As singer, and half of the electro-rock band God Lives Underwater, 1999-2003 brought God Lives covering David Bowies "fame" for the film "15 minutes", the death of Davids Fiance Seven in a train accident, the bankruptcy/merger of a&m, the bankruptcy of the company riffage, who had taken control of 1500 and the album by GLU to be called "up off the floor", and the Marriage of Jeff Turzo. David released an electronic/instrumental album called "Robot Teen America", and formed a traditional rock outfit called FLUZEE who released "the 7 EP" both of which were without company backing, and suffered consequences of such. 2004 saw the release of GLU's anticipated "Up off The Floor", which was released worldwide in June on Megaforce/Locomotive with a manufacturing flaw that to this day has yet to be resolved, making the product virtually unlistenable. 2004 saw David's return to touring and his first foray into recording as a solo artist, with the Corporate Punishment EP "inside", which has rare demo versions of 6 songs. In late 2004, solo negotiations began between David and Ruff Nation/tri-media/universal the label out of philadelphia run by Chris Schwartz. Tragically May of 2005 Davids girlfriend Amy passed away, and Davids condtion made negotiations take longer than expected. Then, officially signed to Ruff Nation, "how humans R(x)", the full length album, is due in february of 2006. David Reilly passed away in October of 2005 because of complications from an ulcer that he had. He was 34 years old.