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The first three Jesus Jones albums, Liquidiser, Doubt and band / fan favourite Perverse (1993) were followed by Already , released in 1998 in the US and 1997 in the rest of the world. Almost totally ignored by the press it failed to do as well as hoped and as a result EMI dropped the band but kept Mike on for three more fruitless years. Having spent their time in the wilderness, the original five members reformed to start work on London, for MI5 Recordings in New York at the start of 2001. As with Already, Gen left again to continue working for Deckard, and by default, Regency Buck (the former being the basis of the latters live band). His place was taken by Tony Arthy, previously drummer in Miles Hunts' (The Wonderstuff) band.

Jesus Jones did short US and UK (supporting The Wonderstuff) at the end of 2001 and plan much more touring and recording in future.

Jerry formed The Feely Room (now disbanded) and co-opted Tony into Sum Demeana, Alan is with Chicago expatriates The Waco Brothers, Iain is a radio DJ on London's XFM and Gen is still drumming for Deckard (formerly baby Chaos and Callaghan).

Genres: Indie

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