Sugar man single
Read Tim Forster's article about these Impact releases here. But it is possible that it may have been recorded at United Sound Studios in Detroit, since Harry Balk recorded many of his artists there as well.
In this vein, they target Bishop, who retains memories from the Age of Apocalypse. After succeeding, he quickly resumes experimentation on a super-virus that he hopes to bring back to Earth in order to wipe out humanity. The strings that are so prominent on the later version are absent here. Sinister learning that they are the ones who are using his techniques in would work against them.
He also compliments Apocalypse as a good boss. Sugar Man is a boss that appears as the supervisor of the Core. The B-side played too on the radio.
It is unexplained how Sugar Man managed to reach this timeline from the Age of Apocalypse. Sugar Man is able to unveil a set of mobile power amplifiers with the intention of selling them to Magneto. He becomes a capable geneticist with a lab at Niagara Falls where he regularly torments his human slaves. It features more upfront Byrds-type jangly guitar, vocal harmonies and a subdued organ in the background.
By the time Bishop woke up, Sugar Man was dead with his body split in two. The whereabouts of Sugar Man are unknown until he reappears in Genosha, killing a band of Magistrates who are exploring the island with the Dark Beast.
During the investigation they discover that Sugar Man has created the new mutants and plans on traveling to the future with them where he will raise and control them. He can control his own body size and mass. Sugar Man's plans for Phillip remain unknown.