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Amaze/Cannon/New Visions Party

Event Type :
Demo Party

Dates :
8 April 1989

Place :
Moers
Germany

Organizer Groups :
Amaze, Cannon

Productions released outside compos :
C&A Party Demo by Crypt/Amaze (One-File Demo)

Attendants : (4)
Darklord, Obelix, The Brain, Xes

Releases containing information on this event :
News 3/89  Party report
Smasher #04  Report


User Comment
Submitted by Dipswitch on 30 January 2015
A party invitation is also printed in Smasher #3 (http://demozoo.org/productions/131768/)

User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 13 August 2012
"joy division" ? lol - the group that existed for like 1 day and never released anything?
could be curlin and me were there too (with jihad, aka joy division =P) :)

User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 5 January 2008
info taken from scroll in:
C&A Party Demo 100% version

people that were present at this amaze, cannon, new visions party : paramount, crypt, xrc 9009, garfield, visual projects, saxxons crew, fast team, hbc, tristar, tnc, mindwarp, light of the world, science frontiers, afl, amaze, twilight zone, robot session, (l)egal, quicksilver, joy division, array, axenon, tfg, x-ample, trans-x, vision factory, magicians (amiga), the sex boys, cannon, front, kind of magic, blasters, G*P, and finally exact
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