As the vocalist for the Lotus Eaters, Peter Coyle witnessed a short flicker of fame when the band’s first single, “The First Picture of You,” sold a lot more than 100,000 copies in Britain. The song’s reputation gained Coyle and guitarist Jeremy Kelly some newspaper covers. Nevertheless, when the group released their debut LP, No Feeling of Sin, a calendar year afterwards, many music supporters had currently become disinterested. Coyle’s anguished performing over the Lotus Eaters’ 1985 one, “It Hurts,” revealed his maturing vocal design, evolving in the adolescent intimate longing of No Feeling of Sin to a harrowed croon. But “It Hurts” was once again received with indifference, as well as the band give up recording. Coyle after that released two single albums, A Slap in the facial skin for Public Flavor and I’d Sacrifice Eight Orgasms With Shirley MacLaine Merely to End up being There. He also co-wrote “All I’D LIKE” and “Control the Fire” with Ian Broudie over the Lightning Seed products’ Cloudcuckooland record. Morever, Coyle founded the dance business 8 Productions; nevertheless, despite several chart strikes, it folded together with his personal nightclub, G Like. Coyle also made an appearance in the video of China Problems’ Acoustically Yours, carrying out “Here Arrive a Raincloud.” In the past due ’90s, Coyle reunited with Kelly in the Lotus Eaters, finally creating a follow-up to Zero Feeling of Sin. Entitled Silentspace, it had been released by Vinyl fabric Japan in 2001.