Da Losers will be the container of gold by the end of three lengthy and convoluted pathways. Produced in 1994, the music group, comprising Tim Racca (electric guitar, vocals), John Scalzo (drums), and Ty Cobb (bass, vocals), provides its most solidly entrenched root base in Orange County’s cult punk star, the Technicians. Racca, a mathematics major who acquired lately graduated from Cal Condition Fullerton, became a member of up with a La Habra-Whittier music group comprising Scott Hoogland (vocals), Dennis Catron (acoustic guitar), Sandy Hansen (drums), and Brett Alexander (bass), later on changed by Tim Maag, in 1977, to create the Technicians. The music group hung around for four years, finally phoning it each day in 1981, but throughout that work, the music group was, in what of Sociable Distortion’s Mike Ness, “as big an impact…as the Rocks or the Pistols,” with almost every other punk and hardcore music group (including Sociable Distortion, the Children, and Agent Orange) that sprung up in Fullerton in its wake at least partly due to the Mechanics. Amazingly, the music group, unlike a variety of younger rings it spawned, just recorded a unitary during its lifestyle. Cobb was the co-founder of and vocalist for Berlin, which, in its unique past due-’70s incarnation, was a fresh wave music group nearer to the punk visual. The music group split up briefly in 1979 but re-formed as a fresh wave pop music group without Cobb, and lastly hit pay out dirt with Terri Nunn on vocals. Cobb lowered from the music business before past due ’80s, when he started playing the coffeehouse circuit with Father 5, an acoustic golf swing music group. Scalzo performed drums inside a punk music group known as Strand, but he, as well, lowered out of rock and roll in 1979 due to disillusionment using the awful, drugged path the punk picture was acquiring. He initially continued to be an integral part of the Orange State punk-new wave picture as creator and editor from the fanzine Fullertone, before falling completely out. Through the entire ’80s, Racca continuing using others and messing around along with his very own recordings while keeping afloat in the directly world being a pc programmer. Nothing very much, though, ever emerged of the tasks. He officially started producing his musical comeback in 1994, placing out a self-financed instrumental rock and roll record as 16 Loads. Then he devote a couple phone calls to old close friends Cobb and Scalzo, and Da Losers was created. They released their initial record of hard rocking punk (a number of the music reworkings of previous Mechanics music), Mild Obsession, in 1998. It had been the very first time in years Cobb and Scalzo acquired returned with their rock and roll roots. Actually, the three bandmembers hadn’t performed rock and roll music in public areas for the collective 49 years.