During this time between
Toward the later part of the tour in support of Necroticism in early 1993, they debuted songs ready for their fourth album which they had demoed around the same time. The '
After the release of
During the summer of 1994 Walker remixed the track 'Inside Out' for a
By late 1994 17 songs were ready and the band set about using their $200,000 advance to record the album, again with Colin Richardson, at Rockfield studios in Monmouth, South Wales in early 1995. During the 6 week recording schedule the record label began to withdraw support, stating that They (
Due to continuing record company problems with Columbia/Sony causing the album to be delayed from late Summer 1995 to
The album only featured 12 of the 17 songs recorded in the
Walker has since stated in interviews that all 17 songs should have been included in a double album, and that some songs omitted from
Around the time of
The album sold well, staying near the top of the 'Indie Rock Chart' in the UK for several months above bands such as Placebo (before Placebo exploded in late '96) despite having no touring support from the band. It is rumoured that the band were offered several lucrative tours in 1995, such as supporting
A posthumous compilation,
An accompanying video was released a few weeks after the '
Ken, Jeff and Carlo continued with the