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The lost tapes from Glasgow's premier pirate radio station have been found in Jack's mum's loft and have been ripped to mp3 so they could be released as a podcast every Tuesday.
Twelve tapes in all were found in the loft. It all started so well until Jack got in some legal battles with Clyde 102.5 over certain frequency modulations and the lawful ability to broadcast Makina, hardcore and bouncy tunes to the Glaswegian masses.
As technology moved forward the broadcasts became more problematic as shout-outs and voicemails started to overtake the music and Jack couldn't cope with the changes.
It got worse as Jack was let down over several live events he was meant to headline at Archaos. The event 'Dark Matter' was a success - which made things even worse.
Jack's luck seemed to change as he managed to get a two-page spread in Times Out, but an old nemesis, Joe, was the reporter so, Jack packed his bags and moved to London for a change of scene.
That never really worked out either and Jack was back in Glasgow after a few days, before eventually settling down, becoming the most zen pirate radio DJ in Scotland.
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