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g24874

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Where could I find this archive
« on: August 19, 2019, 08:14:12 »

So while dumping all the junk from MUSIX.LIB into the archive, I came across several songs that mentioned a "DELERIOUS music disk" in their notes:

L-LOVE.S3M

03 By loki / trace elements   
04 1995/(C)left sock inc.     
05 this was produced for     
06 the DELERIOUS music disk. 
07 Which was started by       
08 Dj_moses! thanx 4 puttin   


L-MAJIK.S3M

07         Released on the   
08    D e L e R i O u S       
09         M u s I K         
0a   D i s K E e ! ! ! !     


P3-ASYNC.S3M

1f .  written by John Fiket  .
20 .  ... aka The Pope [p3]  .
21 . ....  of Mistigris/iS   .
22 . ...   ................. .
23 .   for D E L E R I O U S .


Well, some of the music was alright, but I'm kinda curious now about what this disk looked like and what else was on it. Literally the only other mention I found of it was in some DemoNews newsletter:

=-------------------------------------------------------------[Music:General]-=
Location /demos/music             Size Rated Description
=-------------------------------- ---- ----- ---------------------------------=
/disks/1995/d/delri-1.zip         1125 **    Delerious Music Disk - Disk 1
/disks/1995/d/delri-2.zip         1443 **    Delerious Music Disk - Disk 2


Of course it says "All files listed are on ftp.cdrom.com /pub/demos" and of course that site is long dead. Anyone happen to have an archive, or just general notes of what these disks were like?
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Re: Where could I find this archive
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2019, 11:39:01 »

It looks like it came from the Hornet archive or something similar.  I had a quick look around but found no reference to the disk. Might be lost in the grand scheme of things. 

But, some old archives still exist over at Scene.org, https://files.scene.org/browse/

There's not much interface anymore, but contains 1000s of archived scene releases, especially in the Mirrors folder...

Happy hunting!
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