Oh man, this album is just so great and amazingly just was somehow totally ignored when it came out. It did get a slight cult following, but just never totally exploded into the mainstream like it should have. It came from the late Ninties 'Nu-metal' scene around L.A. in America, the band playing and touring with other similar bands of the time such as Korn, Papa Roach, Tura Satana, Limp Bizkit, Coal Chamber. I saw them support Coal Chamber and remeber agreeing with the singer that I definately would go buy the album when it came out. The music stood out from the other Nu metal bands so much, as it was just more spacy, far out, a little psychedelic but stil lheavy as hell, down tuned grungey and new like Korn and the others. Her vocals are amazing, truly bizarre and beautiful- like Cindi Lauper and Perry Farrell meets Jon from Korn. Big huge trippy nu metal heaviness. Stunning album.
P.S.- She now sings with a band called The Start, who are more electro retro rock, but very good also.