After the breakup of beloved Kansas indie rock band Vitreous Humor, three-quarters of the band almost immediately began playing under the name the Regrets, but their approach was markedly different to their previous band. With the loss of one guitar in the mix, the Regrets didn't have a wall of distortion to hide behind and the resulting songs were equally tense, but less intense than Vitreous Humor's. The band recorded one excellent album, the appropriately titled New Directions: Results Beat Boasts (or, as the disc itself reads Nude Erections: Results Beat Boasts) in 1997 before breaking up. They would later briefly re-form as Vitreous Humor, whose Posthumous album contains a bonus track by the Regrets.
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