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Danish Gold Copy Party 1987

Event Type :
Copy Party


Dates :
23 - 27 July 1987

Place :

Organizer Groups :
Danish Gold

Productions released outside compos :
Autoduel by The Dominators (Crack)
Game Over Music by Fairlight/Relax (One-File Demo)
GSS on Tour by German Spreading Service (One-File Demo)
Kill Idewix (One-File Demo)
New Int. Standard by Triad/Danish Gold/1001 Crew/Fairlight/Yeti Factories/Raw Deal Inc. (Misc.)
Rockmonitor IV by Dutch USA-Team (Tool)
The Living Daylights +2 by Fairlight (Crack)

Attendants : (42)
3D, ALiEN, AVH, BKA, Black Shadow, CAB, CPU, Daryl, DON, Duke, Gollum, HCA, Honey, Hurricane, Icon, Idefix, Irata, Ixion, Janitor, Jedi, Joe Cool, Kaze, Marauder, Matcham, MC, Mr. Pinge, Mr. Z, Mr.Fiend, MSL, MWS, OPM, RND, Rygar, Sector 9, Sphinx, StarMan, Steppenwolf, Strider, The Detonator, Trap, Wizard, Xiny6581

External links :
party photos  (http://www.slengpung.com/?eventid=111)

Releases containing information on this event :
After-Party  tells the stories about the party and who was there.
Kill Idewix  Info about what idefix/trianon did at the party (hate demo)
New International Standard  The new naming-standard they agreed to at the party
Party News  Little party report

Party Reports :
1987 Party
- Submitted by CyberBrain (CyberBrain) on August 26 2003
Plutonium Cracker's "Danish Gold 1987" Journey
- Submitted by ALiEN-AnTiTraX on October 25 2005

User Comment
Submitted by HBH.ZTH on 24 August 2022
The other DG party in 88:

Later labelled the "Cabin Party" then moved to become a "Bingohall Party" :) Good times. It was fantastic weather, sunny and warm. Only drawback was 5km to walk to nearest Bakery, cause we didn't bring much food and was starving the next day. I gave up eating, it hurt a while, but after a couple hours it gave up and I was "fine". At least awake to hang with cool people at the party.

Sadly there was little effort from the arrangers to entertain people or help people overcome natural shyness mixed with teenage angst. So many ended up mostly talking to the few they travelled with. Or knew from trading. Remember Triton was organised with own T-shirts. Same with Wolf of Lengend. He had a nice white sweater with black letters, showing everyone who he was. Perhaps the whole team had own, but I only remember Wolf, as we talked briefly.

User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 9 July 2011
Either Ron or Yankee may have attended this party. See scroll in Kongoblatte by Software of Sweden. It states that Yankee did not sleep for at least 40 hours.

User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 19 October 2010
Also attended by Luke and Sonny/1001 Crew (Amiga?)

User Comment
Submitted by MC on 14 September 2010
Dutch usa-team was there, so was the German usa-team. We had a good time there. Henrik is a really nice guy. Good laughs with Triad lads and 1001 crew.

User Comment
Submitted by CyberBrain on 21 June 2002
DG87 was held in Odense, Denmark for the c64 scene. It was announced in
cracktros from DG, and confirmed from other sources. The attendants voted on
'cracker of the year', and the competition was won by Mr.Z/Triad, followed
by Laffen/Raw Deal. It was held the same weekend as The Danish Circle party,
also in denmark!

- http://exotica.fix.no/info/scenery/online64/1987.html
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