History

In the beginning, drummer Anthony Lanzilote held it down with the group at venues like Beat Hotel and the Wired Frog. It was a great time for one and all, even Anthony.

In the Summer of 2001, the group reunited with bassist Lauren Orr for an amazing photoshoot for the "Let's Eat Green Beans" album cover. Dave Lawson's mom bought pizza and Lauren played Zach and Dave some Mooney Suzuki.

In the Winter of 2001, the group decided to bring it's "lead" and "rhythm" drummer-theory to Canada. Performing at Windsor's Coach and Horses, polyrhythm finally had a home. Bassist Chris Robinson is not pictured.

In the Spring of 2001, a three-piece version of the group performed a few shows. Zach Curd looked on from the audience, amused and urging everyone to "sex eachother up."

In the Winter of 2001, the group (consisting of Curd, Graves, Lawson, and Knepp) played the "drunkest show ever" at the Gun Shop in Ann Arbor. Dave Knepp peed in the basement. Glory was had.

In the Summer of 2001, a rare appearance by Kevin Mahler at the Pirate House Ann Arbor incited religious fervor. Things heated up when he joined the group in a rendition of "The Weight."

In the Summer of 2001, the group played one of its last shows with Dave Knepp on drums. Notice Zach Curd's sweet fake glasses and emo-black hair. It was a misguided trip into image experimentation that Mr. Curd will likely never go on again. Also, at this show, Scott Allen and Eddie Baranek were seen talking about having sex with women.

In the Summer of 2001, myth became reality when drummer-extrodinaire Dave Shettler joined the group for two shows and lots of hair-worship.

As soon as Adam Kempa was tricked into the band in the Fall of 2001, he was tricked into growing a beard for his first show with the group.

In the Summer of 2002, spiritual advisor Erik Koppin provided some copious inSIGHT before the group played the Lager House in Detroit.

In the Winter of 2003, Matt Lurie temporarily joined the group as bassist. Matt brought some nice bass-skills and a profound love for Billy Joel's "An Innocent Man" album. Lurie declared "Dude, this album is UNSTOPPABLE"

In the Spring of 2003, Will Yates joined the group as bassist. Will has perfect pitch and appropriate height.