"This is a photo of me after a demo. Probably somewhere in the mid-west of USA. I am sweaty and hanging out with some skate fans."
That's at Shred Central in Toronto.
The dude Ed has his arm around is Gymbo--owner of Shred, and vocalist for the famous Canadian punk band the Dayglo Abortions.
Posted By: Phil on March 7th, 2006 at 07:30PM PST
I just saw the deleted Muska part from Welcome to Hell and was shocked that he was actually going to use hip hop music(nothing against hip hop). But, I always associated Toy Machine with rock guys. It actually shows a lot of people that you're willing to let people be themselves in wanting the image they want. I have so much respect for you, it's not even funny. If only mega-corporate heads could be more like you, this world would be a better place.
Posted By: anthony on March 7th, 2006 at 10:16PM PST
Thanks for the memory jog!
Posted By: ed on March 7th, 2006 at 10:16PM PST
since i see the discussion of music in your amazing videos, i would just like to comment on how synonomous the songs you pick for your various parts (like mote, or billy's franz song) have become with the skating itself. you just can't get amped to skate watching a part with the volume down. coversely, when i hear sonic youth on my mp3, i'm ashamed to say that it sounds a little naked without the screech of a noseblunt! i can't frickin' wait for the video, ed you inpire me to keep tryin' @ 31, and native foods 4 ever!!! toy rules!!
Posted By: chris on March 10th, 2006 at 10:05AM PST
good times???? i hope sick video
Posted By: primetime on March 11th, 2006 at 08:09PM PST