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The Jezebels Union   (TJU)


Founded in :
November 1987

Dissolved in :
1988

Group Types :
Demo Group, Cracker Group

Base Country :
Finland

Trivia :
Memberlist from The Jezebels:
AKL, Digitize Design Group, Finland Cracking Service, Finnish Gold, Fist!, Gedd, JR'$ Software, M-60, M.A.D Limited, Mage, The Omega Team, RCS, Wabo-Soft, Wallie, Wolf, AE Studio.
Also had Beyond Force as members for a short while.


User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

All Members :
2002   (ex) (11-1987 -> ) .... (unknown function)
AKL   (ex) (1987 -> ) .... Coder
Euku   (ex) (11-1987 -> ) .... Coder
Evil   (ex) (11-1987 -> ) .... (unknown function)
Gedd   (ex) .... Coder
MJH   (ex) (11-1987 -> ) .... (unknown function)
Oswald   (ex) (11-1987 -> ) .... (unknown function)
Reward   (ex) (11-1987 -> ) .... (unknown function)
TMS   (ex) (11-1987 -> ) .... Coder
Toincware   (ex) .... Coder
Wallie   (ex) (11-1987 -> 12-1987) .... Coder, Swapper
XYZ-Soft   (ex) (11-1987 -> ) .... (unknown function)

Releases : (3)
DownloadThe Jezebels ... 1987 One-File Demo
DownloadNegatron ... 1987 One-File Demo
DownloadSolar Wind ... 1987 One-File Demo

User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 14 June 2016
Grendel: It happened in Vaajakoski, near Jyvaskyla, and there were maybe 40 people. EVERYONE was there. 29-31.12.1987, plus minus one day. Practically nobody had seen each other before. That weekend forged the basics for the Finnish scene. The Real Scene. The Scene where groups knew each other, where members knew other group's members at least by name. The time when the scene was so small you KNEW everybody, personally. That weekend, dreams were forged, friendships were made to last, and the cornerstone for Finnish Scene Legends was built.

During the New Year of 87/88 there was the first Finnish party, kept by the TJU, The Jezebels Union. At the party, XYZ-Soft coded the first Finnish Amiga-demo ever. TJU was something we could only dream today: all Finnish

groups in one Union. Later when TJU split, the event started being named the Finnish Gold party. There was the WHOLE current scene, all 40 guys! The Jezebels was a big thing to be, but unfortunately it was killed: Finnish Gold was the 1st group to leave it, saying they didn't need it. No one needed it, but it was a good thing to be. X-Men followed, and so the elite groups slowly left TJU. During these times a competition between Byterapers and Finnish Gold began about the leading place in Finland. In '87 there had been the same kind of compo between (B) and Stack, but Stack lost ground with moving to Amiga and laziness. Now was starting a much longer and bitter competition. Afterwards thinking, neither group could win, as both had concentrated on different areas: Finnish Gold were demo makers, while (B) were crackers and spreaders. Anyway, for some time a hidden WAR was going on between groups, while other groups were keeping out of the way of the struggling 64-giants.

User Comment
Submitted by Grue on 3 August 2006
Information sheet about The Jezebels Union can be found here: http://www.byterapers.scene.org/museum/pieces/index.html

User Comment
Submitted by Facade on 1 October 2004
This was more of an umbrella group (like The Last Science) than a real group. Finnish Gold was part of it for a while (see scrolltext in Neon Nights)
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