"Wheat Kings" (1992)
This fan favorite was never released as a single on Fully Completely. "Wheat Kings" begins with the calls of a solitary loon and recounts the true case of David Milgaard, who was wrongly imprisoned for 23 years for the killing of a young Saskatchewan nurse. The slow, mournful song has been played around Canadian campfires since its release. Despite the many mentions of Canadiana on the album, MCA hoped Fully Completely would finally break the band in the United States. It didn't."Two weeks before the record comes out," said bassist Gord Sinclair in the book Have Not Been the Same: The Canrock Renaissance 1985-1995, "all the record company is saying is, 'It's gonna be big boys, look out!' Then the week after, no one returns our calls. That's the way it is." MCA cut American production of the album after two weeks.