Exhibit 102

[ - Vincennes (France), april 22 / Amsterdam (the Netherlands), may 01 2009. -- play/download 🎶 🎧 ]


02/25/2009 10h45 Bagnolet (France) - rue Edouard Vaillant

On the corner, underneath the fence around the tree's foot (see picture). Easy listening.

02/19/2009 16h00 Vincennes (France) - rue Victor Basch spot

Caught by the low metal fence in front of the Ecole de l'Ouest. (see photo). Soul. Shazam recognized tracks by Maze, from the album Anthology.

02/17/2009 18h00 Saint Mandé (France) - avenue Gallieni spot

Small bit next to a tree, in front of the gaz station Agip. Shazam recognized tracks by the Canadian rock group Len, from their album "You Can't Stop the Bum Rush" (Man of the Year, and Big Meanie)

02/14/2009 15h55 Amsterdam (the Netherlands) - Eerste Jan Steenstraat spot

On the pavement, in the mud next to a tree, near nrs. 46A-48B, I picked up a TDK D-C60 cassette in a jewel case. (see photo) According to the handwritten index on the cover, there should have been Beastie Boys and Snoop Doggy Dog music on it. But there is not. It is a spoken letter - or rather, a diary, spoken in english by a Greek girl, who is in Athens, and adresses the boy she met in Holland in the summer of 1994. A Love Story ... A full transcription of the text ("You, a bed, the sea") is available in the SoundBlog. In the montage you hear a short part from about half way the tape, which are like the ready made lyrics for a classic-to-be pop love-song ...

02/01/2009 14h15 Amsterdam (the Netherlands) - Ferdinand Bolstraat spot

On the corner with the Rustenburgerstraat (see photo). Shazam recognized "Howling at the Moon", by the Ramones, from their album Ramones Mania .

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Notes related to Exhibit 82

"You, a bed, the sea" [i]
"You, a bed, the sea" [ii]
"You, a bed, the sea" [iii]


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