Their second LP, “Sister Sweetly” released in 1993 was their introduction to the mass public and featured three singles. While none charted in the Hot 100, all placed on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart
The first of the trio, “Bittersweet,” peaked at #14. The album “Sister Sweetly” was certified platinum for sales in excess of one million copies in the US. Although the album sold well, it never made it to Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart.
At the time of the release of the album, the band was a trio that also featured Rob Squires on bass and Brian Nevin on drums. Later the band added Corey Mauser on keyboards; he was replaced in 2000 by Jeremy Lawton. “Bittersweet” typifies the type of music from the 1990s that I really enjoy.