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sachy
sachy
4 years ago

Oldskool, C64-like charm! I like the cosmic-mystical mood here. Even the intro is pretty basic it brings this late 80s/early 90s feel to me. I love the sound! \o/

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4 years ago

AAARRRGGHHH!!!, Commodore64 design from 1987 (pre-slick era) strikes again!!! This had to be whipped up on the quick!

mr.spiv
4 years ago

Dunno why I never got my head around AFL.. they did some great crack intros that I really cared for but still the group itself was like a blob or something hard to comprehend 😀

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4 years ago

same here, way too many crackerjournals anyway. Nice stars in this one.

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4 years ago

It’s like they wanted to be a top cracker group but never really went anywhere as it seems their original supply lines were spotty at best and their cracking frequency irregular. Alpha Flight 1970 is one of those groups which had all the ingredients to be a great group but never lived up to its full potential. It happens. Which lesson can we consistenly draw from the top cracking groups? Timely access to originals is the #1 deciding factor whether the group becomes elite or not. Then come the crackers, how fast they were, then comes the quality and finally… Read more »

Subzero (SSR/SR)
Subzero (SSR/SR)
4 years ago

oh, i did supply games for AFL…. cant remember … gosh

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Reply to  Subzero (SSR/SR)
4 years ago

Why does it seem like their cracking was so infrequent?

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