Accumulators - War Machine

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Submitted by: musashi9
Date: 2011-12-15 04:26

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2011-12-15 04:38
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1. stu writes

FIRST - COMMENT TO COME :P
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2011-12-15 04:38
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2. stu writes

Nice and clean Intro, needs something else in the background, love the music. Wasn't BOD from IKARI on c64?
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2011-12-15 06:35

3. scheisslogin writes

cracktro-classic by accumulators. never seen this one with a tune. like the fade in/out of the background text and the sine. tune is not really my style
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2011-12-15 07:30

4. axis/cascade writes

nice intro but don't like the sound ...
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2011-12-15 10:36

5. WayneK writes

Bad tune, but can't hate on this intro since it's a classic! And yes stu, that is the same BOD as on c64 (IKARI, TALENT, etc).
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2011-12-15 12:17

6. janer 1 writes

ha...i wanted to ask the same question as stu about bod..thx for another little info WK :) ..for the intro..its ok and have a nice tune..
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2011-12-15 13:55
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7. newton writes

I love it to bits. Stylish, understated and cool music.
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2011-12-15 14:19

8. mr.spiv writes

Sinus + fonts <3
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2011-12-15 17:02
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9. Annatar writes

stu:
Wasn't BOD from IKARI on c64?
Talent. They later joined with IKARI to create one of the most successful co-ops in history: IKARI + TALENT.
IKARI + TALENT:
We do what other crackers try to do!

-- intro on Fighter Bomber

Bod was also a member of Hotline for a while, before arguments with Sledge over who the exclusive importer from the States is going to be caused him to split and create Talent.
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2011-12-18 17:29
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10. TSt writes

Bod's argument with Excell in 1991 was also the main reason the mighty co-op ended. Can't quite recall the source with details on this - either c64 papermag "Pirates" or diskmag "Illegal". There's a quick reference to this here. Perhaps one should confirm with either of them, as they both seem to be on fb nowadays.
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