Singer/songwriter David Ryan Harris continues to be challenging mainstream notions of dark performers since fronting the Atlanta-based rock and roll group Follow for the present time in the past due ’80s. Once tabbed as another Living Color, the band in fact drew from a straight wider stylistic palette — from Stevie Wonder-style spirit to Poor Brains thrash to bluebeat jump — but didn’t appreciate similar achievement and split up after liberating one eponymous recording on Chrysalis in 1991. Harris after that played an enormous part in the achievement of another dark designer bucking pigeonholes: ex-Arrested Advancement vocalist Dionne Farris, whose 1995 debut, Crazy Seed – Crazy Flower, presented Harris’ creation and guitar function. Harris also offered as musical movie director of Farris’ live music group prior to starting his personal solo profession in 1997, putting your signature on to maker Brendan O’Brien’s 57 imprint (O’Brien was a vintage friend who’d created some Follow for the present time demos in his pre-Pearl Jam and Trend Against the device times) at Columbia Information and launching his initial, self-titled single outing. The record, which featured efforts from O’Brien and Harris on a number of equipment, was as hard to classify as Harris’ prior work and demonstrated as tough a sell, despite very much critical praise. But instead than make a single follow-up, Harris rather joined causes with former Dark Crowes bassist Johnny Colt and drummer Kenny Cresswell to create the newest Immortals, a power trio that generated considerable buzz having a six-song EP, once more made by O’Brien, before putting your signature on with Elektra. The group released its full-length debut, Tragic Display, in 2001, but once more, commercial success demonstrated elusive. The music group thought Elektra hadn’t correctly promoted the recording and in early 2002, Harris announced COMPLETELY NEW Immortals had split up which he was time for solo work.