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Eden Lost is an spanish Hard Rock band from Madrid. It was formed in March, 1999. Its been through different line-ups, staying since the very beginning two of its original members, Javier Nieto (Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar and Background vocals) and Jesus Laso (Lead Guitar, Rhythm guitar and Background vocals). The actual line-up, formed by: Ignacio Prieto (Vocals), Javier Nieto (Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar and Background vocals), Jesus Laso (Lead Guitar, Rhythm guitar and Background vocals), Javier Gallego (Keyboards and Background vocals), Santi Hernandez (Bass) and Jorge de la Cuerda(Drums).

The next years meant a huge compositive and rehearsing effort to get a place and a name within the rock scene of the spanish Capital city. Some of Eden Losts highlights are its appearances as supporting band on many rock concerts in Madrid (TNT, Mitch Malloy, Bob Catley) Eden Lost has also played in concerts beside other prestigious spanish rock bands, such as 91 Suite, Airless, Ice Blue, Nexx, Cuatro Gatos or Jorge Salan.

During the last months of 2001, Vinny Records, got interested in recruiting the band for its music label. Finally, in 2002, the band signed a contract with Vinny Records and recorded its debut album.

Previously, Eden Lost had financed itself a demo-CD, titled 2002, including four tracks: Saturday Nite, Burn, Only Girls and You (Make Me Feel So Alive); as a good foretaste and proof of its potential.

The first album contains ten tracks recorded at Estudios Axis in Madrid. The band wanted to work with their friend Jose del Pozo, a sound engineer who has been involved in the recording of quite a few crunchy guitars international bands, such as Foo Fighters and Blink 182. He has also worked with new spanish rock musicians, as young guitar player Jorge Salan in his two albums.

The production, mixing and mastering of Eden Lost's first album was made by the own band along with Jose del Pozo, in Madrid.

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