de Notre Seigneur Jésus-Christ" (1965–69), eighth movement, "Récit évangélique," composed by Olivier Messiaen and performed by Koor Van De Brt Brux
00:15, 10 April 2008 Morton-Tiger Rag.ogg (file)
209 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—consisting of three sub-samples, approx. 4, 6, and 20 seconds long, the last with applied .4-second fadeout—of ''Tiger Rag'' (ca. 1899), introduced and performed by adapter/compose
16:33, 8 April 2008 Cowell-Quartet Euphometric.ogg (file)
191 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 28-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of ''Quartet Euphometric'' (1916–19) composed by Henry Cowell and performed by the Kronos Quartet<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Elektra Entertainment<br> '''Source:''' ''Short
05:37, 8 April 2008 Cowell-Piano Concerto M3.ogg (file)
226 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 31-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .5-second fadeout—of Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1928), third movement, "Counter Rhythm" composed by Henry Cowell and performed by Stefan Litwin (p) and the
04:47, 8 April 2008 Cowell-Piano Concerto M1.ogg (file)
207 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 29-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied 2-second fadein—of Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1928), second movement, "Tone Cluster." composed by Henry Cowell and performed by Stefan Litwin (p) and the Ra
05:44, 7 April 2008 Cowell-Aeolian Harp.ogg (file)
197 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .5-second fadeout—of ''Aeolian Harp'' (ca. 1923), composed and performed by Henry Cowell<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Smithsonian/Folkways Records<br> '''Source:'''
05:32, 7 April 2008 Cowell-The Banshee.ogg (file)
220 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 32-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of ''The Banshee'' (1925), composed and performed by Henry Cowell<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Smithsonian/Folkways Records<br> '''Source:''' ''Henry Cowell: Piano Music'' CD, Henry
05:04, 7 April 2008 Cowell-Dynamic Motion.ogg (file)
200 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 29-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of ''Dynamic Motion'' (1916), composed and performed by Henry Cowell<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Smithsonian/Folkways Records<br> '''Source:''' ''Henry Cowell: Piano Music'' CD, He
18:03, 4 April 2008 Cowell-Tides of Manaunaun.ogg (file)
201 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied 1-second fadeout— of ''The Tides of Manaunaun'', composed and performed by Henry Cowell<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Smithsonian/Folkways Records<br> '''Source:'''
17:29, 4 April 2008 Cowell-Speaks on Tides.ogg (file)
269 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 33-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of ''Henry Cowell's Comments,'' vocal narrative by composer Henry Cowell<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Smithsonian/Folkways Records<br> '''Source:''' ''Henry Cowell: Piano Music'' C
19:32, 3 April 2008 Ornstein-Violin Sonata M4.ogg (file)
226 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 32-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .8-second fadeout—of Sonata for Violin and Piano (1915), fourth movement, composed by Leo Ornstein and performed by Gregory Fulkerson (v) and Allan Feinberg (p)<br
18:55, 3 April 2008 Ornstein-Piano Quintet.ogg (file)
218 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .8-second fadout—of Piano Quintet (1927), first movement, Allegro barbaro, composed by Leo Ornstein and performed by Janice Weber (p) and the [[Lydian String Q
10:13, 3 April 2008 Ornstein-Cello Sonata 1 M3.ogg (file)
193 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .3-second fadein, 6-second cut, and .4-second transitional fadout— of First Sonata for Cello and Piano (1915 or 1918), third movement, Scherzo ( Vivo, ma non troppo),
08:29, 3 April 2008 Ornstein-Suicide Airplane.ogg (file)
177 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 16-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .3-second fadeout—of ''Wild Men's Dance'' (aka ''Danse Sauvage'', ca. 1913–14), composed by Leo Ornstein and performed by Janice Weber<br> '''Copyright holde
08:09, 3 April 2008 Ornstein-Wild Mens Dance.ogg (file)
103 KB  
18:11, 2 April 2008 Leo Ornstein (cropped).jpg (file) 23 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' Image of composer-pianist Leo Ornstein, ca. 1914 '''Source:''' Crop of image in [http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Leo_Ornstein_as_a_young_man.jpg Wikimedia Commons] {{PD-US}}
10:17, 2 April 2008 Clash-(White Man) Palais.ogg (file)
241 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 32-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .4-second fadein and 3-second fadeout—of the song "(White Man) in Hammersmith Palais" (1977), performed by The Clash and written by Joe Strummer and [[Mick
09:51, 2 April 2008 Clash-Complete Control.ogg (file)
248 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of the song "Complete Control" (1977), performed by The Clash and written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jones<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Sony Music Entertainment<br> '''Sou
09:23, 2 April 2008 Clash-Police & Thieves.ogg (file)
203 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of the song "Police & Thieves" (1977), performed by The Clash; written by Junior Murvin and Lee "Scratch" Perry<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Sony Musi
08:51, 2 April 2008 Clash-Remote Control.ogg (file)
255 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of the song "Remote Control" (1976), performed by The Clash and written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jones<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Sony Music Entertainment<br> '''Sourc
08:13, 2 April 2008 Clash-White Riot.ogg (file)
240 KB ''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample of the single version of "White Riot" (1976), performed by The Clash and written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jones<br> '''Copyright holder:''' Sony Music Entertainment<br> '''Source:''
05:10, 2 April 2008 Crime-Hot Wire My Heart.ogg (file)
218 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied .5-second fadein and 1-second fadeout—of the song "Hot Wire My Heart" (1976), performed and written by Crime; an alternate take of the original single
04:18, 2 April 2008 Avengers-We Are The One.ogg (file)
231 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied 1-second fadeout—of the song "We Are the One" (1975), performed by The Avengers and written by Penelope Houston, G. Ingraham, D. O'Brien, and J. Wilsey<br> '''Copy
03:38, 2 April 2008 Television-Blank Gen (Live).ogg (file)
243 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 30-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied 1-second fadein and 1-second fadeout—of the song "Blank Generation" (1975), performed live by Television and written by Richard Hell<br> '''C
19:53, 1 April 2008 R Thompson-1952 Vincent.ogg (file)
177 KB ==Summary== '''Description:''' 25-second OGG Vorbis (quality 0) sample—with applied 1-second fadeout—of the song "1952 Vincent Black Lightning" (1991) performed and written by Richard Thompson<br> '''Copyright holder:''
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