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Watcher    (1987 - ??)

Ex member of :
The Silents (1987 -> ) [web]
Functions :
Coder, Graphician, Public Relations Manager

Trivia :
In Ninja! he tells the story of his computer history. He got his first computer (C64) 4/12 1985 from his mum. 1986 he started to swap together with his friend Alien. Alien had a sound sampler they played with and released the "famous" Radon's and Alien mixes mentioned below.

Became a big shot at DICE (former Digital Illusions) long after he abandoned his C-64 career for the Amiga...
Got himself a big name on the C-64 as "the hit-mix man", making nice tape-mixes of contemporary disco-music according to texts in both Freaky Soft, Explorers and Silents-demos.

Other handles used by this scener :(Display all info for all handles)
Rambo(?? - 1986)
Warlord(1987 - 1987)
DJ Sven(1987 - 1987)
Radon(1986 - 1987)

Country :

Organizer of :
The Silents & Stage 3 Party, The Silents Hacker Party

Credits :
DownloadTwice Cool by The Silents, Tronix ...  1988 One-File Demo  (Text)
DownloadParty Time by The Silents ...  1988 One-File Demo  (Text)
DownloadRevolution by The Silents ...  1987 One-File Demo  (Code)
DownloadArcdex Ripp by The Silents ...  1987 One-File Demo  (Code, Ripping)
DownloadEargasm I by The Silents ...  1987 Music  (Code, Text)
DownloadEargasm II by The Silents ...  1987 One-File Demo  (Code)

Attended :
Alvesta Party November 1988
The Silents Hacker Party

User ratings :  
As Coder:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)
As Graphician:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)
As Public Relations Manager:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)
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