“Love Is on the Way” is a song recorded by American rock band Saigon Kick on their 1992 second studio album The Lizard, which is Saigon Kick’s second album. After its release, singer Matt Kramer and bassist Tom Defile both left the band. The song “Body Bags” was featured on the soundtrack for the 1992 film Beyond the Law.
The album is certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Written and produced by Jason Bieler, it peaked at #12 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and was certified Gold by the RIAA.
Saigon Kick is an American rock band from Miami, Florida, that formed in 1988. The band was formed by lead vocalist Matt Kramer and guitarist Jason Bieler along with bassist Tom Defile and drummer Phil Varone. They gained a following on the local club scene and generated enough of a buzz to be signed to Third Stone records in 1990 and release their first album in 1991. They toured at length but the album only made a marginal national showing.
They went immediately back into the studio to record their second album, The Lizard which was released in 1992. The album spawned the band’s biggest hit single, “Love Is on the Way”, which garnered initial airplay on South Florida’s WSHE. Just before touring for the album commenced, bassist Tom DeFile was fired. He was replaced by ex-Cold Sweat bassist Chris McLernon. They toured from summer 1992 to spring 1993, enjoying gold status sales for The Lizard.
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