We recorded a few songs onto a tape which was destroyed by our sax player after he found religion and decided that he didn’t want to be associated with us heathens. Places like plants, hospitals, laboratories and Inner Lower Arm Pain areas where life-threatening and big materials can be found must have safety markings to warn people and workers where they are. We played everything from anarcho-punk to traditional ska, rockabilly, and a lot of stuff that sounded like we were trying to rip off the Dead Milkmen (we weren’t – it just came out that way). It was done out of anger and I never bothered to even try to contact them first to see if this was their doing. The items below are not as essential as the list above but I would recommend adding whatever you can fit into your emergency backpack from the bug out bag checklist below. There are just 4 songs here and only Steps in the Alley was released otherwise so I am only guessing at the titles. They released 2 demo tapes (this is the second) before releasing a full length in 1995 called “Too Far Gone”.
The sounds were provided by Ronan and the info was from Rikard who considers 100 Men his favorite band second only to the Cosmics. It has more recently become a favorite of mine and I just checked my email and discovered that Andreu sent it so I had to post it immediately. Now, with the added task of having to re-upload everything, I won’t have much time at all to post new things. I got an email from them (basically what they wrote in the comments) which ended with them saying that my post accusing them of this is untrue and unfair. Keith (of the saxophone) wrote the sax tag, and Dave and the band put the backing sound together around my song. Dave Rotheray (of Beautiful South fame) said something along the lines of “you could write something much better anyway”, so I took up the challenge and wrote my own lyrics, some of it was from bits I could remember of the original lyrics and tune, and I made the rest up. And helps to get better data storage capacity of 200-400GB (2:1 compression).
LTO Linear Tape open Ultrium based data storage tape format developed by IBM, Seagate and Hewlett Packard, and they formed a LTO consortium with major magnetic tape manufacturers including Imation. The next generation 16008030 is best and reliable format which offer perfect compatibility with LTO Ultrium 5 tape drives with perfect backward compatibility with older versions. This is impressive improvement which is quite parallel to massive capacities with over 860GB data can be transferred within an hour, Making 183906, data storage tape format most idyllic for greater scale, 24X7, Mission-Critical IT settings. Throughout most of that time over the course of 3 different bands I had a drummer who called himself Hepkat Jose the Burrito King. I’d hate to think that I’d be handing my money over to the record label or distributors who did this. Tape library have more than one drive & also it is cheaper than any other normal hard drives having memory like this, this way it saves a big amount of money for you.
Hepkat Jose got involved in the whole “meeting a woman and having kids and getting a real job” trend and moved to Iowa. But if these companies lost this data in any natural disaster, fire, floods, or with human error this vital lose cost them badly some time whole business, reputation and customer’s important confidence. Not only that, but when’s the last time you listened to the song “Ska Music”? You probably know them for the song Brand New Beat from the first “Skankin’ ‘Round the World” compilation. The first time we played together everything fell onto place perfectly. High SNR and consistent signal strength help make sure efficient processing time. For finishing the top and bottom I make a braid from the waxed linen. Plus, they expected to make a profit. That’s not all; the robust drive head has extended the working life to 50,000 hours, making it an attractive tape solution for budget conscious IT managers.