The band's new contract with BMG Germany provided them with full creative freedom, allowing the two to utilise works originally intended for their failed opera project and make them much more experimental, and sometimes even inspired by science fiction films. In March 1995 the band performed in Stuttgart and debuted the new material.
Overall, the album was a completely new venture for the group, and unfortunately was not a success. Due to this, the band went their separate ways.
Two singles were released from the record: "Bad News" in August 1995 and "X-Ray" in early 1996. Music videos were filmed for both. "X-Ray" was remixed by Tranceformer and Ronda Ray for release. Both were included on the band's 2001 retrospective "Rewind".
Due to the album being out of print, the band remastered and re-released the album in 2009. It features two discs, the second comprising B-sides and other rarities, some unreleased, from the Spice Crackers era. A download-only album was also released, containing all the remixes from the two singles.
Arranged By – Heiko Maile, Ingo Ito, Marcus Meyn
Art Direction, Photography By – Michel Moers
Design, Graphics [Computergraphics] – Gisela Ludwig
Lyrics By – Heiko Maile (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 14), Ingo Ito (tracks: 5, 14), Marcus Meyn (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 14)
Music By – Heiko Maile (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 14), Ingo Ito (tracks: 1, 6, 14), Marcus Meyn (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 14)
Producer – Heiko Maile
Producer [Additional] – Ingo Ito, Stephan Fischer
℗ 1995 BMG Ariola Hamburg GmbH