Born in NY, Erik Sanko’s profession being a jazz musician became popular when he joined New York’s famous jazz group, the Lounge Lizards, executing on the 1984 Live on the Drunken Sail boat album. After executing using the group for a lot more than a decade, Sanko still left the group to focus on various other music along with a single career. Inspired by famous brands XTC, Tom Waits, and Captain Beefheart, Sanko produced Skeleton Essential and released Fantastic Spikes Through Balloon. The group also performed at Lollapalooza. In 2001, Sanko documented his first single effort, Former Imperfect, Present Tense, on Jetset Information. He spent some time working with many important performers, including John Cale, Yoko Ono, and Jim Carroll.
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|Delirious||2006||musician: bass, guitars, metal percussion|
|One Last Thing...||2005||musician: additional guitars|
|Pull Out||2003||Documentary composer: additional music|
|Bad Company||1995||musician: bass guitar - as Erik Norse Sanko|
|Kalifornia||1993||musician: bass - as Eric Norse Sanko|
|Delirious||2006||writer: "Borrow Your Eyes"|
|Chicago Cab||1997||writer: "Watch the Fat Man Swing", "Nod Off"|
|Antártida||1995||performer: "People Who Died" - as Eric Sanko|
|Buck Nelson Presents: Lifting the Cloak of Mystery Off Rock Drumming||2004||Short||Himself|
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