Fueled by mega-hits including "Hey Jealousy," "Found Out About You" and "Til I Hear It From You," Gin Blossoms completed the classic crossover from college-circuit heroes to multi-platinum album sellers. Major label interest quickly followed and their initial releases on A&M Records included Up and Crumbling in 1991 and the multi-platinum selling New Miserable Experience in 1992, which featured the single, "Hey Jealousy". Four more singles followed - "Mrs. Rita," "Found Out About You," "Allison Road" and "Until I Fall Away." "Congratulations I'm Sorry", released in 1996, was the Blossom's final original album of the decade bringing them two more hits - "Follow You Down" which spent ten weeks in the Top Ten and "As Long As It Matters" which earned the group a Grammy nomination for "Best Performance by a Duo or Group." The album debuted in Billboard's Top Ten and a year of touring helped put the record past 1,500,000 units sold. After a lengthy hiatus the group embarked on an eighty-date US tour in 2002 and then released a new album, "Major Lodge Victory" in 2006.