Nina Gordon first rose to popularity with Veruca Sodium, the female-fronted alternative rock-band whose two biggest singles, “Seether” and “Volcano Young ladies,” were both items of her fierce vocals and tight, pop-minded songwriting. She still left the group following the launch of 1997’s Eight Hands to carry You, allegedly because of some disputes between Gordon and fellow vocalist/guitarist Louise Post. While Post continuing to release materials beneath the Veruca Sodium moniker, Gordon started prepping her 1st solo launch, which owed even more to adult alternate pop/rock and roll compared to the muscled rock and roll & move of her earlier band. Made by Bob Rock and roll, who also dealt with production responsibilities on Veruca Salt’s Eight Hands to carry You, Nina Gordon’s debut single work Tonight and the others of MY ENTIRE LIFE found its way to 2000. (Although completed twelve months prior, the album’s launch had been postponed because of the folding of Gordon’s unique label, Outpost Information.) The name track however became a average hit within the pop and adult modern graphs, two areas where Veruca Sodium had by no means ventured. Following a five-year waiting around period (where time she documented an entire recording with maker Ethan Johns, and then scrap the completed item), Gordon reprised her collaboration with Rock and roll on her behalf second solo work, Bleeding Center Graffiti. An idea album about the start, middle, and end of the relationship, Bleeding Center Graffiti found its way to summer 2006.