Daft Punk have been known for their carefully selected sampling, and as any fan of their older albums would argue, they deserve the kudos.
However, some of their finest works are still stacked with unknown samples, with origins that none of us can figure out. Thankfully, one eager listener has found a previously unknown sample from their huge 1997 hit 'Fresh', from the album Homework.
As discovered by a producer by the name of NORIA, the popular sample is actually a slice off the Viola Wells' 1981 rendition of Chicago's 'If You Leave Me Now'.
The internet really is a wonderful place. Watch the full video below, showing how the sample has been used and warped and hence turned into a dance classic.