The Very Best of Shocking Twist: A Chronology
Or, a Shocking Twist's Past--a compilation beginning from the beginning of most tortured artistic endeavors: High School. But what's really most Shocking is the phenomenon of beginner's luck--
released December 25, 2005
Eric Holsten: 2006-2015
A Study in Synthesis and Sampling, as well as learning how to sing.
I would like to formally thank Luke Warren, if it wasn't for him I would have never picked up the mouse and keyboard in my study and learned the basis for everything I now know about music and sampling; and my teachers in life: my mother and father, friends and family, as well as all my Professors at Purchase College, who taught me everything, good and bad, I needed to know about music. I will name them for you: John Jetter and Dan Castellani, Peter Denenberg and Joe Ferry, Derin Oge and Frank London, Phil Moffa and Ryan Homsey, Jim James Mcelwaine (at the phi point, nonetheless), Du Yun and Dave Gluck, Silas Brown, and finally all those teachers whom I had very briefly but am still all the more grateful for and can not thank enough. I would also like to first and lastly thank you, for always listening and supporting my passions in love and life.