This fifth volume, and one of the BEST of the 'Best of' collection, is about phone line and voice mailbox shenanigans such as phone phreaking and pranks. These are remixed actual recordings of a voice mail community in Silicon Valley in the 1980's and 1990's.
Some tracks are enhanced remixes of material that appeared in the original series. See the comments for the individual tracks to see where they appear in the series.
'Midnight Voicejal psychedelically follows the real-life exploits of 'Voicejailers' as they communicate on, and take over, voice mailbox systems in the 1980's and 1990's through recordings of real voice mail message, outgoings, and field recordings.
Midnight Voicejail FAQ is at:
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Dislcaimer: This program is wholly a piece of artistic expression put together by Phineas Narco & The National Cynical Network and is meant to be heard in its entirety. It is a psychedelic audio documentary made about a number of people who utilized voice mail box systems in Silicon Valley during the 1980's and 1990's for the purpose of creating entertainment for their own amusement, and for socializing.
This program was made for the purpose of education, entertainment and artistic expression. It was made and heard originally on KFJC 89.7 FM in Los Altos California during the early 2000's.
All source material used herein is done so with the express permission of its owner(s). All derived source material outside of that sphere is used under the auspice of Fair Use, and is used for the purpose of commentary and criticism of said material as expressed through its unique re-contextualized placement in this offered syntopical arrangement.
This program is not for profit. All proceeds are considered donations supporting this artistic work, and go back to support the expenses of the NCN project.
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Thank you for listening, and thank you for your support.
released 25 July 2013
Mr. 1:15 (Al Newport); Ronald Redball; Mr. Chemist; Joe Sledgehammer; The Bay Area Representative (BAR);