"Throughout 1991 the boys toyed with a few ideas for their next record and came up with their biggest hit to date: Searching for my Rizla The record went straight in at No.1 in the UK and sat proudly on top beating the likes of Madonna and Kriss-Kross to the coveted spot. The record is now recognized as an anthem of that era, a view that is shared by most heads on the scene. This was quite an achievement especially as Radio 1 or other mainstream broadcasters, because of lyrical content, did not support the track."
Maybe it wasn't the mainstream charts, but the dance charts?
Hughesee replied the topic: searching for me rizla
I am pretty sure I can remember that charting and like they said in the interview when the majors realised the content of the song they where playing versions where it just dropped out on key words like "Rizla","spliff" and "ganja"
I can remember their follow up ep "changing styles" .. didnt have quite the same impact