Their second Sugar Free album, 1999's "Hope And Adams" which was co-produced by Dave Fridmann. The group left Sugar Free for Nude Records in 2000, but the label went out of business due to lack of funding, and no album was released. Some of the songs recorded for the unreleased Nude album would survive as "Naked" versions on the "Too Much Time" compilation. Despite this setback the band continued writing and was signed to Columbia records and released "Per Second, Per Second, Per Second, Every Second" in 2003. Wheat's mini-album, "that's exactly what i wanted... exactly that", available through empyrean records, and their fourth record "Everyday I Said A Prayer For Kathy And Made A One Inch Square," were both released in 2007. Their fifth full-length album, "White Ink, Black Ink," was released in July of 2009. Former member Ricky Brennan Jr.
released an EP with the band Duresse in 2005 entitled 'Elate', and as of late 2011is working on completing a full-length solo album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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