After hanging out in the University of Texas journalism school as well as the Austin Chronicle in the past due ’70s, Texas contemporary rocker Michael Hall joined the Wild Seeds. The music group released three albums: Existence Is usually Grand (Existence in Soul Town) (1985), Daring, Clean & Reverent (1986) and Dirt, Lies & Pity (1988). Wild Seed products split up in 1989 after their label, Passport, submitted bankruptcy; however, that they had currently obtained a cult pursuing around the united states. In 1990, Hall released his first single album, One fourth to Three. The LP included Walter Salas-Humara and J.D. Foster (Silos), High Brotherton and Rosie Flores. Like and Murder (1993), Adequate Desire (1994) and Day time (1996) followed.