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The Flexible Arts   (TFA)

Founded by :
Laxity in 1989

Dissolved in :

Group Type :
Music Group

Base Country :

Trivia :
[Trivia compiled by Ben, using information provided by Rambones (December 2004) and valuable information provided by Zenox (Februari 5 2005)]

Savage of Starion was a "secret" member of The Flexible Arts and later Zenox also became a member. But only formally, as Savage and Zenox never released anything under label of The Flexible Arts.

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

The Flexible Arts died when Laxity joined Maniacs of Noise.

Many years later, in 1996, Savage, Scorpio and Zenox (all former Starion members) created a real company called Flexible Arts I/S. They contacted Laxity and got his permission to use the name. The company created a number of webpages and CD-ROMs for various Danish organizations. They also did some work for ITE, the company behind Hugo the TV-troll. Around 1999-2000 the company was closed down due to various problems.

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All Members :
Future Freak   (ex) .... Musician
Laxity   (ex) (1989 -> 1990) .... Musician
Savage   (ex) .... Coder
Vivaldi   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Zenox   (ex) .... Musician

Releases : (4)
DownloadAdventure ... 1989 Music
DownloadMusic Disc ... 1989 Music Collection
DownloadTFA Editor V3.24 ... 1989 Tool
DownloadWood Worne ... 1989 Music

User Comment
Submitted by Laxity on 25 August 2006
I think I have a music demo on a disk. I remember doing one for the Arkadia guys behind DMA Warrior before they bought the music and the DMA Warrior title music is in that demo. Must see if I can find it...
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