Eugene, OR-based art-metal trio Floater was formed in 1993 by singer/bassist Robert Wynia and drummer Peter Cornett, who'd previously teamed in the group Henry's Child; recruiting guitarist David Amador, they quickly recorded a six-song demo that caught the attention of indie label Elemental, releasing their debut LP Sink in 1994. Glyph followed a year later, notching a major local hit with "The Sad Ballad of Danny Boy"; production issues delayed the release of Floater's third album 1998's Angels in the Flesh and Devils in the Bone, and a year later the group released a live record, The Great Release.
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Great Release 1999 Great Release
 
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Stone by Stone 2006 Stone by Stone
 
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