Amazingly, Thornley was led simply by vocalist/guitarist Ian Thornley, he from the mildly successful Boston alternative outfit Big Wreck. Following the Wreck’s 2002 pension, Thornley came back to his indigenous Toronto and started writing solo materials. Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger — a pal in the late ’90s contemporary rock and roll trenches — acquired just began a vanity imprint through General, and he quickly tapped Thornley being a signee. Therefore, by past due 2003 the vocalist was back the studio, dealing with manufacturer Gavin Dark brown (Three Days Sophistication), drummer Sekou Lumumba, bassist Ken Tizzard, and guitarist Tavis Stanley. Once the causing Come Once again LP appeared in-may 2004, it highlighted a melodic post-grunge audio tinged with psychedelia and led with the big vocals of — await it — Thornley.