Style Council, TheModernism: A New Decade
It represented a departure from the band's core genre of pop, to a new one; deep house, which was then being referred to as "garage" (as in Paradise Garage) music by the UK press. However, upon its completion in 1989, it was rejected by their label Polydor, which led to the band breaking up. Track 6, "That Spiritual Feeling", was re-recorded as a B-Side to Weller's first solo single and 1991 hit "Into Tomorrow". The full album eventually released in 1998 on the box set, The Complete Adventures of The Style Council; a separate release was authorised in 2001.