Shaped in the past due ’90s, alternative pop/rock and roll quartet Ashtray Babyhead performs radio-friendly punk-pop tunes across the same lines as Weezer as well as the Get-Up Children. By using maker Barry Poynter (the Journeys of Aircraft, Zao, the Juliana Theory), they documented the punk-pop fueled O-Rama, written by Valmar Information in 1997. Their following independent tours resulted in shows in the CMJ and ASCAP showcases in NEW YORK, Nashville, and SXSW in Austin. Within the springtime of 2000, Ashtray Babyhead came back to the studio room to record their sophomore recording Radio, a change to a far more pop-oriented edition of their make of rock & move. After touring the Western Coast, the music group (Scott Make, Jeff Matika, Ryan Scott, and Josh Faulkner) guaranteed a agreement from Glue Manufacturer Information, which released their second recording in Oct 2000.