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RWA 4973 A2-3. CONTENTS: 1 sound reel : 7.5ips, double-track ; 10-inch, 1/4-inch (polyester). Recording Laboratory 2004. Duration: 42.52.798. TITLE: ABETR2MORO I[NSTITUTE]S[PECIAL]P[ROJECTS]D[ESIGNATION]: 816FUN. Hey LOL! 'member this? It was headed fer the bin!! PW2W" It was a brief note, a sudden rush of recollection,4973. THE Tape. THE MIX TAPE. Designed to be the ULTIMATE PARTY TAPE, utilizing state of the art 816FUN sound technologies! 50% satori rates on tests in the Midwest! Upper 80's along the West Coast! Really fantastic stuff. But this was years ago - 2004! I was a different person then. Heck, i guess we all were, eh! Last I heard it had been decommissioned back in 2005 - "too popular sounding," "it's reckless!" "too much, too soon," they had said. And shortly thereafter the funding for Project 816FUN just dried up completely. Ah well, what else can you expect from an org whats calls themselves 'the Institute?' NOW: FROM OUT OF THE INSTITUTE's RUBBISH BIN and straight to your computer, Lord oPEN and PW2W proudly present ABETR2MORO: a sound experiment from Project 816FUN. - listen carefully, may contain secret messages