Personnel: Phil Mogg (vocals); Jeff Kollman (guitar); Paul Raymond, Matt Guillory (keyboards); Pete Way (bass); Simon Wright (drums); Shane Gaalaas (percussion); Jesse Bradman, Luis Maldonado (background vocals).
Engineers include: Mark "Mooka" Rennick, Joe Marquez, Jeff Kollman.
Recorded at Prairie Sun Recording, Cotati, California; Crub Studios, Granada Hills, California; Sound Temple Studios, Oakland, California.
Personnel: Phil Mogg (vocals); Jeff Kollman (guitar); Matt Guillory, Paul Raymond (keyboards); Simon Wright (drums); Shane Gaalaas (percussion); Jesse Bradman, Luis Maldonado (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Jeff Kollman; Mark "Mooka" Rennick.
Recording information: Prairie Sun Recording, Cotati, CA.
Illustrator: Dave Stephens .
Photographer: Steve Jennings.
Phil Mogg & Pete Way's 1999 album Chocolate Box finds them returning to their UFO style of space metal, particularly on tracks like "Muddy's Gold," "Jerusalem," and "King of the City," which showcase Mogg's strong singing and songwriting skills. "Whip That Groove" and "Sparkling Wine" showcase the group's technical prowess with more cohesive results than on 1997's Edge of the World, making this album a more rewarding listen for UFO diehards and fans of metal in general. ~ Heather Phares