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Episode 5: Knock
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January 30, 2016 10:02 AM PST
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X Minus One Radio Show program.

Episode 4: Universe
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January 30, 2016 09:58 AM PST
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X Minus One Radio Show program.

Episode 3: Man In The Moon
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January 22, 2016 11:07 AM PST
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X Minus One Radio Show program.

Ambient Music For Robots: 3
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January 22, 2016 01:26 AM PST
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Somewhere In Detroit by Telegraphy Richard Sudney from Detroit Michigan U.S.A. is a electronic music producer and sound designer who's influence is heavily seated in early dub techno. A renegade artist with a backwards style of production using out of date and home built equipment, fabricates up lifting vibrant sounds that are far echos of Detroit techno and dub. Releasing tracks on the internet since 2005 under the moniker Monopole and more recently Telegraphy, major netlabels took notice of his unique sound. TestTube, rec72, Clinical Archives, Headphonica, and Happypuppy recordings just to name a few. Richards presents on the web prompted the curation of his own solo artist microlabel Metal-Oxide-Malfunction and then ultimately Ionosonde Recordings in 2010, where all of his material is now released from. With dozens of digital albums under his belt, in 2013 he released the phyical CD “Ionosonde” under his own name.
ct="http://purl.org/dc/terms/" about="http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Telegraphy/Somewhere_In_Detroit/">Somewhere In Detroit (Telegraphy) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0
Ambient Music For Robots: 2
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January 21, 2016 01:54 PM PST
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OceanTapping (2 Hour Instrumental) P C III ( Pipe Choir Three) is a musical project started by Michael J. Bostwick in 2013. P C III was developed as a platform to showcase all of Michael Bostwick’s Onistwave compositions. Onistwave is a genre of music developed by Michael J. Bostwick. OceanTapping (2 Hour Instrumental) by P C III is licensed under a Attribution License.
ct="http://purl.org/dc/terms/" about="http://freemusicarchive.org/music/P_C_III/OceanTapping_2_Hour_Instrumental/">OceanTapping (2 Hour Instrumental) (P C III) / CC BY 4.0
Ambient Music For Robots 1
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January 17, 2016 11:16 PM PST
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Stellardone: Echoes

Stellardrone is a pseudonym of amateur composer (Edgaras, b.1987, Lithuania, Vilnius) who started creating music in 2007. Releasing all albums for free and promotes free sharing of digital copies.

Episode 2: Mars Is Heaven
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January 08, 2016 06:42 PM PST
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X Minus One aired on NBC from 24 April 55 until 9 January 58 for a total of 124 episodes with one pilot or audition story. There was a revival of the series in 1973 when radio was attempting to bring back radio drama and it lasted until 1975. The show occupied numerous time slots through out its run in the 50's and thus was never able to generate a large following.

X Minus One was an extension of Dimension X which aired on NBC from 1950-51. The first fifteen scripts used for X Minus One were scripts used in the airing of Dimension X; however, it soon found its own little niche. The stories for the show came from two of the most popular science fiction magazines at the time; Astounding and Galaxy. Adaptations of these stories were performed by Ernest Kinoy and George Lefferts. They even wrote a few original stories of their own. The writers of the magazine stories were not well known then but now are the giants of today. These stories came from the minds of Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, and Poul Anderson to name a few.

Episode 1: No Contact
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January 08, 2016 06:01 PM PST
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X Minus One aired on NBC from 24 April 55 until 9 January 58 for a total of 124 episodes with one pilot or audition story. There was a revival of the series in 1973 when radio was attempting to bring back radio drama and it lasted until 1975. The show occupied numerous time slots through out its run in the 50's and thus was never able to generate a large following.

X Minus One was an extension of Dimension X which aired on NBC from 1950-51. The first fifteen scripts used for X Minus One were scripts used in the airing of Dimension X; however, it soon found its own little niche. The stories for the show came from two of the most popular science fiction magazines at the time; Astounding and Galaxy. Adaptations of these stories were performed by Ernest Kinoy and George Lefferts. They even wrote a few original stories of their own. The writers of the magazine stories were not well known then but now are the giants of today. These stories came from the minds of Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, and Poul Anderson to name a few.

This series has survived from its original airing in high quality to be enjoyed today.