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Was the radio talk in "Right Here, Right Now" real or created for the song?

It was real. The station, WBCN in Boston was an alt-rock station that was HUGE in the 90's but was shuttered in 2009, though it lives on online. Bradley Jay was a DJ and is currently a talk-radio host ...
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The "right here, right now" sample in "Right Here, Right Now"

Not totally authoritative, but compare for yourself I did a quick edit/overlay for comparison. I'd say it's close enough to be sure they are the same. https://clyp.it/yhomglty# Short snippet, with ...
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Why was Fatboy Slim credited for "Praise You"?

There's a long "tradition" of musicians --especially white British musicians --treating black American music like a freely available natural resource, something that doesn't need to be credited, and ...
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Was the radio talk in "Right Here, Right Now" real or created for the song?

Well, the website for one of the two parties in the exchange is apparently here, but I have no idea which of the guys it is. His name is Bradley Jay, he claims to have been a DJ at WBCN, but the ...
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