Previously referred to as Cash Money, Chicago’s punky blues duo Cash Audio includes former Rosehip Scott Giampino and John Humphrey, previously of God and Texas as well as the Past due Great Danes. Humphrey originally enlisted Giampino to try out drums using the Past due Great Danes in 1994, however when the music group continued hiatus, they started performing as Money Cash. They debuted using the Essential oil Can/Helicopter Ride solitary on the small Tug-O-War label, which resulted in a cope with Contact and Proceed. Their 1st full-length Dark Hearts and Broken Wills found its way to 1997, accompanied by the Notice to Stax one and second record Halos of Smoke cigarettes and Fire another year, both which gained the group vital acclaim. However, because of a lawsuit in the rap label of the same name, Money Money had to improve their name to Money Sound in 1999. Green Bullet, their initial record under that name, appeared the following calendar year; after switching towards the Orange imprint, they shipped the aptly called The Orange Periods in early 2001.