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Desc:Wiki: 'the actual purpose of this station remains unknown to the public'
Category:Military, Science & Technology
Tags:russia, CB Radio, UZB-76, The Buzzer
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Comment count is 13
13.5 - 2011-09-28
A voice message on the buzzer!

And were still alive, a year later!
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-09-28
Part of the remnant Soviet "fuck with their heads" project.
Oscar Wildcat - 2011-09-28
It is the secret communist muslim signal that controls Barack Obama.
fedex - 2011-09-28
now go make a whole album just using this and a drum machine
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-09-28
I think Kraftwerk did that in 75.

StanleyPain - 2011-09-28
Muslimgauze made a lot of stuff that was basically just drum samples (or real drumming) and recordings of numbers stations.

badideasinaction - 2011-09-28
Added to faves as a bad idea...

cool water sandwich - 2011-09-29
Boards of Canada.

Also the Conet Project.

Ghoul - 2011-09-28
These recordings always give me the creeps.
LetsFistAgain - 2011-09-29
"The former Minister of Communications and Informatics of the Republic of Lithuania has written that the purpose of the voice messages is to confirm that operators at receiving stations are alert."

Well.. thats pretty fucking boring then.
cognitivedissonance - 2011-09-29
When I was a kid, my uncle was a chief petty officer in a Navy submarine. The coolest thing he ever did was bring me a world band radio and taught me how to find these things. For years, Sunday nights consisted of Dr. Demento, BBC World Service, the Polish English Language Review (yes, it exists, and it's awesome) and then late night numbers hunting. Later on I was REALLY INTO Electronic Voice Phenomenon, and I've kinda grown out of that, but Numbers Stations naturally lead into that sort of thing.
TeenerTot - 2011-09-29
I always figured it was a way for folks to infer which cities were still around after the nukes.
No buzzing coming out of Moscow....let's try Leningrad.
chumbucket - 2011-09-29
this should have wrapped up with "Three Dawg!! Aroooooooooo"
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