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Ski Dance in Concert

Ski Dance in Concert Released by :
Bongo, Bruce

Type :
C64 One-File Demo

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (7 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Bongo of Cascade, Starlight
  Bruce of Cascade
Music .... Chris Huelsbeck


SIDs used in this release :
Ski Dance!(/MUSICIANS/H/Huelsbeck_Chris/Ski_Dance.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/55624/187-_-SKIDANCE_B&B.ZIP (downloads: 394)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/174201/skydance.d64 (downloads: 20)

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User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 31 October 2018
A little bit late. :-) But I changed now back to Bruce and Bongo as releasers - for me the decisive proof is the file name, so I added a d64 which shows it as found on a disk full with stuff by B&B.
User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 15 March 2008
oh it is a great sid! This was one of my fav's.. played it on my walkman (recorded from tv) for a looong time ;)

@wreg Well.. we think 80-90% along the same line, although to be fair.. That of course is a guess ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 14 March 2008
And a damn good one it is.
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 14 March 2008
At least we can be sure that the music was done by Chris Hülsbeck, so I added the SID.
User Comment
Submitted by wreg on 14 March 2008
the main problem is the future
this only makes sense if the infos here are true
i draw many conclusions of the data i find here to add more, and if the data already here is wrong, the conclusions are probably as well
that way, it gets worse and worse :)

sure spelling IS a problem, though i dont want to guess what they could have meant to draw conclusions :)
User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 14 March 2008
lol.. forgot to mention on point 1. -> hehe well show me a scene release with perfect spelling :) most scene kids did/do not know proper english ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 14 March 2008
Wreg, ok ok.. feel welcome to change it back.. or if you want i'll change it back I don't care. 50% of the entries on csdb however are based on less information than this though Wreg, there comes a time where a bit of guessing is needed on anything pre-1988 and i'd say the guesswork is minimal on this release.
User Comment
Submitted by wreg on 14 March 2008
1. "bruce and bongo (in starlight) presents ..." sounds like they released it and tell the world that they are in starlight or whatever
2. are you sure the two coded it?!
perhaps bruce ripped the music, did some gfx and bongo did the coding!?
3. where is your info with 1733 for starlight from zyron?
for me it could be kind of a group 'bruce and bongo in 1733' which perhaps later became starion or so ...
just some thoughts, which gave me enough doubts NOT to enter the stuff you did

if you are sure, you are welcome to correct me
User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 14 March 2008
Wreg, 1733 is an aka for Starlight and the only members of Starlight are called 'Bongo and Bruce'
come on.. how much more sure do you want to be :)

btw, I changed it myself.
User Comment
Submitted by wreg on 14 March 2008
"you should ONLY enter information that you are sure of"

perhaps thats why zyron choosed to add a comment instead of changing it

and no, i wont change it, this entry is not locked
User Comment
Submitted by Tim on 14 March 2008
excellent spot z! wreg you want to change it?
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 14 March 2008
This might be released by Starlight since they used the number 1733.
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