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The follow up to 1996's 'Regular Urban Survivors' saw the band head in a more chart oriented pop direction with co-production from Edwyn Collins. Here, the band push their sound further than before, veering away from metal towards a soft rock sound that utilises actual electronic beats. 'Day After Day' and 'When I Die' retain the melancholy that featured on earlier albums, whilst the rest of the album follows the template of the positive and upbeat single, 'Tequila'. EMI. 1999.
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