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Tairrie immediately started making plans for her next musical incarnation, which would be a solo project.
Of the project in early 1999, Tairrie stated: "The band won’t just be called Tairrie B, but it will be a solo thing – just like Nine Inch Nails is really just Trent Reznor… If it fails, then I won’t have anyone else to blame." in the UK and Europe, would see Tairrie explore previously uncharted musical territory.
The album received highly favorable reviews from the mainstream rock press, with the likes of Kerrang! The collage of different styles on the record may have been due in part to the fact that the recording took place in four different locations around the world, with different musicians and bands contributing to the recording, writing and production.
At the time in an interview, Tairrie said: "Bushaq recorded some of the songs here in England, Mel and I did some with Joe Bishara, Ares from downset.
Over the decade since the band's formation, the sound has evolved and become heavier with each record, with Mick Murphy’s guitar playing becoming a prominent feature along with his solos and riffs.
My Ruin are a DIY band who have control over every aspect of their output.
She’d say, ‘You don’t need to scream on everything, you need to try something different’.” Sick with It and the 8MM film soundtrack The track Sick With It went on to feature on the soundtrack for the Nicolas Cage blockbuster hit 8MM (film).
The track was written with Tairrie’s previous musical cohorts Tura Satana for inclusion on Speak and Destroy.
These records include; The Brutal Language (2005), Throat Full of Heart (2008), and live album Alive On the Other Side (2008).
The show was taken off air 10 minutes early after a "clash" between panellists.
Abraham and Janice Dickinson were given police cautions.
The album would be an experimental amalgamation of styles, part Spoken word, part metal, part industrial with electronic stylings.
There are even some Rap metal style verses thrown in for good measure, perhaps as homage to Tairrie’s days in hardcore rap metal outfit Manhole.