Jim’s song finds „airtime“ in the computer game male strip show, which he developped in cooperation with the programmers ANTENNE and MINA that year. Thanks to the ingenious and space saving programming the discs had enough space left to include some neverendingloops of a few of the songs. The game became a small success and Avignon’s melodies helped along (versions of this classic still haunt the web, such as... right here ...)
Avignon does a mini performance at the flashy hammond inferno party in the Berlin Hafenbar. He plays 2 songs (a cover of „Popcorn“ and one of his own compositions).
Jim Avignon, who up to that point had almost exclusively been listening to electronic music goes on „The Modern Jetset Tour“ with LE HAMMOND INFERNO and Stereo Total.
He decides to buy a bigger yamaha keyboard with a disc drive and systematically begins to record songs of all genres. He is especially fond of the pre-set feature [...]. A few months later Jim has amassed a repertoire of 50 compositions and feels ready for his first performance.