There was a band from here in Melbourne that were active in the late 90’s and early 00’s that I used to love going to see live. I don’t know how “big” they ever made it, I know they toured around Australia, played some of the festivals here, and I think they may have made it over to America once? I saw them a whole bunch of times playing at pubs and music venues around this city.
Anyway, the band was called Pre_Shrunk, and they were a three-piece comprised of drums and two bass guitars. I was always impressed by the sounds that they managed to wrangle out of those bass! They would always finish a gig with one particular song of theirs, titled Accelerate. Each time they played it would be a bit different, running anywhere from about 8 minutes to 12 or 15 minutes long. The whole song only has four lines of lyrics with eight words total in it, so it is pushing the boundary of the criterion listed for this thread… but I’m going to suggest that is largely the same as only having a small amount of vocal sample.
It is quite difficult to find a good, clean recording of one of the live performances, but as an example:
Somehow, thanks to the monstrosity of music label mergers and acquisitions and bulk catalogue licencing, it is also on Apple Music:
I don’t have Spotify so I can’t check if it is there, sorry.