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proton
2 years ago

Nothing can go wron with Blue Monday ST module.

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stu
stu
2 years ago

How does it feel ? Feels pretty good. Nice to see a JEWELS intro on amiga 🙂

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sachy
2 years ago

New Order’s Blue Monday is one of the 80s anthems for me so I love it instantly 🙂
BlackHawk: gr8 idea with the book! I’d buy such. Or at least a few articles here or in some nowadays Amiga/C64 magazine.

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WayneK
2 years ago

Nice stuff, I remember Jewels from C64 – I didn’t realise Blackhawk was a member back in the day 🙂

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Blackhawk
Blackhawk
Reply to  WayneK
2 years ago

WayneK, i used different nick back then 😉

The Amiga section excisted a little longer, when the c64 section joined Ikari.

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Annatar
Annatar
2 years ago

“Look in our next intro for the greetings”… which never came. I don’t think Jewels lived on much longer after most of the group left for IKARI, and well, history recorded that going to IKARI was a very wise decision since IKARI was the undisputed #1 in the cracking scene for almost three years thereafter. I did not know it at the time, but one of the reasons why IKARI was constantly #1 was access to vast number of originals, which was just a coincidence, since they happened to be based out of the United Kingdom, which was the epicenter… Read more »

Blackhawk
Blackhawk
Reply to  Annatar
2 years ago

The reason for “we danes couldf pull it off” can be, well from my point of view – is that the demoscene was huge in Denmark and those groups was still widely connected to the warez scene. Several “high profile” demosceners were making intros, tools, loaders for the warez groups. And in some of these groups, there were crackers, who did cracks too, maybe not as often as we did, but still. Danish groups as Flash Productions, Kefrens, Silents, Dexion, Arcane, Melon, Anarchy etc.. just to name a few. And if you all recall, then all major warez groups, did… Read more »

Subzero
Subzero
Reply to  Blackhawk
2 years ago

well just to mention, DK had also fast n cool card hackers , without them , skid row would have half as much releases as they had. my opinion

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Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  Blackhawk
2 years ago

You really should write that book.

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mr.spiv
2 years ago

A memorable SLL zik 😉 Pretty nice font set.

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Blackhawk
2 years ago

Ahhh, the good old times, when we moved from C64 to Amiga. Metal Force joined from GOONIES, before we spilt and became Red Sector dk. Then i joined TRILOGY, started PARADOX, moved to SKID ROW, INTERPOL, rebuilded PARADOX and my last Amiga group became SCOOPEX, again together with Metal Force. Then RAZOR 1911 on PC, before leaving the scene in late 1994.

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TStorm
TStorm
Reply to  Blackhawk
2 years ago

Were you a member of Jewels on C64, Danish group from which Ikari gained a few of their members later on (Excell, Doc, Fletch, Gandalf, JCH)?
Or are you simply reminiscing on those times?

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Blackhawk
Reply to  TStorm
2 years ago

I were, thats how i met Badboy of Reflex, who later got me into Trilogy.

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TStorm
TStorm
Reply to  Blackhawk
2 years ago

Awesome! So you’ve met the Danish Ikari guys then? Are you still in contact with any of them? I know Excell’s career went to something computer unrelated, but wondering what happend to the rest of them.

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Blackhawk
Reply to  TStorm
2 years ago

Met a few of them at some danish parties back then. Not really in contact anymore
– i met Excell few years back, we had also been chatting on irc, but it faded out.

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Annatar
Reply to  Blackhawk
2 years ago

I have (or have had) the exact same questions for you as TStorm.
Do you know why Excell dropped everything and went into something completely unrelated to computers?

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Blackhawk
Blackhawk
Reply to  Annatar
2 years ago

Probably REAL LIFE, when you get married, get kids etc…. then perhaps you realize, that you should do something else.

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mr.spiv
Reply to  Blackhawk
2 years ago

Hah! I can relate to that fully. But now that all kids have fled the home to build their own lives I can sit back and continue where I left off back then lol 😉

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Annatar
Reply to  mr.spiv
2 years ago

I’m getting there too. And Excell was so good at what he did, I’m suprised he didn’t keep doing it in one form or another as a hobby, not to mention I’m surprised he didn’t go into programming as a profession.

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SToRM
2 years ago

new order: “blue monday” … always nice to hear. And Buggy Boy was and still is such a cool game to play. I had it with the cracktro by OKS Import Division.

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Annatar
Reply to  SToRM
2 years ago

Ah, that’s why I don’t remember which group: “New Order” isn’t the type of a group I was listening to back then.

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