Paradox started to work on their second album "Heresy" in January 1989 at Harris Johns' "Music-Lab"-studio in Berlin. "Heresy" was originally released in November 1989 to great success, especially in Japan. In Germany, as well as all over Europe (especially Greece and Italy), the press was full of praise for the album. In November 1989, Kai Pasemann (g) replaced Dieter Roth but after a while the band was put on hold for many years due to unpopular decisions and more changes in the line up and differences with their label. This reissue includes two bonus tracks along with an enhanced live video of "Heresy".