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  • #1280301
    leveret
    Participant

    Killahertz – Psytrance Set 15.09.2011.mp3
    can’t linky it until downloads are back but wicked set killaherz, loved the mellow breaks/prog half hour at the end just the job for winding down from 3 hours of mayhem 😀

    #1163947
    sinner69
    Participant

    Liveset from Crystal Distortion;

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/lab51rat/crystal-distortion-reboot-014[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    raaa

    #1279789
    sinner69
    Participant

    Liveset from Crystal Distortion;

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/lab51rat/crystal-distortion-reboot-014[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    raaa

    #1167958
    wickle
    Participant
    #1167959
    wickle
    Participant
    #1164896
    Angel
    Moderator
    #1280487
    Angel
    Moderator
    #1164897
    Angel
    Moderator

    Oooooooold times

    Got a bit nostalgic here 🙂

    #1280488
    Angel
    Moderator

    Oooooooold times

    Got a bit nostalgic here 🙂

    #1163948
    sinner69
    Participant

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/elite-force/simon-shackleton-live-in-perth[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    raaa

    #1279790
    sinner69
    Participant

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/elite-force/simon-shackleton-live-in-perth[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    raaa

    #1163950
    sinner69
    Participant

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/bigedm-music/bassjackers-crackin-martin[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    raaa

    #1279791
    sinner69
    Participant

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/bigedm-music/bassjackers-crackin-martin[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    raaa

    #1163951
    sinner69
    Participant

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/lab51rat/crystal-distortion-live-in[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    me like

    #1279792
    sinner69
    Participant

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/lab51rat/crystal-distortion-live-in[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    me like

    #1163952
    sinner69
    Participant

    This mix set is really doin it for me…

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/simon-shackleton/simon-shackleton-at-soundfeer[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    raaa

    #1279793
    sinner69
    Participant

    This mix set is really doin it for me…

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/simon-shackleton/simon-shackleton-at-soundfeer[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    raaa

    #1164899
    Angel
    Moderator

    Fcuking mental right now :crazy_diz

    Listen to Psychedelic Trance on Party Vibe Radio

    #1280489
    Angel
    Moderator

    Fcuking mental right now :crazy_diz

    Listen to Psychedelic Trance on Party Vibe Radio

    #1169660
    Gylfi Gudbjornsson
    Participant

    #1164900
    Angel
    Moderator
    #1280490
    Angel
    Moderator
    #1162772
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    this track might not be as well known as others by Madness, it was from 1985 when there was all sorts of stuff going on in the UK and the Cold War was at its height

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kepB5CVUVc

    The Government have announced
    That London Bridge is to be closed
    Under the full moon of May the third
    All the lighthouses and seaside roads
    No, I never, I never read in the news

    Come on, tell me whos this for
    Lighting the questions and
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one

    Tap tap tap, birds that sing
    Telephone calls that do not ring
    One, two, three, whats the time?
    Whos that hanging off my line?

    this bit was about all the surveillance and other secret govt stuff, a call which did not ring sometimes meant a “infinity bug” was in the phone and it was being used to relay the audio from the room. Although this sort of bug wasn’t that common (the components required were not cheap back then) and more often put there by private investigators from newspapers and companies (who would obtain BT uniforms and equipment) than the government.

    123 is the speaking clock number – that circuit was used for this during much of the 1980s and some of the 1990s – it would be used to set off the sirens for warning of nuclear attack. Many anti nuclear organisations sort of knew it was there but weren’t 100% sure what the equipment was for and thought it was for surveillance. Today we now have broadband using an updated version of this technology, you can still call 123 but its expensive and a VOIP telephone will make it inaccurate anyway…

    The main source of the National Nuclear Attack Warning would be Air Defence Operations Centre ( ADOC ) at Strike Command in RAF High Wycombe with a back up at the Preston U.K.W.M.O. Sector Headquarters, located at Langley Lane, Goosnargh, Lancs. This table mounted unit would be used to issue the message to the 250 Carrier Control Points (CCP).

    The operator would turn the safety interlock key switch.
    Press the large Red operate switch.
    The speaking clock would be removed from all the national distribution rings.
    A one second burst of two simultaneous tones of 1200Hz and 1440Hz known as P+Q tones would be sent to sound the incoming message alarm in the CCP.
    When the “Speak Now” light illuminated the operator would announce the message into the dual microphones. This would be conveyed to the injection exchange for distribution on all four of the speaking clock rings.

    CPE400.gif

    WB400 and WB600

    I know that nothing last forever
    And Im just waiting for the sun to set
    Blowing dust from my loud hailer
    On the roof

    Come on, tell me whos this for
    Lighting the questions and
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one

    The Ministry of Co-operation
    Washed and hanging on the line
    Theres a million burning questions
    To set the Thames alight

    Now Ive joined an exclusive club
    Just by being more than poor
    Saw the Deputy Chairman
    On the floor

    Come on, tell me whos this for
    Lighting the questions and
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one

    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one

    #1250368
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    this track might not be as well known as others by Madness, it was from 1985 when there was all sorts of stuff going on in the UK and the Cold War was at its height

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kepB5CVUVc

    The Government have announced
    That London Bridge is to be closed
    Under the full moon of May the third
    All the lighthouses and seaside roads
    No, I never, I never read in the news

    Come on, tell me whos this for
    Lighting the questions and
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one

    Tap tap tap, birds that sing
    Telephone calls that do not ring
    One, two, three, whats the time?
    Whos that hanging off my line?

    this bit was about all the surveillance and other secret govt stuff, a call which did not ring sometimes meant a “infinity bug” was in the phone and it was being used to relay the audio from the room. Although this sort of bug wasn’t that common (the components required were not cheap back then) and more often put there by private investigators from newspapers and companies (who would obtain BT uniforms and equipment) than the government.

    123 is the speaking clock number – that circuit was used for this during much of the 1980s and some of the 1990s – it would be used to set off the sirens for warning of nuclear attack. Many anti nuclear organisations sort of knew it was there but weren’t 100% sure what the equipment was for and thought it was for surveillance. Today we now have broadband using an updated version of this technology, you can still call 123 but its expensive and a VOIP telephone will make it inaccurate anyway…

    The main source of the National Nuclear Attack Warning would be Air Defence Operations Centre ( ADOC ) at Strike Command in RAF High Wycombe with a back up at the Preston U.K.W.M.O. Sector Headquarters, located at Langley Lane, Goosnargh, Lancs. This table mounted unit would be used to issue the message to the 250 Carrier Control Points (CCP).

    The operator would turn the safety interlock key switch.
    Press the large Red operate switch.
    The speaking clock would be removed from all the national distribution rings.
    A one second burst of two simultaneous tones of 1200Hz and 1440Hz known as P+Q tones would be sent to sound the incoming message alarm in the CCP.
    When the “Speak Now” light illuminated the operator would announce the message into the dual microphones. This would be conveyed to the injection exchange for distribution on all four of the speaking clock rings.

    CPE400.gif

    WB400 and WB600

    I know that nothing last forever
    And Im just waiting for the sun to set
    Blowing dust from my loud hailer
    On the roof

    Come on, tell me whos this for
    Lighting the questions and
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one

    The Ministry of Co-operation
    Washed and hanging on the line
    Theres a million burning questions
    To set the Thames alight

    Now Ive joined an exclusive club
    Just by being more than poor
    Saw the Deputy Chairman
    On the floor

    Come on, tell me whos this for
    Lighting the questions and
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one

    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one
    Burning the boats one by one

    #1164902
    Angel
    Moderator

    Never heard that one before :bounce_g:

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