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After its release in 1990, “Pale” wasn't a chart success but the record's singles found a strong foothold in college radio, meaning that Columbia retained the band for the release of their third album. This proved to be an incredibly good choice as their third album, 1991's “fear”, was an enormous hit. After its second single “All I Want” was a surprise hit, reaching number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100, the album was certified Gold just over a year after its release and would go on to be certified Platinum by September 1994. They replicated this level of success with the album's follow up “Dulcinea”, which was another Platinum certified hit. However, all was not well within the band, and the band broke up in 1998, citing creative differences as the reasoning behind their demise.

An airline security expert must take action when he finds himself trapped on a passenger jet when terrorists seize control of it.

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