The record he’s referring to is their LP, entitled Stain. It’s their most in-yer-face and personal effort yet and in stark contrast to their last LP Times Up, which despite holding some of their best ever songs was panned in some quarters for being musically over complex and just a little preachy and self-righteous in its lyrical content. Something that wasn't lost on the band admits Glover.
Before my senile brain forgets, I should mention a new addition to the Living Colour family, ex-Tackhead bassist Doug Wimbish, who’s replaced the departed Muzz Skillings. Wimbish’s dexterous, manic style dovetails neatly into the band’s hard-assed funk metal, particularly on songs like Wall and the Ministry-influenced instrumental WTFF. But Corey, why did Muzz leave in the first place?