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This is especially evident from the final song on the album "Rise and Fall"; although songs were usually a collaborative effort by the band, Christensen requested Nielsen and Friis to allow him to be in full control over this song, and as a result it is distinctly different from all other songs on the album.
The record was less carefree than its predecessor, with a hint of bitterness especially in regard to the state of the music industry.
but it was not nearly as much as the debut album had sold. The singles " PM" and "Rotator" became a hit, the album won the 1997 Danish Grammy for "Rock album of the year" and Nick Foss received the prize for "Best producer".
They played on festivals in Denmark, Norway and Germany, and went to Japan in September 1996 for shows in Tokyo (2×), Sapporo, Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka.
It was released as the second single from their album Waiting for Daylight.
Following the breakup, Christensen became more introverted than usual, and his girlfriend could not handle him being in this crisis.
Five singles were released from the album and all got much radio play: "Silverflame", "Barbedwired Baby's Dream", "Love Is a Loser's Game", "Glory" and "Waterline".
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy won the 1995 Danish Grammys for "Danish group of the year", "Danish newcomer of the year", "Danish rock album of the year", and the "People's choice award" which included a fee of 25,000 kr (about € 3,350, or US$ 3,800) to help cover travel expenses.