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Violation #4   [1992]

Violation #4 Released by :
The Digital Underground

Release Date :
March 1992

Type :
C64 Diskmag

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Code .... Dan
  Slash
Music .... Snap of Atlantis, Eternity, Xentrix
  The DJ
Graphics .... Dan
  Iceman
Text .... 8-Ball
  Iceman
  Truse of Bronx, Honour
Charset .... 8-Ball
  Iceman
Interviewed .... Einstein of Paintex, Warriors of the Wasteland
  Gothic of Battery
  Silver of Baboons, Hitmen, Mystic Arts, Warriors of the Wasteland
  Static of Acrise


SIDs used in this release :
Heart & Soul(/MUSICIANS/N/Nilsen_Ronny/Heart_and_Soul.sid)
Silence in the House(/MUSICIANS/N/Nilsen_Ronny/Silence_in_the_House.sid)
Tears(/MUSICIANS/N/Nilsen_Ronny/Tears.sid)
Violation #3 (tune 4)(/MUSICIANS/D/DJ/Violation_3_tune_4.sid)
Violation #3 (tune 9)(/MUSICIANS/D/DJ/Violation_3_tune_9.sid)
Violation #4 (tune 2)(/MUSICIANS/D/DJ/Violation_4_tune_2.sid)
Violation #4 (tune 3)(/MUSICIANS/D/DJ/Violation_4_tune_3.sid)
Vioris(/MUSICIANS/D/DJ/Vioris.sid)
Wind of Change(/MUSICIANS/D/DJ/Wind_of_Change.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/18725/Violation4.zip (downloads: 832)

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User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 25 February 2016
after years still no confirmation but more sources credit it to DJ, so be it.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 17 January 2010
Charts chapter "3.WHO'S THE BEST" contains a different version of
/MUSICIANS/S/Sphere_Success/Brainbombs_Intro_2.sid

It's a bad version of it, infact sounds broken. Also contains the text
"music by the dj of brs"
Which means DJ of Brainstorm, I think, but the brainBOMBS intro tune is credited to his brother(?) Sphere
/me scratches head.
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