|Also known as||Dogabone|
The band toured on both side of the Atlantic many times, including headline and support tours with Bush, Live, Linkin Park, and Iggy Pop. The band also played at a number of major music festivals, including Reading and Leeds Festivals, Woodstock 99, and Ozzfest. They released two full-length albums; the critically acclaimed Generation Sap in 1999, recorded in the Sound City Studios in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California, which was produced by Sylvia Massy, and Crave in 2002, produced by Colin Richardson, Bill Appleberry and Tobias Miller. Crave also featured a guest vocal spot on "Karma Killer" from Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington.
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- Dogabone (1995)
- Cyclefly (1998)
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