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Machine    (June 1991 - ??)

Ex member of :
Blaze (6-1991 -> 12-1992), Oxyron (1-1993 -> ) [web]
Functions :
Diskmag Editor, Mega Swapper
Founder of :

Trivia :
Machine (2008):
A bit history (in bad English) of mine, read and enjoy it.

Machine (1994) Skyhigh Issue Nr.: unknown:

Hmmm which guy will be here now? I think many of the readers don't know me! Coz I left the scene about 1 year ago and in January 1994 for 100%. Okay here is my handle: MACHINE / Ex-Oxyron and I don't write here to tell ya all that I will be back in the scene. I write here only about me coz a good pal named 'BIZKID' ask me. I hope some good old friends read this text to understand why I left the C64 Scene.

Okay now let's start from the beginning to the end of my computer activities. My handle is 'Machine', my real name is 'Mike'. I'm now 21 years old and I'm 1.90 tall. I have short dark blond hairs, some month ago I had long hairs but I had to cut'em for my army service, my eyes are grey-blue. I live in north germany in a small town called 'Schleswig' near the Danish boundary.

My brother (SCRAPPER) and i got the c64 1987 at Christmas. First we lamed around with playing games... Then 1,5 years later we got in contact with a guy named 'Thomas' today hopefully famous under the handle 'PEACE' . These two guys start to code, first in basic and then in assembler. I start to paint some logos and pics under my old handle called 'spew'. The pictures were really lame and ugly. Then we build up a group called 'The Real Force' we released under this Lable one mega demo and a 1 file demo. The name of the mega demo called: Enjoy The Silence'. Maybe some of you know the demo, but under this lable we didn't became famous, coz I had only contax in the pd-scene and not in the real insider c64 scene. At this time I had never thought that I will get in the real c64 scene.

1990-91 we tried our best to become a bit famous. In the middle of the year 1991 I saw our addy in the discmag Mamba coz 'Thomas' wrote a letter to the editors of the 'Mamba' with our addy. Some days later a guy contact me called 'Stiff/Bonzai'. But I had no stuff, so I send him some OLD demos back... And some days later another guy contact me called 'Bomb/X-Rated'. In the note I saw his phonenumber and called him up. Some days later we (Scrapper,Peace and me) visit him and there we got the latest software, it was in June 1991. This was the time where I get active in the c64 scene. At this time I start to contact a lot of guys in the scene but the most didn't answer. Some weeks later we build up a new group called 'BLAZE' after some month I was in contact with ca.15 guys, it was not easy to get in contact with some scener like today, coz friendship was a unknown and a very new word in the scene.

In August'91 we drove to the Nato-Party in Hildesheim. It was my first Computer- Party. Some days later we got a inspiration from 'Bomb' to produce a discmag. In September '91 we released our first issue of 'Addybook' on the 'Bocholt-Party' in Bocholt. Most guys liked the first issue, but I must say the outfit and the grafix were really ugly. With the first issue I contact a lot of guys and the most wrote back. Now Blaze got famous with the mag 'Addybook'. Some month later we meet us with some guys from the group 'PRINCES'.

Some weeks later we organized a little party at our homeplace. Some visitors: Nyarlathotep/Sunrise, Bomb/Stormfront, Amarok/Security and all princes freaks ofcoz. At the party we released a little coop demo with princes and a new issue of Addybook. Some weeks later we were in coop with the guys from princes. In october'91 we released a coop demo on the Bocholt Party with Princes. On the 6.December'91 we visit the Gloom-Party with no release from our group. In february'92 we visit the Venlomeeting to meet there some dutch members of 'Blaze'. And it's not a joke we had also a crack section under the 'Blaze' lable. But these guys left the scene after some month, sad but true. In April'92 we visit the 'Light Party'in Sweden. It was very crazy there coz all famous groups were there...... Some month later we in 'Blaze' released our demo 'Jail Trellis' it was not the best. Some weeks later I joined the guys in 'Oxyron' as second group coz they need a Megaswapper. At this time I had around 120 contax then I was with Scrapper and Peace often on 'Oxyron' meetings to view new parts and to visit the crazy Oxy-Guys. At this time 'Addybook' was very famous and my job were the 'reaction chapter and the review chapter'.

1992 at Christmas I become for the 1st time really lazy, coz the most of my contax stop on c64 and left the computer scene. In january'93 'Blaze' died and 4 guys from 'blaze' joined 'Oxyron'. The reason why 'Blaze' died, was that the dutch members left us. 1993 I left nearly the c64 scene, I was unactive ca.6-7 month, I wrote only my two chapters in 'Addybook' and visited 'The Computer Crossroad' in Sweden. September 1993 I got some power back and start again, but the most contax were on other systems or left the scene. At the Christmas Party in Herning I lost my fun on the c64 for 100% coz not that many guys like some years before were on the c64 system. In January 1994 I left the scene and stopped with my c64 activities. We released also the last issue of 'Addybook' and stop with it. Now I try to enter the 'PC' scene as gfx'er. You will never see me on the 'AMIGA' coz on this scene are to many freaks and groups, there is no future for beginners like me. I hope to see some of you maybe on the 'pc' system. See ya all there....

How i got my handle you maybe ask. Don't ask me I can't remember it.

my favourites demo groups 'c64'


my favourites demo groups 'pc'

2.future crew

my favourites musicians on 'c64'


my favourites musicians on 'pc'

1.purple motion

okay guys that should be all favourites!

what is my job beside computer?
today i do my 'army service' here in germany.

what are my favourite real music-groups
fields of the nephelim, the garden of
delight, love like blood. and all kind
of rock-wave. yoo guys crossover sux
and tekkno sux like hell!!!

okay that should be all for you see ya
than maybe on 'pc'......


Other handles used by this scener :(Display all info for all handles)
Spew(?? - June 1991)

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Credits :
DownloadAddybook #15 by Oxyron ...  1994 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #14 by Oxyron ...  1993 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #13 by Oxyron ...  1993 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadGold Rush #4 by Skylight Designs ...  1993 Diskmag  (Interviewed)
DownloadThe TCC '93 Party Demo by Oxyron ...  1993 One-File Demo  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #12 by Oxyron ...  1993 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #11 by Blaze ...  1992 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #10 by Blaze ...  1992 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #9 by Blaze ...  1992 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadJail Trellis by Blaze ...  1992 Demo  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #8 by Blaze ...  1992 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #7 by Blaze ...  1992 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #6 by Blaze ...  1992 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadMagnetic Media #3 by Effect, Toxic Track ...  1992 Diskmag  (Interviewed)
DownloadAddybook #5 by Blaze ...  1992 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadGenetic Dreams #09 by Trinomic ...  1992 Diskmag  (Interviewed)
DownloadAddybook #4 by Blaze ...  1991 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #3 by Blaze ...  1991 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadMeeting Demo by Blaze, Princes of the Universe ...  1991 One-File Demo  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #2 by Blaze ...  1991 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadAddybook #1 by Blaze ...  1991 Diskmag  (Text)
DownloadMadica by Blaze, Princes of the Universe ...  1991 Demo  (Text)
DownloadContact Demo by Blaze ...  1991 One-File Demo  (Graphics, Text)

Attended :
Oxyron Party 2008
Tribute 1994
The Party 1993
The Computer Crossroad 1993
Data-Live Conference 93
The Party 1992
Venlo Meeting May 1992
Light + Phenomena Easter Party 1992
Gloom Scheersberg-Party 1991
Blaze Meeting October 1991
NATO + Steel Party 1991
Spherical Designs Party '91

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