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The Silents & Stage 3 Party

Event Types :
Copy Party, Demo Party

AKA :
The Silents Copy Party, The Alvesta Party, ACE Great Copyparty

Dates :
5 - 8 April 1988

Place :
Alvesta
Sweden

Organizers :
Snokie, Watcher

Organizer Groups :
The Silents

Competition Results :

C64 Demo
PlaceReleaseDLCSDb ratingPub only
1Why Sleep by XAKKDownload
2It's Movin' by Super Swap SwedenDownload8.48.8
??Out of Sleep by Digital Crackers, The DroidsDownload
??Splended! by Science 451Download
??Stand Up II by JetspeedDownload
??Alvesta Sirap '88 by TriumphDownload
??Mega Micro by Science 451Download

Productions released outside compos :
Another Copyparty by Starion (One-File Demo)
IO + by Paragon (Crack)
IO +2 by Jetspeed/Thundercats (Crack)
Mask III - Venom Strikes Back + by XAKK (Crack)
NorthStar by Jetspeed (Crack)
NorthStar by XAKK (Crack)
NorthStar + by Science 451 (Crack)
NorthStar + by Thundercats (Crack)
Rap Mix by The Droids (One-File Demo)
Rape 1 by Byterapers (One-File Demo)
S451 Sonics #003 by Science 451 (One-File Demo)
Thunder Light by Heptagon/Front/Xenon (Crack)
Wildstyle by The Vikings (One-File Demo)

Attendants : (41)
801 DC, Bilbo, Challenger, Cleo, Cozmo, CRT, Crusher D, Dexter, FTA, Galleon, Gaston, Glerc, Icon, Injun, Iwan Drago, Ixion, Jedi, Karl XII, Knatter, Kronos, Mastermind, Midnight Hacker, Miy, Mogwai, Mr. Bacher, Mr. Cross, Mr. Pinge, Mr. Vivace, Necromancer, Picasso, Psycho, Rygar, Sir Gawain, Skyie, Skykid, Talon, The Twin, Thunderhead, U-Man, Viper, Zeta

External links :
Scan of party invitation  (http://www.science451.org/scans/alvesta2.jpg)

Releases containing information on this event :
Advanced Tactical Fighter  "Only a few days left til the Silents party"
Another Copyparty  A very, very short partyscroller...
Copy Demo 1  Scroller written at the party by FTA and Zeta + members of Triumph.
Copy Demo 2  Scroller written at the party. Was probably meant to be released there.
Just Read This  Information about date and contact
Party 1988  Map & announcement.
Party Demo III  A couple of scrollers written at the party...
Stand Up II  A couple of partyscrollers...
Technoshit  
Why Sleep  A couple of partyscrollers...


User Comment
Submitted by Jeff Smart on 17 October 2006
This is a short story about THE SILENTS copy-party in Alvesta/Sweden 1988!
There were promised to show up a few big groups, but unfortunately there were
almost just a bunch of Swedish lamers. Okey, I went there and when I arrived I
found the place where the party was held. It was in some kind of big room and
two other smaller rooms. I met some old friends from older times and that was
really cool. But it was terrible to see all these lamers going around and
showing each others demos. Okey, there were some cool guys. Some groups like
XAKK, SSS, DEFJAM (coolest AMIGA-group in Sweden), FRONT/RIFFS and a few more
unknown guys. Okey, there were a few TRIAD members too like: Mr.Pinge, 801 DC,
Ixion, Devil, Skyie & Cozmo. Anyway we had great fun by joking around with all
the lamers at the party. A demo-competition was held and the winner in the
competition was XAKK's 'WHY SLEEP'. Well as you see, not much to say about this
party, but anyway thanx to THE SILENTS for arranging it cause it was cool to
meet my old friends!!
Signed: Mr.Pinge / TRIAD ( from ILLEGAL#27)

User Comment
Submitted by CyberBrain on 21 June 2002
Held in Alvesta, sweden - also the site of another party in november. Many
international visitors were promised, but only swedes actually showed up.
The party itself was spread over three rooms.

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