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Author Topic: 6925 (usb) Voice Of The Robot  (Read 1231 times)

Offline The Web

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6925 (usb) Voice Of The Robot
« on: October 11, 2009, 0012 UTC »
Noisy copy into Orlando, fair signal with fading to under the noise floor.
0008z ID then big fade.
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Re: 6925 (usb) Voice Of The Robot
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2009, 0013 UTC »
Voice of the Robot, 6925u, 10/10/09 SINPO 25532
Mostly faded near the noise floor, but some nice fade-ups to around S5 in Chicago.

Sign on and ID at 2343z - "Attention - Attention - This is the Voice of the Robot"
Sounded like the theme from Lost in Space.

2344z - Stones - Jumpin' Jack Flash
2348z - Rick Derringer - Rock & Roll Houchie Coo
2352z - Lennon - Imagine
2355z - ID again - seems to be Voice of the Robots
0001z - very difficult to hear now - mostly at or below the noise floor.

Audio from start of show: http://download.yousendit.com/Y1RwMFhnaFI3N0R2Wmc9PQ

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