Previously referred to as White Sister, an ultra-sophisticated funk-tinged really difficult rock outfit, the band switched name and changed image relatively during 1991, to be able to secure a significant recording contract. With acoustic and blues affects replacing the spirit/funk components, the band targeted at exactly the same marketplace as Tesla, Bon Jovi and Def Leppard. Composed of Dennis Churchill-Dries (vocals, bass), Rick Chadock (electric guitar), Michael Lord (keyboards) and Wealthy Wright (drums), the music group specialize in extremely infectious and melodic tune structures, seen as a an impassioned vocal delivery. Found by Atlantic, they debuted with Rode Hard, SET ASIDE Moist and received a confident, if somewhat guarded, mass media response. This comprised 13 blues-based rock and roll anthems that got both guts and design. Their picture was rather understated and for that reason, they didn’t attract the amount of interest that their abilities deserved.