If you're looking for something from my old site, it's archived here.

Oscar's MiniDisc Stuff MiniDiscs are the coolest things since baggy pants, and they're the wave of the future (well, until 2.5-inch re-writable DVD arrives anyway...) Can millions of Japanese people be wrong? Check-out some of the stuff I've collected.
Fluke Home I only just recently came across Fluke thanks to MTV's AMP show (AKA If We Only Play It At Ungodly Hours Maybe We Can Replace It With Another Beach Party Show). They have a single out called Atom Bomb which sounds great and has tasty Japanese anime-esque bits in it. The single is from the soundtrack to a video game, which seems really silly until you actually play the thing ...
'Wipeout' by Psygnosis I'm embarrased to admit this, but after seeing that Fluke video I had an unignorable craving to play the game that it was written for. Luckily, the game is incredible. If you have a PlayStation, you owe it to yourself to go out and buy this game. If you don't have a Playstation, you owe it to yourself to go out and buy one and then walk right back into the store and buy this game.
Designers Republic The Fluke video and the Wipeout game are visually influenced by graphics artists Designers Republic, who have done work for the likes of Pop Will Eat Itself, The Orb and Nine Inch Nails. I absolutely love their designs and am trying to get my hands on as much info about them as possible. Surprisingly, they don't seem to have their own web site.
Here's a little something drawn from my current obsession with Fluke/Wipeout/DR:

 Red Meat 
     Comic for the sickly depraved amongst us
 The MiniDisc Page 
     Official audio media of the techno-elite
     All things techno and rave
     They're justified and they're ancient ...
 PWEI Nation 
     Pop will eat itself. Honestly.
 Kosmic Free Music Foundation 
     Techno by the masses, for the masses
 Dave's Video Game Classics 
     Semper fi, Tempest et Defender
 Kagaku Ninjatai Gatchaman 
     Remember "Battle of the Planets" or "G-Force"?

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Oct 26, 1997