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Pie WarmerThe Fearsome Feeling

At the end of 2005, Ed Cake was a resident at Te Whetu Tawera: a mental health ward in the grounds of Auckland Hospital. A few weeks into Ed's treatment, the Christmas in the Park concert took place in the Auckland Domain next door to the hospital. Ed's former musical colleagues Goldenhorse took the stage and performed to a crowd of 250,000 people.Ed listened nervously to the music of Goldenhorse drifting in through his small hospital bedroom window. The following night in the hospital common room, the entire Christmas show was replayed on TV. For two nights in a row, Ed was confronted with his musical past and was forced to contrast his grim hospitalisation with the inescapable success of his former colleagues.

Ed had reached crossroads of sorts, and after being discharged he began his new musical venture: Pie Warmer - named after his medication that he described as being like,"...a pie warmer; my brain's not too hot, not too cold."

Work on began in the summer of 2005. He began by assembling his own group, to be called Pie Warmer.The band began rehearsing and some of the material in this early period were songs written during Ed's stay in hospital. The album's basic band tracks were recorded in four sessions, each session lasting only two hours. The subsequent overdubbing sprawled over several years.

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