Soon afterward, Moss began drumming with The Damned, replacing Rat Scabies who had quit the band. He made the final decision to join them, after he was injured in a car crash on New Year's Eve 1977, when he suffered fractures to his face (his injuries required 250 stitches), resulting in a broken nose and a week's hospital stay. Along with the Damned's guitarist, 'Lu' Edmonds, he left the Damned to form new wave band the Edge, along with bassist/vocalist Glyn Havard (formerly of New Age pioneers, Jade Warrior) and keyboardist Gavin Povey (later of Albert Lee's band, Hogan's Heroes). The Edge toured Britain with the Skids and the Yachts, as well as morphing into backing bands for Kirsty McColl and Jane Aire, also finding time to beat the Stranglers' audience record at one of London's most popular venues of the time, the Nashville. Following a successful support slot at the Stranglers' Battersea Park concert, the band was invited to try out for the job of Peter Gabriel's new backing band, but turned the opportunity down. After just over a year, the Edge broke up, but not before Moss had completed an Exegesis program, a new age 'therapy' that loosely speaking, engendered the break down and consequent rebuilding of participants' psychological states. Mike Oldfield was another famous recipient of this treatment.
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