Never thought of them as "little known". Maybe I was lucky in the area I was in back when Whirlpool came out. We used to spin several tracks off this album at our clubs for months on end. Totally agree though - this album definitely stands the test of time.
A little known band that was significant in the early days of Gaze. Clean sounding songs with layers of texture. Beautiful and moving vocals...almost aching at time. They are worth exploring. Still sound great. Surviving in time when lots of other, more well known bands kinda fade and can't hold up.
Benny, I got the vinyl of this album when it came it, and it came with a free single-sided 12" single with an epic 23 minute track called "Die Die Die", which was very reminiscent of "Bleach"-era Nirvana, and crumbled into about 5 mins of pure noise and feedback, then another 7 mins of guitar amp noises, then a final blast of feedback. Could this be the track you're talking about?