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2004-12-01 19:02
Ben
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Group id #1642 : The Flexible Arts

Supposedly Kim T. Christensen (Future Freak) is part of Flexible Arts. Can anyone confirm this? If possible, please complete the memberlist!
2004-12-02 20:07
SIDWAVE
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Future Freak and Laxity, that's it.
2004-12-02 22:28
Ben
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I only just today discovered Laxity was member as well. Thanks for this confirmation -- it is appreciated :)
2004-12-03 11:34
SIDWAVE
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It was their 'music' group, but then Laxity joined MON.

Nobody today knows where Future Freak is, Laxity has lost contact year ago.

I have some questions for Kim, regarding HVSC :-)
(and I am searching via phone records, but so far no luck)..
2005-02-05 12:30
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Actually, Savage of Starion was a "secret" member of The Flexible Arts (because he wasn't a musician) and later I also became a member. But only formally, as we (Savage and I) never released anything in that name.

I got the permission to use Laxity's music routine and editor in a weekend where we all stayed at Future Freak's place. It was around that time The Flexible Arts was founded.

Many years later, in 1996, Savage, Scorpio and I created a real company called Flexible Arts I/S. We contacted Laxity and got his permission to use the name. We created a number of webpages and CD-ROMs for various Danish organizations. We did some work for ITE, the company behind Hugo the TV-troll. Around 1999-2000 we had to close the company because a lot of things went wrong.

By the way, hello everyone, this is my first post! :-) This site is extremely cool and I'm having a great nostalgia trip! :-)
2005-02-05 14:53
Ben
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Welcome Zenox!

Thanks a lot for your valuable information! I will update the record for now. Feel free to maintain it, if you like.

2005-02-05 15:20
Ben
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Zenox - would be great if you can get some information on exact dates and perhaps even link in some of the releases.. (I bet you can find some of The Flexible Arts' releases on various website..)
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