Chicago’s the Blue Meanies possess continuing their wacky design of hyper, obnoxious ska-punk that additionally fused with jazz and funk affects since forming in 1989. Debuting in 1991 with “Grandma Hair shampoo”/”Dickory Dock,” this one would be the beginning of their extended discography and revolving lineup. Although their workers was constantly changing, the Meanies’ audio would remain because they released the albums Pave the Globe (1992), Kiss Your Ass Goodbye (1995), Total Throttle (1997), as well as the live Sonic Records of Exhibition and Banter (1998). By enough time they agreed upon with MCA Information, the lineup of John Paul Camp III (saxophone/vocals), Sean Dolan (electric guitar), Jimmy Fire (trumpet/vocals), Chaz Linde (key pad/vocal), Dave Lund (bass/vocals), Billy Spunke (vocals/megaphone), and Bob Trondson (drums) trapped together as a complete of 22 music artists transferred through the music group since their development. Their fifth record, The Post Influx, resulted in past due 2000; the music group also released a split one with Alkaline Trio that calendar year on Heavy. After some touring in helping of the record, the band began to burn off out, and its own members slowly proceeded to go off to go after other passions. The Meanies returned jointly briefly in 2004 for just two sold-out hometown displays on the Metro and Increase Door and once again in 2006 for Chicago’s Riot Fest.