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Early Edison

Tom Ashton and Rob Coffin formed the high-energy pop clothing Early Edison in the past due ’90s with drummer Chris Santiago and bassist Tom Wendling. Having plowed through pouches from the Midwest and East and Western Coasts, Early Edison produced a name for themselves because of their lush harmonies and catchy pop music. Their solitary “Demographically Satisfying” from Devotion & Deceit was selected as Pop Music of the entire year by Newsday in 1997. 3 years later on they teamed up with Tony Maimone (Pere Ubu, THEY COULD BE Giants, Bob Mould) release a their self-titled sophomore work.

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