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The sixth release “14 Friends” (Day 006), released solo by Eric Scott in 1991 represents some of the sharpest of his early song output aimed at college radio. Recordings from these germinal new wave years 1985-1988, feature Eric on vocals (today this would be a rarity), guitars, bass, percussion and keyboards.

“14 Friends” immediately drew comparisons to Julian Cope, John Cale and New Order in its honest (albeit blemished) approach, and its leanings towards dark textures against melodic, uptempo keyboard progressions.