This was a Frankenstein monster, a new piece of music constructed from the deconstructed parts of a dozen other recordings. This one-and-only release by MARRS (actually a collaboration between the groups A.R. Kane and Colourbox) showed the power of this new thing called “sampling.” About two dozen samples were used, ranging from bits of Public Enemy and James Brown to the trailer of a 1968 movie called Mars Needs Women. No one had ever heard anything like this before. The one-hit-wonder achieved something ultra-rare: a lasting influence on the way music was made in the future.