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Offline Rockpicker

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Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« on: September 09, 2013, 0315 UTC »
S8 - S9   Well above the storm noise out here.
3:06 ut tuned in to RML talking then rock music I can't ID
3:32 ut Shout out's to HFU - including Rockpicker, Thanks RML!
I can't ID some of this music but am enjoying it!!!

4:00 ut Rock / Rap tune - Was that Spike playing rhythm guitar?  I swear it sounded like Bow wow, wow wow, Bow wow - Bow wow!!!

4:28 ut Awww Spike come on Dog...playing "Stale Cracker Rap" for a closing tune?????
4:30 ut 73's - Out
Just Kidding - Thanks for the entertainment RML
« Last Edit: September 09, 2013, 0431 UTC by Rockpicker »
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Unid 6930U 0258 9 Sept'13
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2013, 0316 UTC »
Nice S5/7 signal with Iron Maiden "Dance of death at 0311
 RML Id at 0316
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2013, 0326 UTC »
About S5 here tonight.  Lots of noise on the band tonight.  Get Spike to turn up the transmitter.  Always great to hete you RML.  Thanks for the show!!
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« Reply #3 on: September 09, 2013, 0330 UTC »
Huge signal into the midwest
10-20+
great audio as always
thanks for the show RML always a pleasure!!!!!
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« Reply #4 on: September 09, 2013, 0346 UTC »
Must be what I've been hearing since 0330z on 6930 USB: Durp Peeple "Highway Star"
0349z: RML anncr chatter, shout out to moi (thanky kindly, sir), checking HFU, Free Radio Cafe forums for logs.  Shout out to "Bender, in the great state of Arizona.  Haven't heard from you for awhile."  (Ditto, hope Bender is doing okay.)
0351z: "Major Tom (Coming Home)" Peter Schilling.  Sounds like an alternative version to this familiar song?
0358z: Rage Against the Macaroni "Rally Round the Family With a Pasta Full of Shells".  Kuh-wit it, now.  Balzac Parade!
0414z: Cold Prey "Let's Stalk" (sudden deeeeep fade during this song)
0420z: Falco "Derp Kommisary".  Der food is bad dere.  Jah.
0426z: The Shat getting hiiiiighhh... as a... kite... by then.  All this science... I don't understand... like... frelling magnets... how do they work?
0430z: Sign-off ID.


SINPO=33423, fair to good as propagation peaks and fades.  Suddenly faded out completely at home right in the middle of Coldplay song around 0415z, but was still plenty strong to western remote tuners.
« Last Edit: September 09, 2013, 0432 UTC by Lex »
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« Reply #5 on: September 09, 2013, 0351 UTC »
OK RML, I am here ;)

And you are booming in, S8 or a little better.

(edit)  Sheesh, what was that? Peter Shillings German version of Major Tom?  Dude, don't throw that away, send that version to me, I need to add it to my MP3 player (wife says).

(edit 2)  Der Kommissar, Falco


T!
« Last Edit: September 09, 2013, 0422 UTC by Token »
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« Reply #6 on: September 09, 2013, 0356 UTC »
Booming up here in Alberta (s5 to s6) but some local static  ..hearing from 03:49 hours ...asked about the west coast and if any one was hearing the station....mentioned the propagation was good tonight..yes...it is!
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2013, 0400 UTC »
Got them here with a nice signal into Iowa tonight. Always good to hear the mighty RML.
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2013, 0433 UTC »
Check out Stewie Griffin's version of Rocket Man if you can find it.
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« Reply #9 on: September 09, 2013, 1206 UTC »
Recorder catch:

6930 USB

Fair to decent signal with fading - not as strong of a signal as I usually get from RML, but still audible.  Same details as others.

02:54z-04:30z Radio Mercury Labs

Audio (complete tx): http://archive.org/download/Httparchive.orgdetailsShortwavePirateRadioCont2/RedMercuryLabs6930Usb0254z-0430z09-09-13.mp3

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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6930 USB 3:06 ut
« Reply #10 on: September 09, 2013, 1249 UTC »
SDR recording catch. S9+ signal.  Thanks for the show!
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