I'm gutted. I thought "One Way Ticket to Hell..." was a cracking album. Better than the first. Apparently the other three said they were going to carry on without him (how could they?) but Atlantic dropped the band immediately. So, that looks like it. It was good while it lasted, and rock will be rather more po-faced without them. After all, what other band could write a song about male pattern baldness, and make it rock like a bastard?