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World On Edge were a Canadian pop group from Quebec from the early 1990s. The four-some comprised Rob Meyer, Steph Thompson, Peter Hopkins, & Jon Daniels and perfected their group's music in (West) Germany with Christian Schudde their co-producer. Their self-titled debut album World on Edge (1991) produced 7 hit singles, 6 which reached the Top 40 (based on a combination of charts from 'RPM 100 Singles' and 'The Record'). The 1993 follow-up album Against All Gods received little air play and the video to the lead single "Who Shot Harry" was blocked by muchmusic, resulting in the album flopping. The group split up soon after.
They toured with Roxette on the Canadian leg of that group's 1992 Canadian tour. They also received a Juno Award nomination for Most Promising New Group in 1992.
"Only the Lonely"
"Wash the Rain"
"Standing, Push and Fall"
"Little Lack of Love"
"Love Like Candy"
"Who Shot Harry"
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