BRR Extras

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Bonus material that is related to Binary Revolution Radio.

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  1. For some reason, lucky225 and I thought that it would be a good idea to to a cover of the cult classic and loosely phreaking related song called "bananaphone".

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  2. If Binary Revolution had a IVR, this recording accurately describes your options.

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  3. This was an alternative opening theme for Binary Revolution Radio done by our good friend Epiphany. We only used this for a few special episodes.

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  4. This was a promo that I recorded for Rant Radio to play on their stream to promote our show in between other shows. It played randomly between other shows, songs, or random content when no live shows were airing.
    If you never listened to Rant Radio, you may have never heard this promo.

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  5. This was a promo that I recorded for Rant Radio to play on their stream to promote our show in between other shows. It played randomly between other shows, songs, or random content when no live shows were airing. This second promo had slightly different verbiage and had our theme song in the background.
    If you never listened to Rant Radio, you may have never heard this promo.

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  6. This was a promo that Doug recorded for our very own radio station called DDP Hack Radio which was randomly played on our stream to promote our show in between other shows. It played randomly between other shows, songs, or random content when no live shows were airing.
    If you never listened to DDP Hack Radio, you may have never heard this promo.

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  7. This was a promo that Doug recorded for our very own radio station called DDP Hack Radio which was randomly played on our stream to promote our show in between other shows. It played randomly between other shows, songs, or random content when no live shows were airing.
    If you never listened to DDP Hack Radio, you may have never heard this promo.

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  8. This was a short musical intro to our email segment. We added this well into the show to give it a smoother break from my voice and separate some of the show content to make the show sound a little more polished.
    Every single episode was recorded without either host hearing this. We simply paused while recording so that I could go back later and mix in this theme music.

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  9. This is the opening theme music for Binary Revolution Radio. This particular recording is the shortened one and a half minute intro that fades into the opening of our show. Other shows began to use this song frequently, but we were the original show to use it and were given permission and blessing from the creator of the song (and my homeboy) Zearle.

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  10. I have no idea when and where this recording was made nor do I know if it has ever been heard by human ears. It was on my NAS and maybe not have ever been used. It is me simply explaining the definition of one of my favorite catch-phrases "the global interweb" to those people who may not be familiar with the term.

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  11. Another lost file from my NAS that may have never been used. It is an unclear computer voice saying, "StankDawg in the mutherfucking hizzy. ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO DDP!".

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  12. This is a computerized voice introduction for myself and dual_parallel. We both hosted his creation RFA for a long time before we added BRR to the family of shows. I think that we used this recording for at least one episode of BRR that we co-hosted.
    The reference of the intro, for those who are too young to remember, refers back to the old
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  13. This is a computerized voice introduce myself and w1nt3rmut3. It played after the opening theme music on some episodes of BRR.

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  14. This was a reading of the original "hackers manifesto" by "The Mentor" as read by me. This was something that was important to me as a young hacker because it spoke to me and let me know that there were others out there who also felt unchallenged and misunderstood. I tried to read this with the same emotion that I felt when I read it the first time.

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  15. The Bland Inquisitor made a techno remix of the hackers manifesto. It has a computer voice reading the manifesto over top of a techno beat.

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  16. This is the opening theme song for BRR. It is done by our good friend Zearle and we were the only show who was given permission to use this song from him although many others used it and claimed it as their own. This is the most frequently asked question that we ever had on the entire run of the show. Everyone loved this song, so here it is.
    This is the full, unedited original version of the song perfect for burning and listening anywhere. The original name is "Dedication to the Hackers and the Crackers".

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  17. This is a remix of the opening theme song for BRR. It is done by our good friend Zearle. We used this to close out the show on some occasions and special episodes.
    This is the full, unedited original version of the song perfect for burning and listening anywhere. The original name is "Dedication to the Hackers and the Crackers - Matrix Remix".

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  18. This is the original version of the cult classic bananaphone song by Raffi. It is a simple childrens song but has a cult following among phone phreaks. The true original song is actually slower than this, but it was sped up to give it the sounds that is most common today.

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