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Crazy + Stardom Copy-Party 1989

Event Types :
Copy Party, Demo Party, Internal Meeting

Dates :
4 - 6 August 1989

Place :
Le Locle
Switzerland

Organizers :
Anthrax, Kronos, The Slayer, The Warlock, XenoX

Organizer Groups :
Crazy, Future Concepts, Stardom

Competition Results :

C64 Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Light Some Dreams by Science 451Download
 One Year Crest by CrestDownload8.0
2Look Sharp by ContexDownload8.48.5
 Trinity by Modern ArtsDownload8.2
3City of Shock by Beastie BoysDownload
 Party Demo by Fire-Eagle, Genesis ProjectDownload
4Join It by Future Vision SwitzerlandDownload
 On Stage by AdroitDownload
5Amnesia by AsphuxiaDownload
 Light and Shadow by VirginDownload
6This Is Our World by Project 3Download
 Shodushi by The Future BoysDownload
7Vectoria by LightflashDownload
 Special FX by Computer Freaks AssociationDownload
8Hurricane by CrazyDownload
9Kult 3D by BabygangDownload
10Face Value by Computer Freaks AssociationDownload

Productions released outside compos :
Boomerang (Crack)
Demo-Coop by Azoo/Stardom (One-File Demo)
Devil's Ball by Fresh (One-File Demo)
First Intro by Trap (Intro)
Forgotten Worlds by Stardom (Crack)
Null Bock by Defcon (One-File Demo)
Techno Dream Preview by Virgin/Falcon (Crack)
Trialogue by Computer Freaks Association (One-File Demo)

Attendants : (65)
Anthrax, ATS, Basti, Chake, Corwin, Cosinus, Crossbow, Dan, Dr. Science, DRM, ECF, Effy, Energy, Exciter, Frankieghost, Freestyle, Goldrush, Goofy, Graphics-Boy, Hitchhiker, ICC, Iceman, Iron Cat, J.R., Joe, John Sinclair, Kid, Kinley, Kronos, KRS One, Lucifer, Lynx, Martin, Metallica, Mordlord, Mr.Mad, Nam, Ninja, Pat Boon, Phantom, Salem, Scorpie, Sensation, Skywolf, Snief, Sodan, Stage, Starsky, Steve, Stinger, Stingray, Tec, The Blue Guard, The Cure, The Goblin, The Megabrain, The Slayer, The Warlock, Tim, Vision, WHKBF, XenoX, Zelda, Zoolook, Zorlac

External links :
Paper Invitation  (http://www.high-society.at/downloads/inv_Stardom.pdf)

Releases containing information on this event :
After the Pardey  Scrollers written at the party...
Face Value  
Iguana #09  Report
Magic News September 1989  in the flops-section
Sex'n'Crime #04  Party Invitation
Sex'n'Crime #06  Party Results
Trialogue  Multiple Party Scrolltexts
Wasted Time  Text about the party


User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 20 October 2010
attended by a guy called Foxi/Vasp (???)

User Comment
Submitted by elkmoose on 14 February 2008
lol @Scorpie

I remember 15 guys standing infront of me and my two pals from Austria (Corwin + Atron), and those 15 guys were equipped with knieves, metal and wooden sticks, and i had only my bare hands and still all you losers ran from us, when we decided to take you down. lamers. lamest "party" i ever visited.

User Comment
Submitted by Scorpie on 2 August 2006
Best party ever for me ... went overthere with Ninja and Hitchiker by train ... after the party we had a nice stay at the Starsky and Hutch (Stardom) mansions. I met the nice CREST guys at Le Locle and want to thank them for a nice time there. Too bad TMB/Pulsar didn't end up in my hands or I would have pulled his head off after all problems he caused, hahaha.

User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 20 June 2006
to the one who added Future Concepts into the party name: they were a sub-group of Crazy and the party's organizers its members

User Comment
Submitted by Tch on 27 February 2006
According to Magic News there were 2 competitions.
The Crazy Partycompo and the Stardom Mailcompo.
Results were:

Crazy:
1.Crest
2.MDA
3.GP+FE
4.Future Vision
5.Virgin
6.Future Boys
7.Lightflash
8.Crazy
9.Babygang
10.CFA

Stardom:
1.Science 451
2.Contex
3.Beasties
4.Adroit
5.Ashpuxia
6.Project 3
7.CFA
8.Dynamic Science

User Comment
Submitted by Kinley on 1 September 2005
wow! already 16 (!!) years ago...
i remember when i drove to le locle by train...
greetings to all my old friends at FRESH.

the party by itself was very funny and well organized.

time is moving so fast !
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