The quirky punk rock-band Meat Cigars emerged before Seattle ever imagined becoming the grunge capital. The music group formed on Xmas Eve in 1986 with David Friedman and Doyle Stewart. Almost a year later on, ex-Surf Trio bass participant David Meyer and his wife Jane became a member of Meat Cigars; drummer Chuck Sullivan became a member of by Might 1987 and Meats Cigars self-released Addictions and Predictions. The Where’s My Picture? EP made an appearance on Deceased Moon’s Tombstone Information in summer season 1988. For another two years, this specific lineup founded itself within the Western Coastline punk circuit, finally producing Portland its house base prior to the decade’s end. In 1988, Friedman remaining the music group and discovered solace in Seattle. Stewart became a member of him a yr later, as do fellow Seattle local people Eric Gable (keyboards) and Randy Chapman (acoustic guitar). Meats Cigars had a fresh band and a fresh house, and by 1990 these were back the studio room. Drummer Pete “The Beat” Langhans was put into the punk-pop fray with time to record with famed Seattle maker/engineer Conrad Uno (Mudhoney, Presidents of america of America). Meats Cigars protected two singles with Uno — “Drive House Drunk” and “Mr. Sguiggly” — however they wouldn’t start to see the light of day time until 1992 if they had been issued like a joint solitary on Tombstone. By this time around, Meat Cigars got faded out in punk background.