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Thanks to Edge of Sanity

Discussion in 'Dan Swanö' started by Slynt, Nov 4, 2001.

  1. Slynt

    Slynt Lord and Liar

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    Man, I was so into Edge of Sanity in the mid-nineties; from "Unorthodox" to "Infernal", there was no other band in the world which took up so much space in my heart :)

    Sadly, I didn't like "Cryptic" too much, and then Opeth came along, snatching away heart-space like the cookie monster on a rampage...

    I was lucky enough to be at a concert with them and party with them afterwards, at least (see numerous boasts in other threads hehe)....

    Anyhow, if there is one band in the world I feel I'd like to thank, it would be Edge of Sanity, who helped me define so much of myself and my musical tastes during the nineties; they truly rock!!

    WILL THERE EVER BE A NEW EDGE OF SANITY CD?!?!?!
     
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    Edge of sanity owns , i list them as one of the best bands of the 90s and often overlooked......:mad:
     
  3. HoserHellspawn

    HoserHellspawn Pixel Manipulator

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    According to Dan's homepage, he heard word that EoS are all done, finished, all washed up. Which isn't really all that surprising... I think we knew EoS was pretty much done once Dan left.
     
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    Melancholia Eternal daydreamer

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    true,though "Cryptic" is a good album... or at least i thought so back in 1997 when it was released....
    I haven't listened much to it lately....i don't feel like doing so
     
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    I feel exactly the same way, EoS touched me in a way that nothing else in my life ever had. Crimson, every thime I listen to it, I become more obsessed, and it always gets better.

    Dan, I am your Disciple.
     

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