F.o.N. is really a poppy punk group comprising a minimum of seven people, two which are performers. The group emerged together at an extremely early age in 1998, piecing together their Freak of Character demo before launching Addicted to FoNIX afterwards in the entire year. The group performed on the Van’s Warped Tour and Woodstock ’99, and drummer Ilan Rubin received high compliment for his skills at such a age (he became a member of the music group at age group seven!) They stepped back to the studio room in 2001 and surfaced with an archive originally entitled “FoNopoly,” however the people at Hasbro Playthings swooped along with high-priced attorneys and snatched up all related artwork and items when they found the parody of the popular Monopoly video game in the cover. Stop and Desist: The EP Previously Referred to as “FoNopoly” became the tongue-in-cheek name, while Hasbro still attempted to get cash from the music group as “financial payment.” The music group scoffed as of this because the recording had by no means been manufactured and also asked them if indeed they could pay out in Monopoly cash. They hopped aboard the Van’s Warped Tour in the summertime of 2002, while Hasbro supported off and halted harassing the group. Later on that summer time, their second complete length recording (Activities in Boredom) found its way to stores thanks to Doc Hollywood Information.