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Edge of Dawn's humble beginnings started off in 1998 as Mario Schumacher's solo project. Influenced by Nine Inch Nails, Covenant, Front Line Assembly, Skinny Puppy, Front 242, Depeche Mode, and Mentallo & The Fixer, Mario released two web only demo albums in 1999, Sleep and Fear of the Unknown, through mp3.com. After working on his skills as a songwriter and sound designer for ... Read more in Amazon's Edge of Dawn Store

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  • Audio CD (November 18, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: November 18, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Dependent Records
  • ASIN: B000BLM1O6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,510,918 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Losing Ground
2. The Flight
3. Elegance
4. Losing Ground [Nils Schulte Remix]
5. Descent
6. The Flight [Autoaggression Remix]
7. Find a Way Out
8. The Flight [Iris Remix]
9. Descent (Reprise)

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For all the fans of intelligent electro who can't wait for new Seabound material, never fear: Seabound singer Frank Spinath has joined forces with programmer Mario Schumacher to create the project "Edge of Dawn", who will release their debut EP "The Flight [Lux]" on Dependent this November. Musically, the project inhabits a space between bands like Covenant, older Lassigue Bendthaus and...Seabound.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By BALACI MARCEL on May 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Garnering much success with his band Seabound, vocalist Frank Spinath has teamed up with Mario Schumacher to create the side project Edge of Dawn. The duo's first release, The Flight [Lux] EP, is an incredible blend of intelligent electro. Frank's thought provoking lyrics and seductive voice keeps you thinking while Mario's intricate programming keeps you dancing. From the fast paced title track to the ballad "Descent," each track easily stands on its own merits. The catchy melodies and vocals will be stuck in your heads for days. One of THE best side projects of any band, Edge of Dawn will be around for a very long time - much like Front Line Assembly's Delerium project.
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Format: Audio CD
As a fan of Seabound, I always wanted to check out Edge of Dawn, the side project of Frank Spinath. In the end I ended up buying THE FLIGHT [LUX] EP. THE FLIGHT consists of 3 new songs and 6 remixes of 3 different tracks. I certainly could hear a bit of Seabound in the beats but the music is darker and harsher especially in Frank's vocals. The title track is a great example of the dark, harsh terroritory Frank and Mario Schumacher goes with Edge of Dawn. There is still quite a bit of synthpop flavor in the songs especially in songs like "Losing Ground" and "Elegance". I don't think Frank wanted to totally alienate any Seabound fans with this group by completely ditching his synthpop roots. The remixes for "Losing Ground", "The Flight [Lux]", and "Descent" were okay but they didn't do much for me. I don't know if it was necessary to include a remix for all three songs. One or two would have been suitable. The music wasn't nearly as melodic as Seabound therefore the cd took a bit of time to grow on me. Still I am glad that I checked out Edge of Dawn's music.
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By Xonic on January 5, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of the members of Seabound for years and picked up this little treasure back in 2005 after I heard Elegance for the first time via EBM club one night. Lux holds amazing beats, riffs, and lush synths by Frank M. Spinath. Lux is absolutely for anyone that craves old school synthpop and traditional EBM structured songs of yester-decades of 80's and early 90's. After Lux's 6 year debut,you still hear Elegance & Losing Ground played at the local clubs here in my area. From EBM newbs to EBM veterans like myself, you will find something to love about Lux.

"I'm not asking you to give,
I want you to take,
Your grace and your voice,
Weapons of choice,
Mistress of innocence..." -EoD

-Xonic
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