10) The Propositions - Do Whatever Turns You On Pt. 2 (Lupe Fiasco - Gold Watch)
11) Eugene Blacknell - We Know We Have To Live Together (Beck - Black Tambourine)
12) P'taah - Hold You Close (J Dilla - Ruff Draft Intro (Alt)
These Are The Breaks is a collection of 12 original tracks from the Luv N’ Haight and Ubiquity catalogs that have been sampled by well-known artists ranging in diversity from Beyonce, Beck and J Dilla.
Jake Wade and The Soul Searchers "Searching For Soul Part 1" - Sampled by both Rich Harrison for Beyonce's "Suga Mama" and Madlib for Percee P's "Legendary Lyricist"
Mike And The Censations "There’s Nothing I Can Do About It" - Sampled and re-edited by Nicolas Jaar for his track "What My Last Girl Put Me Through" on his Bluewave Edits EP
The Propositions "Africana" - Sampled on the "Outro" of the classic Souls of Mischief album ‘93 Til’ Infinity. "Do Whatever Turns You On Pt. 2" - Sampled on the Lupe Fiasco track “Gold Watch”
Eugene Blacknell "Getting Down" - Sampled by DJ Shadow on his track "Influx". We Know We Have To Live Together - Sampled by Beck on "Black Tambourine"
Turner Brothers "Sweetest Thing In The World" - Sampled by legendary Hip-Hop group Mobb Deep on their track "We Up" and the track "Back To Basics" by newcomers Diamond District
Gap Mangione " Boys With Toys" - used by Talib Kweli on his track "Shock Body"
Perfect Circle "Spread The News" - Waajeed lifted the horns from this track and used it on PPP’s "Shotgun Intro" which also featured J Dilla
Mike James Kirkland "Hang On In There" - The intro from this classic was sampled by Ugly Duckling on their track "I Did It Like This"
Soft Touch "Plenty Action" - Another DJ Shadow sample, this time on his track Monosylabik that features the bass and drums from the intro to this tune.
P’Taah "Hold You Close" - J Dilla’s Ruff Draft "Intro (Alt)" uses the haunting vocals from the original on the background of his track