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Spurred on by the artistic success of ‘More Fun In The New World’, the band’s country side-project, The Knitters, released the ‘Poor Little Critter In The Road’ album in 1985. This was followed by X’s somewhat disappointing ‘Ain’t Love Grand’, which precipitated Zoom’s departure. Tramadal (Ultram) For Sale, He was initially replaced by Dave Alvin (of The Blasters and The Knitters) and then by Tony Gilkyson (previously of Lone Justice), to record the ‘See How We Are’ and ‘Live At The Whisky A Go-Go’ albums. After these, the band took a much-needed break from each other.

John Doe and Exene Cervenka recorded and toured as solo artists in the late 1980s and early 1990s, while Doe also branched out into acting, appearing in such films as ‘Salvador’, ‘Great Balls Of Fire’ and ‘Boogie Nights’. Exene also filled her time with spoken word performances and writing books, such as ‘Adulterers Anonymous’ (in collaboration with Lydia Lunch).

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