Hailing in the same Orange State ska picture that produced works like WITHOUT DOUBT and OC Supertones surfaced the Christian-influenced Air travel 180 in the past due ‘90s. Fronted by vocalist Kim Tennberg, the action was originally known merely as 180 before lengthening their name. They released Crackerjack in 1998 and were able to make some inroads with supporters from the genre, nevertheless, it had been a swing-styled melody that garnered one of the most curiosity. Taking be aware, the group thought we would move more for the reason that direction because of their following record, 1999’s Lineup, which discovered Air travel 180 covering tracks like Stray Felines’ “Appear At That Cadillac” and Nat Ruler Cole’s This CAN NOT BE Appreciate.” Meant as a delicacy for enthusiasts acquainted with the music group, it demonstrated to result in a bit of dilemma among those listeners much less familiar. 2 yrs later, if they released Young boys & Girls, Trip 180 thought we would go back to musical form.