The Verve Bitter Sweet Symphony SAMPLE SOURCE FOR Bittersweet Symphony

UPDATE GO TO Allen Klein Klein died in New York City on July 4, 2009 of Alzheimers disease.[3][6] Late in his career, Klein agreed to license a sample of a Rolling Stones song to the British group the Verve for their hit single "Bittersweet Symphony." But after the song was released, ABKCO successfully argued in court that the Verve had used too much of the sample and won 100 percent of the songs royalties. Check out WIKIPEDIA on this one here is the sample source for The Verve Bitter Sweet Symphony this video is kinda screwed up "Bitter Sweet Symphony" is a song by English alternative rock band The Verve, and is the lead track on their third album Urban Hymns (1997). It was released on 16 June 1997 as the first single from the album, reaching number two on the UK Singles Chart. The single was released in the United States in early 1998, reaching number twelve on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also became famous for the legal controversy surrounding its use of an orchestral sample as its hook. Later in 1998, a remixed version of "Bitter Sweet Symphony" appeared in the UK music charts called "Treat Infamy" by Rest Assured. CDs were pressed and do exist. However, due to copyright restrictions this version is no longer available commercially. This version is credited as having been written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards with additional material by Laurence Nelson, Alastair Johnson & Nick Carter. Rolling Stone ranked "Bitter Sweet Symphony" as the 382nd <b>…<b>