Scot Sax were able to sustain a single career following the break up of ’90s alt-rockers Wanderlust, but he was bitten with the bug to start out another music group by the beginning of 2001. Sax installed with guitarist Billy Alexander, bassist Tag Getten, and drummer Dave Shaffer around once, and by the summertime they had shaped an organization. Nameless for a short while, the LA foursome played across the Southern California region and began to garner label curiosity because of their energetic displays. Curb Records agreed upon the group with the springtime of another year, as well as the name Experience finally stuck because they documented their eponymous debut. The record premiered in nov 2002, unveiling their pop/rock and roll sound for the first time on CD.