Bitter Taste of Americana
Their second album, Bitter Taste of Americana (1994), was released to critical aclaim and garnered them interest from multiple major and indie labels. The band's sound had moved a bit away from the funk side, more toward a rock-rap sound with some straight-ahead rock tunes thrown in for good measure. Local radio was paying attention too, and Carla Leonardo (then the local music programmer at WKQX-Q101 in Chicago) put the band on two Q101 compliations. 'Senseless' and 'Self-Healing' got significant radio play in the region at least partially due to their respective appearances on Random Acts Vols. I and II.