Recorded in San Diego in 1996, this turned out to be the bands final studio work together. Finally, the band penned a deal direct with Intercord records, and for the first time in their career, did not get ripped off! Scott Burns flew in to do the Engineering but couldn't stay for the mix down. Dan Rock and Engineer Woody Barber took on the task of producing it. Travis Smith took over the artwork for an ailing Mike Clift. This time they were back on top with "Album Of The Month" again. Critics and fans seemed to embrace this as deeply as the debut CD. And the songs, a mixture of the groove from "Mosquito," the darkness of "Everflow," and the Heaviness of "Social Grace," went over extremely well on their 7th & 8th tours of Europe. Even the US started listening.