Exhibit 38 - Amsterdam/Maastricht I - aug. 2005

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08/13/2005 11h49 Maastricht (the Netherlands) - Cabergerweg

Second of two clods on the traffic island at the corner with the Fort Willemweg. This is very near where, on july 27th I picked up #211, and it is more than likely that this find actually comes from the same tape as #211: again we hear a fragment of Robin Beck's First Time ... and - apparently with a radio comment - there's Michael Jackson ... Bad ...

08/13/2005 11h49 Maastricht (the Netherlands) - Cabergerweg

One of two clods on the traffic island at the corner with the Fort Willemweg. On this first one: arabic music.

08/09/2005 13h40 Amsterdam (the Netherlands) - van der Helstplein

On a corner, near nr. 3. The picked up clod contained a couple of Rolling Stones tracks: Flight 505 from their album Aftermath, and, in the montage, parts of Bill Wyman's In Another Land, from the Their Satanic Majesties Request album

08/07/2005 14h30 Amsterdam (the Netherlands) - Houtkopersdwarsstraat

On the pavement. House.

08/06/2005 15h30 Amsterdam (the Netherlands) - Weesperstraat

On traffic island at the corner with the Nieuwe Prinsengracht. Variety. We hear part of the Dutch 'smartlap' (tear-jerker) Droomland, sung by ... Willy Alberti? ... Johnny Jordaan? ...

07/30/2005 12h15 Amsterdam (the Netherlands) - van Ostadestraat

In the gutter, opposite nr. 83... bit of tape and a broken - commercially produced - cassette (see picture). It carries a 'MGA' logo, and a Google search for 'MGA cassette' brought up results related to the Filippines. Thus the printed script on the cassette cover might very well Baybayin, the ancient Filipino script; and the language sung in: Filipino.

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