Amarok (Mike Oldfield) Easter Egg - Morse Signals

In the end of the 52 minutes song, some morse signals can be heard. If you translate them into words it says "Fuc* off, Branson". The reason is the relation between Mike and Richard Branson (the founder of Virgin Records) isn't too good... (Which shows!)

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Crid writes:
Actually, the Morse code says "F*** OFF RB", but as you say, it's still undoubtedly a reference to Richard Branson.
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I have made a little Flash Animation about the secret of AMAROK. http://www.oldfield.de/amarok.htm ;-) Alex www.oldfield.de
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GLEEP! writes:
How to make your own 48-Track AMAROK CD As you all know, the Amarko Album Consists of just one song that's 60'02'' long And if you want to make it a 48 track album, there's A helpful page on POSH!'s Oldfield page - www.oldfield.dk
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