The Action Fits got their begin in 1995, when roommates Eric Reynolds, Andy Schmidt, and cartoonist Al Columbia made a decision to play a show together at a Halloween party held by another cartoonist. Cans, scrap metallic, chopsticks, and a noticed horse composed the drum package, while the acoustic guitar and bass distributed the same amplifier. Fellow cartoonist Jeremy Eaton decked out and danced while they performed, and by enough time the complete affair was over with, Hate cartoonist Peter Bagge made a decision to consider it through to himself to kick out Columbia and consider his place behind the “package.” The combo in some way convinced four brands to cover studio period for the group, despite by no means playing a live display, and Pigeonhed maker Steve Fisk decided to generate these sessions free of charge. In nov 1996, all labels finished up launching singles in the music group, although Sub Pop was originally likely to release one of these before owner Jonathan Poneman threw the tape from the song over the area. Bagge do the artwork, as well as the singles were able to sell over 10,000 copies once released in 1996. They performed around town, acquiring buddies with most of the regional talent, including associates of Mudhoney, the Posies, Gas Huffer, and Chixdiggit. The Bay Town Rollers provided them an starting place at their Seattle end, and then inform the music group that they might end up being paid in seat tickets which could after that be sold with their family members. They rejected the present and instead performed at a NORTH PARK comic publication convention. But, after some more concert events, no labels actually found on what these were performing, and Bagge’s family members asked him to come back to sketching comic books. He remaining the group because they added guitarist Demian Johnston, plus they managed to to push out a “split-MP3” with Ben Lee, offering drummer Chris Jacobs. It had been presented on Lee’s site, but from then on, the band silently split up, as Schmidt relocated to California in 1999.