Steedman appeared on New Christs' single, "Born Out of Time", and stayed with them until October, when The Celibate Rifles resumed.Michael Mackie writing in The Australian Almanac (1985), found two distinguishing qualities in The Celibate Rifles, they are "based in the upper middle-class area of Sydney ...Lovelock formed an acoustic studio band, No Dance, with Bruce Calloway (New Christs) on guitar; Brett Myers (Died Pretty) on guitar and backing vocals; and Louis Tillett (Wet Taxis) on vocals, keyboards and harmonica.
[by a] series of evolutionary stages to reach peak form with this album that sees them oscillate wildly from loud and thrashy to subdued and glowering".
The tour was arranged and financed independently by the band.
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The Celibate Rifles' tracks were "5 Lamps" and "Electric Flowers".
The group then embarked on the Live Stick '92 world tour across the UK, Europe and the US.
In July that year they recorded a live performance at New York's CBGB music club, which was issued in November as Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and "captured the band's sound in all its blistering glory".
Couvret later played with Lime Spiders and Jacquet joined Voodoo Lust, then Mushroom Planet.
The Celibate Rifles toured Europe and, during June 1987, recorded their next studio album, Roman Beach Party, in Weesp, Netherlands.