After all the excitement and activity that had happened in the last 6 months of 1989, the turn into 1990 brought with it the same old crap. In 1989 we had done about 4 times as many gigs as we had in the rest of our years put together but what I saw of the 'music business' stank rankly, we tried to get journalists to come and see us but didn't get one single review or owt. We got a few gigs off the back of the tours but then - nothing. In February Nicky Hogg left to carry on with his club group, I was very angry but it proved a good move. With a quartet of Paul Moller - guitar, vocals, Mr. Rudeforth - tapes, Trevor Simpson - bass, and Grant Ardis - drums we played some of the best stuff in the history of WKDN. We carried on rehearsing in Trevs' back room and did more gigs.