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Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. The band performed as a four-piece and re-recorded some of the tracks from their first demo and some new material which resulted in the Brightside album being released in November, After the album was released, Rich McLoughlin expressed a desire to switch from bass to guitar but the rest of the band rejected the move.
However, for most of this period, the band was considered to be in hiatus as they neither recorded nor toured. In late , Rich McLoughlin rejoined the band as a second guitarist and the band entered the studio to record an EP , entitled Happy Hour. It contained four tracks and was released in July, on Blackout Records. It was also released in Europe on Semaphore Records as a 12", complete with previously unreleased demo material which the band had recorded before signing with In Effect.
In a combination of a negative reception to Happy Hour and general problems of violence in the New York hardcore scene resulted in the band taking a hiatus. Joey I, roadie and author of the biography on the band's official website, explained it thus, " Drago became a police officer in White Plains, New York and Comunale became involved in the financial sector. The band reformed briefly in for a European tour. In the band's unfamiliar line-up and general appearance caused mixed reviews from the European music press, causing the band again to go on hiatus.
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