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Zine #5 - 57 - Scanex Interview (2/2)

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Scanex Interview (2/2)
by Majestic of Brainstorm

21) What kind of music do you like, name us a group (real music).
I like heavy-metal. Skidrow, Motley Crue, Metallica, D.A.D.

22) Your opinion about Crusaders Eurochart.
It's good, they should keep it up.

23) What do you think we could improve in Zine.
More colors in the articles. Not that many articles in German.

24) What do you like about Zine.
I like the long good interviews the good articles.

25) Tell us about the last cool copy party you were at, and tell us what happened there (if anything special).
Its was long time since I was on a copy party. It was the Triangle & Horizon copy Party here in Sweden.

26) What is the oldest Amiga Crew which you still remeber.
I think it was Hotline or Bamiga Sector one.

27) What do you generaly thing about old Heros like The Kent Team, Bamiga, The Star Frontiers, Unit A and groups like that.
I think they were coool groups, released good stuff.

28) Which of todays groups would you say are living legends.
Red Sector, Scoopex, VF

29) Tell us what you know about the rather new group Paradox.
I only know that MAD made that group and some Trilogy Members joined them. One of Trilogy Members joined us. I hope that Paradox will release some good quality cracks. I give them my best wishes.

30) Ok any last words, special greetings, hi-to-mom-and-dad kind of stuff, do it al here.
Special hi to: Kevin/Vision Factory and The Edge of Alcatraz also to Starlight of Exodus.

This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #5" by Brainstorm 1990.

Some content may refer to activities that are illegal in some countries. BitFellas does not support such activity.
Addresses and other contact information were only valid when this magazine was originally published, in june of 1990.

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