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However, tension had developed between Sheehan and the other members when Sheehan began touring with Steve Vai.Martin, Kotzen, and Torpey decided to write songs without Sheehan, who was only given credit for two songs on Actual Size.Although the band never replicated its earlier success in the US market, their popularity continued to soar in Japan and in much of Asia.They continued to sell out tours in the Asian market, resulting in a number of live releases for the Japanese market.When Kotzen learned of the decision, he made the rest of the band have a meeting with Sheehan to join the dots, seeing as the reason he originally joined the band was to play and jam with Billy.Although Sheehan was upset that the other members had attempted to "fire" him from the band he created, he agreed to rejoin them, provided that that would be their farewell tour.Martin and the others were also upset with Sheehan's attitude during the recording of the "Shine" music video.
Get Over It was released on September 1999 in Japan, and yielded the single "Superfantastic," to a lukewarm audience response. Big performed a twenty-date tour of Japan, followed by a New Year's Eve 1999 show with Aerosmith at the Osaka Dome, in Osaka.
In August 1990, two songs, "Strike Like Lightning" and "Shadows", performed by Mr.
Big, were exclusively released on the soundtrack album of the action film Navy SEALs. Big's second album, 1991's Lean Into It, was a major commercial breakthrough, especially two ballads, "To Be with You" (which went to number one in fifteen countries) and "Just Take My Heart", as well as the song "Green-Tinted Sixties Mind".
The band then toured and ultimately disbanded, in 2002. Big "one-off" reunion took place on May 13, 2008, in Los Angeles, at the House Of Blues, when Paul Gilbert was joined on stage by Pat Torpey, Richie Kotzen, and Billy Sheehan, for renditions of Humble Pie's "30 Days in the Hole" and original Mr.
Big composition "Daddy, Brother, Lover, Little Boy".