Re: Number Stations


Subject: Re: Number Stations
From: M.G. Choquette (mactatio@gmail.com)
Date: Tue Apr 12 2005 - 07:40:10 EDT


You are refering the folk-rock band Wilco who got sued by Irdial Discs
for using an unauthorised sample.

Quite strange since it is freely available on the web, it might have
been just a punch in the groin from Irdial to a major label.

If you'd like more info on numbr stations, here are useful links:

http://www.dxing.com/numbers.htm

http://www.spynumbers.com/numbers.tips.html

Of course, trying to decipher the numbers and codes is a whole other thing.

On Apr 12, 2005 4:15 AM, bill thompson <innerd00r@yahoo.com> wrote:
> yeah, the conet cd set is great! definitely
> recommended...i heard that someone used a sample from
> it in a piece and got 'in trouble', as in sued for
> copywrite...ironic if true, in that they were recorded
> from the airwaves without asking the spies for
> permission ;)
>
> b.
>
> --- Paul Deveau <pdeveau@uottawa.ca> wrote:
> > Hi:
> >
> > Gee, I wanted to reply about this earlier. You can
> > download a four-CD
> > compilation of "The Conet Project - Recordings of
> > Shortwave Numbers
> > Stations" along with the liner notes in PDF from:
> >
> >
>
> www.billthompson.org
>
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