Piece of cake

By Denis Welch In Culture

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1st September, 2007
Vultures like cake. This one does, anyway. Edmund Cake's 2004 album, Downtown Puff, was a great off-the-wall set by the guy who was once a third of Bressa Creeting Cake: but all has been quiet on the Cake front since. Having heard that he had a new band, Pie Warmer, the Vulture tracked Cake down and subjected him to a probing three-question interview, in the course of which a dramatic name-change was revealed. So, Ed, is it that "difficult second album" time for you? No, I only release first albums: 1 Bressa Creeting Cake, 1 Edmund Cake, 1 Pie Warmer - all first ...

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