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Anarchy (1989-1993)

Anarchy is an Amiga demo group.

Members

ENG 
  • Del (Derek Leigh-Gilchrist, code, 12/90)
  • Gamma (Fred, music, ex Razor 1911)
  • Hammer (Adam, code, 02-08/90)
  • Kris (code)
  • Punisher (code, 02/90)
  • Raphael (D.Blackmore, 08/90)
DEN 
  • Cyboman (sysop)
  • Deltaforce (sysop2 'BOOMERANG' EHQ)
  • Rush (Rene Möllnitz, code, 91-12/92)
  • Streamline (ex The Flashing Bytes)
  • Trix (Flemming, org sysop1 'BOOMERANG' EHQ, ex Rebels, new mid91)
FRA 
GER 
  • Deathstar (swap)
FIN 
  • Griffon (Janne Kammonen, music, ex Gate, new 12/90)
  • Psycho (Jani Peltonen, code, ex Gate, new 12/90)
NOR 
  • Laiz (swap, ex Gate, new 12/90)
SWE 
  • Mic (91)
  • Odeon (91)
  • Teeze (org, 12/90-91)
USA 

Dr.Feelgood (sysop 'OVERDOSE'),

  • Steve (sysop 'MYSTIC PLACES', ex Vertigo or Desire!?, 12/92)
  • Trillion (sysop 'POWERHOUSE', 04/91-12/92)
 ??? 
  • Cosy (eng? swap pack, ex Magnetic Fields, new mid91)
  • Marvin (swe? gfx, 11/90)
  • Twister (swe? gfx music, 11/90)
  • Zarch (code)

Group History

Anarchy spent some time as the definitive 'super-group' of the demo scene, before it grew too big and simply died. When they were on top, though, they produced what are some of the most well-remembered demos ever... However, when the best members went and formed Lemon. (old). on 1st February 1993, they pretty much nailed the coffin. After a little while, the remainders of the group decided that the blow was too hard, and they'd rather quit on top than keep going at half speed. Dan and Nuke were involved with the making of several games for Core Design while still in Anarchy, like Chuck Rock.

There has NEVER been a member called Striker and Zoom was never kicked despite rumours in some mags.

1990 
English coder Del joined the group from Mayhem sometime between april and december. In october, the group was reinforced with Mystik (gfx), Dan (code gfx) and Kris (code) from Reaktor. Dan soon released his first production for his new group, the demo "Madness" [10/90]. Come december and "Stolen Data #5" [12/90] - their best yet - they also announced the joining of English musicians Nuke and Cosmos, as well as the leaving of Raistlin (code, 07/90-) and Pioneer who both left the group to concentrate on their educations.
1991 
During the easter holidays in late march, the swedish division (Odeon, Mic, Teeze) arranged the Anarchy Easter Conference 91 party. Germans Mike (sysop 'STATE OF MIND', 09/91), Cyfreak and Koto left for Endless Piracy in september. The entire french section of The Silents were recruited late in the year - possibly as early as september, but more likely around december. These members were Audiomonster (who returned to TSL after just a few days), Conquest, NHP, BKH, Performer, Ronan, Rookie, Surfer and Zoom.
1992 
All Swedish and Finnish members were kicked around january, according to R.A.W #2 [02/92], 'because of their extreme lazyness and bad attitudes.' Swedish sysop Stanton ('3AM ETERNAL') joined Amaze (old) around january, possibly as a sideeffect of the above. German swapper Mike D. (ex Sanity) joined Complex, French coder DCA joined from Rebels and danish musician Maestro joined from Kefrens around january. Come the beginning of april, the group arranged the Anarchy Easter Party in Barnsley, England, which was even visited by their foreign members (Facet). The group themselves came 1st with the trackmo "Krestmass Leftovers" [04/92] (Krest/Critical Mass) and third with the musicdisk "Legalise It..." [04/92] (Dan/Facet/Nuke) in the demo competition =) The scrolltext in the musicdisk revealed that Rush had now moved to England, and was working as a programmer at Core Design alongside Dan. The french section released their first production for Anarchy - the musicdisk "Spring Melodies" [04/92] - at the Eastern Conference in Belgium a little later in april. The group's brand-new german section won the demo competition at the Digital Symposium with "Flower Power" [10/92], but soon after big problems arose in the newborn section. Crux (ex Dual Crew) and Slick (ex Cyberactive) were first kicked out, and as a result of this Pinny (Christian) also left. Anarchy then decided to close down the entire section, and thus Tron, MCM and E.Toball (all ex Dual Crew) were all kicked out! Tron joined Sanity, MCM joined Spaceballs, E.Toball joined Complex and Crux joined Adept. RAW 5's claim that Tron also joined Complex is untrue. Danish musician Maestro (Martin de Agger), who had joined from Kefrens as early as january, was kicked out around october because of lazyness and not being involved with the scene at all. On the 14th of June 1996 he died in Aarhus, Denmark, at the age of 24. Swedish sysop Norad ('ACES HIGH') was recruited around october, and this is now the ONLY board in Anarchy. French swapper Mental (ex Atlantys) left for Willow around october. Englishmen Mole (12/90) and Mr.Big (John, 02-12/90) left the scene in the latter part of 1992. Mr.Big was editor of "Stolen Data" for a while.
1993 
On the 1st of february 1993, a large portion of Anarchy's most talented members in England, Denmark and Holland left to form a new, smaller group called 'Lemon. (old).' These members were Facet (hol gfx, ex Vision (amiga) (old), new late91), Dan (eng code, ex Reaktor, new 10/90), Nuke (eng music, new 12/90), Hannibal (den code, ex The Silents, old handle Sunjohn, 12/91), Slash (den gfx, ex Flash Productions, 12/91), Mad Freak (den music, 12/91) and Paradroid (eng code, ex Digital, new 07/92). Indirectly, it was this act that killed Anarchy. Left without its best members, people started losing their confidence in the supergroup, and started leaving in droves. English coder and graphician Kreator (Michael Troughton, production editor 'Stolen Data', 07/90-12/92) landed a job at Reflections (the people behind the 'Shadow of the Beast' games) and consequently left the scene at the end of january. A few months later they were stone dead. Later, dutch graphician Danny (ex Mirage) also joined Lemon. (old). The two Danes ICronite and Milkshake (both ex Rebels), who participated in such fine productions for Anarchy as "Digital Innovation" [91] and "Hardcore" [12/92], left to form Camel Corporation in February 1993. Frenchmen NHP & BKH (org music, 04-12/92), Conquest and Zoom (all 04/92, all ex The Silents) joined Scoopex in early 1993. After Anarchy died, the Englishmen Judge Drokk (Mark, org editor 'Stolen Data', 02/90-04/92), 4-Mat (Matthew Simmonds, music, 07/90-12/92), Mystik (gfx, ex Reaktor, new 10/90-12/92), Krest (code) and Critical Mass (code) all decided to end their involvement with the scene. 4-Mat's music has since graced several games, as you all know, and it is believed that Kris (code, ex Reaktor, new 10/90) joined him in gamemaking land. This is NOT confirmed, however.
  • Del (Derek Leigh-Gilchrist) is today a game programmer at Codemasters.
  • French painter Suny (ex Rebels, 12/92) joined Movement.
  • Arpegiator (music) joined Chryseis late 92.
  • French coder Ronan (ex The Silents, 04/92) joined Sanity. Ronan coded the musicdisk "Spring Melodies" [04/92] for Anarchy.
  • Finns Destop (gfx) and WDO (code) rejoined CNCD.
  • In the middle of january, Danes Slammer (code) and Xience (gfx, both ex Rednex) joined Melon Dezign. Later also Solnova (gfx) joined. Slammer and Xience collaborated on the trackmo "In The Kitchen" (06/92) for Anarchy.
  • Norwegian coder and swapper Octoplex (ex Gate, new 12/90) joined Palace.
  • French graphician Titan (ex Atlantys) joined Digital.
  • Swedes Lexter (code), Mosh (code, 11/90) and Dexter (music, new 09/91) joined Shining (pre 03/92).
  • Swedish sysop Norad ('ACES HIGH' WHQ) joined Virtual.
  • Tama (ex Euphoria) left the scene.
  • German Maec is NOT a member of Anarchy.
  • French coder Performer (ex The Silents) joined Melon Dezign. He was never a member of Rebels, as some people claimed.
  • Belgian Cybersonik (ex Cult) who worked as coeditor on Stolen Data for a while, was kicked by Trix! He therefore joined Alcatraz 09/92.
  • French trader Rhod (ex Rebels) left the scene. The information in RAW3 that he was kicked seems to be untrue, especially since both the next RAW and Anarchy's own mag Stolen Data confirms he left.
  • French swapper Surfer (David Pointu, ex The Silents) left the scene. Conquest took over the organizing of the French section.
  • French coder DCA (ex Rebels) joined The Silents.
  • The entire French division of The Silents joined. However, a few days later Audiomonster returned to TSL.
  • Finns Golem (gfx, ex Gate, new 12/90-91) and Major Tom joined Carillon.
  • Banger and Mediator (Andrew, eng code, 07-10/90) left Anarchy mid 91. Banger first joined Punishers, and later left the scene altogether.
  • German sysop Bomber ('PEARL HARBOUR' opened 09/91) joined Crusaders late91.
  • Finnish musician Bruno (ex Gate, new 12/90-91) joined SCUP. Bruno released the musicdisk "Bruno's Music Box 3" (91) while in Anarchy.
  • Igor (gfx, 07/90-04/91), Fobia and Cosmos (eng music, new 12/90) got kicked.
  • Finnish coder and graphician Wraith (Mika Keskikiikonen, ex Gate, new 12/90) left the scene 91; a decision he announced in Anarchy's "Bruno's Music Box III".

Releases

See Anarchy (group)/Reviews for personal reviews for these releases.

Demo Dolly Mixture No.01 (ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Zarch
  • gfx: Marvin (logo), Igor (font)
  • music: "Popkorn" by Nuke (4ch MOD format)

Inspired Sounds (ECS Musicdisk, 3 disks)

Credits 
  • code: n/a
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: 4-Mat

Bob Intro 1.0 (1989, ECS Intro)

Credits 

Kreator's First (1989, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code/gfx: Kreator
  • music: 4-Mat
Info 
Released at the Magnetic Fields Party 89.

Stolen Data #1 (1989, .11, ECS Multifile Diskmag)

INT Credits 
MAG Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Tar-Snare Slider" by ???/TAR
  • editors: Kreator, Nosah/Dual Crew Shining
CHA 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: The Dark Lord (font, logo)
  • music: "Tennis" by ???/Spreadpoint (ripped)
Info 
Cooperation with Dual Crew Shining and Tristar.

Final Samples Advertisment (1990, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx/music: 4-Mat

Master of Magic (1990, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Tony
  • music: 4-Mat

Welcome (1990, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code/music: Hammer
  • gfx: Raphael, Hammer

Sine Intro #3.0 (1990, .01, ECS Intro)

Credits 

Kreators Party Demo (1990, 04.02, ECS Demo)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: n/a
Info 
Winner of the Magnetic Fields Select Party demo competition!

4-Mat's Jam Session (1990, 04.02, ECS Musicdisk)

Credits 
  • code: n/a
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: 4-Mat
Info
Chipmusicdisk.
Released at the Magnetic Fields Select Party.

Stolen Data #2 (1990, .02, ECS Multifile Diskmag)

INT Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Stolen Data Theme 1" by Gonzo/Flash Productions (4ch MOD format)
MEN Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Cloud Dreaming" by 4-Mat (4ch MOD format)
MAG Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Lovesong" by 4-Mat
  • editors: Kreator, Nosah/Dual Crew Shining
CHA Credits 
  • code: Kreator,
  • gfx: Kreator, The Dark Lord (font),
  • music: "6beat" by 4-Mat (4ch MOD format)
Info 
Cooperation with Dual Crew Shining and Tristar.

Sine Intro #4 (1990, 08.03, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: 4-Mat

Winter Conference 90 Invitation (1990, early, ECS Intro)

Info 
Invitation to the Anarchy Winter Conference 90.

Stolen Data #3 (1990, .06, ECS Multifile Diskmag)

INT Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Kreator
  • music: "Stolen Data Theme 1" by Gonzo/Flash Productions (4ch MOD format)
MEN Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Caress" and "Fantastic" by Mr.Fancy/Giants, "Live Inside Paula" by Gonzo/Flash Productions (all 4ch MOD format)
CHA 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "6Beat" by 4-Mat (4ch MOD format)
MAG Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Lies" by 4-Mat (4ch MOD format), editor: Mr. Big
Info 
Cooperation with Dual Crew Shining and Tristar.

For Your Delectation & Delight (1990, 08.04, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Kreator, Igor
  • music: 4-Mat
Info 
Released at The Silents, Mayhem and Quartex Party 90
The intro also features graphics ripped from the game Xenon.

Vector Bobs 90 (1990, 08.04, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator, Del/Mayhem
  • gfx: Igor
  • music: 4-Mat
Info 
Released at The Silents, Mayhem and Quartex Party 90.
The intro also features graphics ripped from the game Xenon.

Mini-Intro (1990, 14.05, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Mr.Big
  • music: "mod.Led-Storm" by 4-Mat

Music Demo (1990, 03.06, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code/gfx: Tony Roach
  • music: Jochen Hippel/independent

Raistlins Message Box #1 (1990, .07, ECS Demo)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: 4-Mat

Slipstream Party Demo (1990, 28.07, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Mediator
  • gfx: Igor, Mystik
  • music: 4-Mat
Info 
Released at the Slipstream Summer Party 90.

Slipstream Party Intro (1990, 28.07, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Raistlin
  • gfx: Raistlin, Norris
  • music: n/a (from some game)
Info 
Released at the Slipstream Summer Party 90.

Slipstream Party - Bournemouth '90 Intro (1990, 28.07, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Mediator
  • gfx: Igor
  • music: 4-Mat

Phantasmagoria (1990, .08, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Kreator, Igor
  • music: 4-Mat

Stolen Data #4 (1990, .08, ECS Diskmag)

INT Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Kreator (font, logo)
  • music: "DNA-Dream" by 4-Mat (4ch MOD format)
MEN Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Igor (logo), Kreator (bobs)
  • music: "Intro-Music" by 4-Mat, "Latitude" by Trevor Hamlett, "Vector" by Firefox/Phenomena, "New-Wave 1" by New-Wave/Reaktor (all 4ch MOD formats)
CHA Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Waterfall" by 4-Mat (4ch MOD format)
ART Credits 
  • code: Hammer
  • gfx: The Dark Lord (fonts), Kreator (fonts)
  • music: none
MAG Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Music" by 4-Mat (4ch MOD format)
Info 
Cooperation with Dual Crew Shining.

Dot Demo II (1990, 18.08, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Mediator
  • gfx: Igor, Mystik/Reaktor
  • music: 4-Mat, Jochen Hippel/independent, others
Info 
Released at the Share & Enjoy Party 90.

Captured Imagination (1990, .10, ECS Musicdisk)

Credits 
  • code: Mediator
  • gfx: Mystik, Mediator
  • music: "Lunawaves at Sunset", "Auf Wiedersehn", "Close to the Edge", "VCC+GIGICAR 1989(forestst)", "Heli", "Wizardry", "The Golden Ages", "The Last V8", "Gartingkippers Ahoy", "Ace II", "Cluster", "Red Sector-Theme" by 4-Mat, "Dark Water" and "The-Rockin'Ruler" by Twister

Twister Earwax (1990, 06.10, ECS Musicdisk)

Credits 
  • code: Mosh
  • gfx: Twister, Marvin
  • music: Twister (9 tunes!)
Info 
Released at the No Limits & Imp-666 Amiga Conference 90.

Raistlin Pack 9 Intro (1990, 27.10, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Raistlin
  • gfx: Mystik
  • music: Dr.Awesome/Crusaders

Madness (1990, 21.10, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code/gfx: Dan
  • music: "4-Mat's Madness" by 4-Mat
Info 
Winner of the Magnetic Fields Revenge Party demo competition!

Raistlins Message Box #4 (1990, 27.10, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Igor, Kreator
  • music: Dr.Awesome/Crusaders
Info 
Released at the Magnetic Fields Revenge Party...?

Smoker (1990, 03.11, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Mosh
  • gfx: Twister, Marvin
  • music: Twister
Info 
2nd in the Amiga Halloween Conference 90 demo competition.

Stolen Data #5 (1990, .12, ECS Diskmag)

INT Credits 
  • code: Del, Kris
  • gfx: Dan (anarchy logo), Havok/independent (sd logo)
  • music: Nuke
MEN Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Zapped Out" by 4-Mat, "Celebration" by Omega/Dual Crew, "Up In The Woods" by Steel/Subway and "You Are Not A God" by Echo/Imagine
CHA Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Kreator
  • music: "!Noname!" by 4-Mat
GAL Credits 
  • code: n/a
  • gfx: Raphael, Havok, "Plaything" by Scorch/independent, "Elf" by D.Kalic/Technoflight, "Turtles", "Warriors of Destiny" and "Nightpiccy" by Cryolite/Cryptic
  • music: none
MAG Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Forests" by 4-Mat
  • editor: Mr.Big

Winter Conference 91 Invitation (late 90/early 91, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Raistlin
  • gfx: Mutley
  • music: 4-Mat
Info 
Invitation to the Winter Conference 91.

Bruno's Music Box III (1991, ECS Musicdisk, 2 disks)

Credits 
  • code: n/a
  • gfx: Golem
  • music: "Dr.Snuggles", "Uralvolga Fine", "B.S.T", "Oppenheimer", "Gymnopedies", "Sonar5", "Tunnehairio", "Stracger Is Called" by Bruno
Info 
BMB2 was released when Bruno was still in Gate; he later joined SCUP.
With this release, Wraith announced he was leaving the scene.

Digital Innovation (1991, ECS Disk)

Credits 
  • code: Dan, Rush, ICronite
  • gfx: Golem (load, intro, lions), Dan (sinescroll), Airwalk (fonts), Milkshake (fonts, walkman)
  • music: "Kings of Dawn" (NoisePacker 3 format) and "!Same As?" by Nuke

Madness II (1991, 23.02, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code/gfx: Dan
  • music: 4-Mat
Info 
Released at the Anarchy Winter Conference 91.

System Violation (1991, 23.02, ECS Trackmo)

Credits 
  • code: n/a
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: "Chuck2_endgame_" by Nuke (NoisePacker 2 format)
Info 
2nd in the Anarchy Winter Conference 91 demo competition.

Ferrytales (1991, .03, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Mosh
  • gfx: Marvin
  • music: 4-Mat

Intro (1991, 07.04, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator, Del/Mayhem
  • gfx: Igor
  • music: 4-Mat

Stolen Data #6 (1991, .05, ECS Diskmag)

MEN Credits 
  • code: Dan, Kris
  • gfx: Igor (logo), Mystik (font), Dan (font)
  • music: "Menutune" by Nuke, "Buena Vista" by Danko/Phenomena, "Micro World" by Tama/Cycron, "Trouble Vision" by Romeo Knight/Red Sector Inc
CHA Credits 
  • code: Dan
  • gfx: Mystik (logo), Dan (fonts)
  • music: "Charts" by Nuke
MAG Credits 
  • code: Kris
  • gfx: Mystik
  • music: "Magtune" by Nuke
Info 
Cooperation with Axis and Flash Productions.

Inspiration is None (1991, 29.06, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Mosh
  • gfx: Marvin
  • music: Nuke
Info 
5th in the Amega Party demo competition.

Raistlins Message Box #5 (1991, .08, ECS Demo)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Kreator, Mystik
  • music: 4-Mat
Info 
Cooperation with Genesis.

Raistlins Message Box #6 (1991, .09, ECS Demo)

Credits 
  • code/gfx: Kreator
  • music: Nuke

The Fury (1991, .09, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator
  • gfx: Mystik
  • music: "Ohno..A Demosong" by 4-Mat
Info 
Crashes after titlepic on machines with 2.0+.
Released at an internal meeting.

Raistlins Message Box #7 (1991, .10, ECS Demo)

Credits 

Stolen Data issue #7 (1991, .10, ECS Diskmag)

Credits 
Info 
Cooperation with Flash Productions. Released at the Digital Party.

Seeing Is Believing (1991, 28.12, ECS 1MB Trackmo)

Credits 
  • code: n/a
  • gfx: n/a
  • music: Nuke
Info 
Released for The Party 91 demo competition.

3D Demo (1991, 28.12, ECS Trackmo, 2 disks)

Credits 
  • code: Sunjohn
  • gfx: Slash
  • music: Mad Freak
Info 
Released for The Party 91 demo competition.

Visual Distortion (1992, 29.01, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Dan
  • gfx: Krest
  • music: Nuke

Krestmass Leftovers (1992, 04.04, ECS Trackmo)

Credits 
  • code: Krest
  • gfx: Critical Mass
  • music: n/a
Info 
Winner of the Anarchy Easter Party 92 demo competition!
Critical Mass' first prod for Anarchy.

Legalise It... (1992, 04.04, ECS Musicdisk)

Credits 
  • code: Dan
  • gfx: Facet
  • music: Nuke
Info 
3rd in the Anarchy Easter Party 92 demo competition!

Stolen Data issue #8 (1992, 04.04, ECS Diskmag)

Credits 
  • code: Kreator (main), Sunjohn (charts)
  • gfx: Zoom/The Silents (SD logo), Facet, Mystik, Slash, Morten Thuesen (chart logo), Exarch/Aspect, Corny/Shining
  • music: "music (stolendata)" (menu), "bonkynudge" (magazine) by Nuke, "Charttune" by 4-Mat (ProPacker 2.1 format)
  • editors: Mr Big, Judge Drokk, Trix, Conquest, Cybersonik, Surfer, Rokdazone, and others
Info 
Released at the Anarchy Easter Party 92.

Spring Melodies (1992, 19.04, ECS Trackloaded Musicdisk, 2 disks)

Credits 
  • code: Ronan
  • gfx: Zoom
  • music: "Ethnomagic", "Game Score II", "Game Score III", "Golden Path", "Jazz Band", "Vault of Heaven", "Worlds War II" by NHP, "Eliptical", "Nutopia", "Revealed Truths" by BKH
Info 
Released at the Eastern Conference 92.

Glass Cube Frenzy (1992, .05, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Dan
  • gfx: Mystik, Igor
  • music: Nuke

In The Kitchen (1992, 29.06, ECS Trackmo)

In The Kitchen
Credits 
  • code: Slammer
  • gfx: Facet (title, fonts), Xience (matilde, startlogo, endpic)
  • music: 4-Mat (AC1D and PHA formats)
Info 
4th in the Hurricane Summer Party 92 demo competition.
There are three hidden parts. Refuses to work on my machine; crashes immediately upon loading the bootblock. [glenn]
GLE tested A1200/030-50/2mb chip, 4mb fast/3.0 -- Note: See review!


Deja Vu (1992, 08.08, ECS 1MB Trackmo)

Credits 
  • code: Paradroid
  • gfx: Paradroid, Krest (additional), Slash (additional)
  • music: Nuke
Info 
Winner of the Quartz Summer Conference!

Stolen Data issue #9 (1992, 27.08, ECS Diskmag, 2 disks)

Focused On Art (1992, ECS Fileslideshow)

Credits 
  • code: Slash/Vision
  • gfx: Facet, Hein Design/Vision
  • music: "Sloom" by Hein Design/Vision (4ch MOD format)
Info 
Cooperation with Vision.
Probably released around august.

Flower Power (1992, 24.10, ECS 1mb Trackmo)

Credits 
  • code: MCM, Tron
  • gfx: E.Toball
  • music: Jester/Sanity (main), 4-Mat (endpart, both Promizer format)
Info 
Winner of Digital Symposium 1992 demo compo.

Priority (1992, .11, ECS File)

Credits 
  • code: Skynet
  • gfx: Titan
  • music: Audiomonster

Legalise It 2 (1992, 20.11, ECS Musicdisk, 2 disks)

Credits 
  • code: Dan
  • gfx: Facet
  • music: Nuke
Info 
Contains the tunes "Bag Rasta", "Breath of Air", "Cloud Jumpin'", "Money", "Acid Jazz (part1)", "Acid Jazz - Part 2", "Jordan Jazz", "Emotions" and "Visitors". Additionally, "Bruiser", "Cloud Jumpin'", "Emus Orgasm!", "Gold Return", "Intro", "Menumusic.3(nuke)", "Random Waveforms", "Trabalash" and "Where Now??" are hidden tunes, accessed by pressing F4-F10. There are also 2 hidden parts.

3D Demo II Intro (1992, 27.12, ECS Trackmo)

Credits 
  • code: Hannibal
  • gfx: Slash
  • music: Mad Freak
Info 
Released at The Party 92.

3D Demo II (1992, 28.12, ECS 1MB_CHIP File)

Credits 
  • code: Hannibal
  • gfx: Slash
  • music: Mad Freak
Info 
2nd in The Party 92 demo competition.
Hannibal later released an updated version, which works on Kickstart 1.3 machines, and had some bugs fixed.

Hardcore (1992, 28.12, ECS 1MB Multifile)

Credits 
  • code: Rush, ICronite, Dan
  • gfx: Facet, Milkshake
  • music: Nuke
Info 
Released at The Party 92.

Stolen Data #10 (1992, 28.12, ECS Trackloaded diskmag, 2 disks)

  • all code: Kreator.
Info 
Released at The Party 2.
LOAD Credits 
  • gfx: Facet, Mystik
  • music: 4-Mat
JUKE Credits 
  • gfx: Kreator
  • music: "Above My Head", "Perception's End", "Walk at Night" and 10 Untitled chip tunes by 4-Mat
CHART Credits 
  • gfx: Kreator (font), Mystik (logo)
  • music: Nuke
GAL Credits 
  • gfx: Facet (titles)
  • music: Nuke
MAG Credits 
  • gfx: Mystik
  • music: NHP & BKH
  • editor: Judge Drokk

Lost Andromedeans (1993, early, ECS Intro)

Credits 
  • code: Blazer
  • gfx: Duel
  • music: Lizard

BBS's

  • PROVOCATION (swe, 12/90)

Music in the UnExoticA collection

The following demos in the UnExoticA collection were created by Anarchy.

Demo Year Party
3D Demo 1991 The Party '91
3D Demo II 1992 The Party '92
In The Kitchen 1992 Hurricane and Brutal Summer Party '92
UnExoticA
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