Music Video - Age Of Love - Age Of Love  - Age of Love was an Italian trance project consisting of the two music producers Bruno Sanchioni and Giuseppe Cherchia. "Age of Love" is the 1990 self-titled track by the Age of Love. It is notable as an early popular example of trance music.
A techno sketch with a minimal setup. Used only Reaktor 6 outside of native Ableton stuff. The capture was made during a flight from Gatwick to Aeroporto Sá Carneiro (Porto - Portugal) using cheap Pioneer earbuds.
Music Video - Westbam - Hold Me Back  - Chart Positions: GBR:78 - WestBam (* 4. March 1965 in Münster, Westphalia; Maximilian Lenz) is a German DJ, musician, label owner, former organizer of Mayday and author. The origin of his DJ moniker Westbam is a homage to Afrika Bambaataa, thus Westphalia Bambaataa.
The track from level 5 on the somewhat forgotten Defender 2000 by Jeff Minter and Imagitec. The music was originally intended for the CD format (with the game slated for release on the Jaguar CD attachment), but that changed when Atari decided it would have a better chance as a cartridge. This track is still CD quality, and the cart version gets pretty close. Music by the guys at Imagitec, who also composed the tracks for Tempest 2000.
Music Video - 808 State - Pacific 707  - Chart Positions: GBR:10 | IRL:17 | AUS:82 - 808 State are an English electronic music group formed in 1987 in Manchester, taking their name from the Roland TR-808 drum machine. They were formed by Graham Massey, Martin Price and Gerald Simpson, and they released their debut album, Newbuild, in September 1988. The band secured commercial success in 1989, when their song "Pacific State" was picked up by BBC Radio 1 DJ Gary Davies.
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I created this because recently I heard an ancient, ANCIENT Eurodance song called "Hymn" by "Music Instructor" and I found it hilarious. So I figured I wanna do something like that, but in my version the comedy would be intentional. This is the result. Thanks to all the great people who helped me make this video a reality.
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Music Video - WestBam - Monkey Say, Monkey Do  - WestBam (* 4. March 1965 in Münster, Westphalia; Maximilian Lenz) is a German DJ, musician, label owner, former organizer of Mayday and author. The origin of his DJ moniker Westbam is a homage to Afrika Bambaataa, thus Westphalia Bambaataa.
Hey guys, i literally spend hours online/offline looking for the highest quality music videos. I find the better versions and compare them side by side, frame by frame, until i find the best one. Yet when i upload them to bitchute they get destroyed by severely low bit-rate's, all that work goes down the drain.
So i ask you, to ask Ray to increase the bit-rate of short 4 minute videos. I want to help grow bitchute, but when these videos where quality really matters, are getting wrecked video after video, it becomes disheartening to keep uploading.
-- i corrected some mistakes from the 1st upload, but other than that, it's identical. i am sorry if deleting the original caused any inconvenience, & i would like to thank everybody for watching my videos
this is not a complete history of modern computers & software; if it were, this video would probably run for a half-hour. instead it has all of the most relevant details as a comprehensive justification for the technology & software that exist today
common misconceptions: •bill gates did not invent dos, not even ms-dos (he actually bought it from somebody else, & that person wasn't the inventor either). the inventor of dos is gary kildall, except confusion may arise from the fact that he called his invention cp/m, & then everybody else called it dos
•steve jobs did not invent the graphical user interface, nor was apple the 2nd party to implement a gui: the graphical user interface was invented by xerox parc in 1972. furthermore, rob pike of bell labs created the blit, the 1st graphical "multiprogramming" mainframe terminal in 1982, a year before jobs came close to finishing lisa
•al gore did not invent the internet. the internet was invented by darpa (then known as arpa) in 1969. until the late-1970's-to-early-1980's, the internet was known as arpanet
I spent many hours on finding/editing/remuxing/enhancing this video to get maximum audio/video quality, it literally looks like 720p pre-bitchute conversion. This will likely be the best quality version of this video on bitchute, especially when 720p comes along.
Like, subscribe if you like these videos! I upload Techno, Trance, Electronic, Euro, Dance music. *720p 7M REMUX*