http://www.youtube.com/watch), actually did better in the U.S. than in Canada but as fate would have it, they once again, ran into label issues. Their label, Geffen, was acquired by Universal Music and as a result of the housecleaning that took place, the band felt that they were better off on their own. Zeeman would leave the band and be replaced by Randy Cooke and a year later, they would enter the studio under the name, Drug Plan. Caramel likely would have recorded a second album with Geffen and seemed to be making inroads within the elusive U.S. market. The band even toured with Creed. Nonetheless, they and their one and only album remain a long lost treasure. Unfortunately, it is out of print but Amazon had a ton of copies trading between $5 and $60 at the time of this blog. One phenomenal track from this album is the song, Road To Nowhere. Definitely worth checking out if you can get your hands on a copy of the album. Thanks for reading and enjoy!