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Recollection #2   [2006]

Recollection #2 Released by :
Jazzcat

Release Date :
28 October 2006

Type :
C64 Diskmag

Website :
http://recollection.c64.org

User rating:**********  9.5/10 (22 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.7/10 (13 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Krill of Plush
  Mirage of Focus
  Stryyker of Tide
Music .... A-Man of Xenon
  Drax of Bonzai, Crest, Maniacs of Noise, Vibrants
  Hein of Focus, Onslaught, Vision
  Jammer of EXclusive ON, MultiStyle Labs, Samar Productions
  Laxity of Bonzai, Maniacs of Noise, Vibrants
  Linus of Triad, Viruz
  Rob Hubbard
Graphics .... Mirage of Focus
Design .... Jazzcat of First Blood Entertainment, Onslaught, Vandalism News Staff
  Mirage of Focus
Text .... Antitrack of Legend, Nostalgia
  Burglar of Success, Success + The Ruling Company
  Death Demon of Fucked Beyond Repair
  Fantasy
  Fungus of Cosine, Nostalgia, Onslaught
  Jazzcat of First Blood Entertainment, Onslaught, Vandalism News Staff
  Laxity of Bonzai, Maniacs of Noise, Vibrants
  Ronski
  The Dark Judge of Focus, World Wide Expressive
Concept .... Deadbeat
  Jazzcat of First Blood Entertainment, Onslaught, Vandalism News Staff
Loader .... Stryyker of Tide
Interviewed .... Antitrack of Legend, Nostalgia
  By-tor of Eagle Soft Incorporated
  Mitch of Eagle Soft Incorporated
  Olav Mørkrid of Panoramic Designs


SIDs used in this release :
8580 Luftballons(/MUSICIANS/L/Linus/8580_Luftballons.sid)
For Jazzcat 2k6(/MUSICIANS/J/Jammer/For_Jazzcat_2k6.sid)
Honeycomb(/MUSICIANS/A/A-Man/Honeycomb.sid)
Knucklebusters(/MUSICIANS/H/Hubbard_Rob/Knucklebusters.sid)
On the Edge of Nile(/MUSICIANS/H/Holt_Hein/On_the_Edge_of_Nile.sid)
Screw Normal(/MUSICIANS/L/Laxity/Screw_Normal.sid)
Subusual(/MUSICIANS/D/DRAX/Subusual.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/32984/Recollection_Edition_02.zip (downloads: 3231)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/32987/Recollection_Edition_02_[1581version].zip (downloads: 539)

Look for downloads on external sites:
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User Comment
Submitted by Krill on 4 December 2009
Yes, i'm currently integrating the loader to the mag outfit, which takes a bit of effort since i'm not in for half-assed releases. Relax and be patient :)
User Comment
Submitted by Stein on 4 December 2009
I haven't had time to go in-depth with this one, but I just had to comment on the intro picture. Wow! After mopping up my tears I'm taking the elevator 8 floors down to pick up my jaw.
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 4 December 2009
Krill is changing the mag loader. Once that's done we should be ready. Some text is needed from some guys but that's easy work. I know, been ages... I want it now too! :D
User Comment
Submitted by Matt on 3 December 2009
waiting here too for issue #3!
User Comment
Submitted by Deev on 3 December 2009
there's always someone slower! :)
User Comment
Submitted by Mirage on 3 December 2009
Where's #3? It's been 3 years already! And I thought I was slow when i had to do work for this :(
User Comment
Submitted by plagueis on 10 July 2009
Incredibly good mag!
User Comment
Submitted by A3 on 16 January 2008
Honeycomb by A-Man just rocks my world. Thought I'd read this magazine again while waiting for the 3rd issue.
User Comment
Submitted by Darkus on 24 May 2007
Such wonderful presentation, design and music. Only having glanced at the articles I`m totally taken in by this!
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 5 May 2007
Archmage: thanks, well that's the scene that you have become a member of! (proud)

Thanks for your reaction. Wait until you see the 3rd edition of the magazine! :D

User Comment
Submitted by Archmage on 15 March 2007
When I first saw this, I thought: now _this_ is the scene I want to be a part of. The gfx here is just good beyond belief. The intropic is soooo cool. And it makes a good read too.
User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 13 February 2007
Usually I dont read scene magazines entirely, and as this makes an exception it shows how high its quality is.

Completed it in one read yesterday and it was a very enjoyable read, cool information on the 80s cracking scene and a real great feeling through the entire writings.

Of course I dont need to point out that the graphics are excellent.

ps. one little point to nag: the FBR story seems a bit twisted after all these years, FBR surely werent the first ones to import wares via modem and also they were far from being that wanted
as they pretend to. butwhocares
User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 7 November 2006
Deekay: Actually it was one of our own productions... Crimson's and Joe's intro for Vandalism News #48
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 6 November 2006
ed: Which was the first one? 8)
User Comment
Submitted by Ed on 5 November 2006
Just like the intro shows; it is an excellent idea to bring light into the dark cave of nothingness. This really captures my heart and was the second intro this month that moved me.

User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 4 November 2006
Unbefuckinglievable stylish intro, awesome musics throughout the whole thing and some of the best gfx i have ever seen on the c64. Mirage definately shows us newbies "where the hammer hangs", as we say in German with his best gfx so far (IMHO), and considering his track record, this means some of the best gfx ever.... That intropic gave me spontaneous ejaculation for sure! ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Burglar on 2 November 2006
secret, I can only imagine how you felt when our release got distributed ;)
User Comment
Submitted by SECRET MAN on 1 November 2006
Ooooooh The story is very long my master squirrel.I ordered direct from the firm and told them,that i will make the biggest C-64 software magazin in germany and i told them thousand of things like,that i have the new C-65 with 3,5 drive,which will come next month.Then i told them,that i will remove some new Starbyte wares from the title side and that i will give Lemmings the first side.Ill gave them an wrong firm name and so on.......
I lost 2 days of my life for all this work.
I hope you can understand my sleepless nights,now.
User Comment
Submitted by Burglar on 1 November 2006
yea, secret squirrel ;) we essentially stole it from you! ;) how did you get the original btw? express order?
User Comment
Submitted by SECRET MAN on 1 November 2006
Can someone fix the Issue and delete the Lemmings chapter.I couldnt sleep the whole week...
User Comment
Submitted by maestro on 1 November 2006
absolutely fantastic issue....
graphics,music, everything about this issue are amazing.

keep up the good work
User Comment
Submitted by Tch on 30 October 2006
Pfoe,finally done with all the reading.

Wonderful issue with -on average- good articles.
Some were above profeesional,others a bit short though.
Still,a splendid read!!

And the graphics+music.......WOW!
User Comment
Submitted by raven on 29 October 2006
The only mag that I cant stop reading from start to finish.
Superb work & a great read!
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 29 October 2006
oh my holy god! been only seen the screenshot but my pants are wet

okay, I already had a very good read :) a bit of complaining about the copy protection article: I'd like to read more about the techniques itself than having a boring list after each one with the games used it.

magnificient mag again, thumbs up guys!
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 29 October 2006
Thanks for the reactions guys. Burglar mentions "balance", which is the most important aspect of a magazine such as Recollection. Attaining a good balance is very difficult as most of the early scene is about cracking (hence why a lot of the chapters won't be about the demo scene).

With each issue I will be shifting the focus onto the demo scene more and more, Compunet right through to the late eighties and early nineties and the changes that took place.

With issue #2 I tried a general approach to most scene aspects; a little bit of everything. Of course the result is also decided by those participating too, but glad the outcome was satisfactory to most!
User Comment
Submitted by Le Wurmling on 29 October 2006
Awesome release. gfx, msx and contents 10/10

Mirage you are the man! congrats for the unbelievable gfx!
User Comment
Submitted by tempest on 29 October 2006
Amazing use of colors in the intropicture. The rest of the content was also interesting - maybe too much cracking history at once, but still. Some of the tunes were too short for magreading. Luckily Hubbard rescued the day.
User Comment
Submitted by Burglar on 29 October 2006
very well balanced issue (better than issue #1) with amazing gfx by lars.

particulary liked the phreaking article a lot ;) and ofcourse the interviews with true legends. spawns over a wider part of the scene in the issue, which is great. (got a bit fed-up with g*p halleluya in #1.)

great job, david, it was worth the wait.
User Comment
Submitted by DRAX on 29 October 2006
Really nice issue... Mirage your graphics kicks serious ass... And Laxity your tune is just so fucking awesome... Well done!
User Comment
Submitted by Leon on 29 October 2006
mirage \o/ 10/10 \o/
User Comment
Submitted by Clarence on 29 October 2006
Mirage you're just too good drawing in FLI, everytime a better one. Like Sergei Bubka was with pole-vault world records. :)
Some good chapters, I liked the Omega Supreme intrerview the most. Good work.
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 29 October 2006
Intro is perfect! Outfit is very nice as well. Chapters are cool and nostalgic just like the first issue.

@Caisson: Nice to see you here again pal.
User Comment
Submitted by SanderFocus on 28 October 2006
Mirage rules.
User Comment
Submitted by Style on 28 October 2006
well i read one chapter, that is it for me.. Im not into bukkake.....
User Comment
Submitted by fade on 28 October 2006
voted 10 for design, great effort jazzcat :)
User Comment
Submitted by Hein on 28 October 2006
Excellent graphics and I love Laxity's music, which I think comes closest to ancientness (or sumthing). Had a good read with the ESI article as well. Great 2nd issue improving on the first one.
User Comment
Submitted by hannenz on 28 October 2006
excellent style! very noce stuff to read and there are some fu**ing good tunes in it! both thumbs up for this great release,
User Comment
Submitted by Soren on 28 October 2006
Very nice discmag! Damn lovely design+gfx and music. Great work! Thumbs and toes up from me!
User Comment
Submitted by Mermaid on 28 October 2006
Lovely intro and menu picture <3
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 28 October 2006
Bloody hell, Mirage! What an awesome backdrop to a magazine...! ...and the intro pic ...OMG! Must read it now, instead of just looking at it... :)
User Comment
Submitted by CaiSSoN on 28 October 2006
After a very long time, i was curious about what's going on the scene, and it is really good to see you guys are still alive and rockin'. I'm still reading this new issue and i must say magazine's concept, chapters, musics and graphics are quite astonishing. Thanks to Jazzcat, Mirage, Burglar, Antitrack and the others for this quality release...
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