Vocalist and drummer Chris Maxfield and vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Lloyd Peterson brought their skills together professionally about 1980. The Canadian duo quickly added two additional gifted artists with their lineup: guitarist Stan Lee Sandblaste and bassist Randy Hadubiak. Collectively, the foursome became referred to as the Cheer. The rock-band played numerous regional clubs, then started to travel to additional gigs, even getting a few displays opening for preferred works like K.D. Lang. In 1985, the Cheer documented a debut recording titled Going swimming to Work. It had been released beneath the Rotifer Information label. A yr later on, the group got handful of achievement with among the album’s singles, “Shot WITH THIS Own Weapons.” Maybe area of the interest the music drew was due to the video designed to go with it. Both offerings had been about the racial injustice in South Africa. “Shot WITH THIS Own Weapons” was the 1st and last solitary the music group released. A lot of the music globe took little see, and after a short while, the Cheer’s people went their distinct ways.