A healthy, fun-loving punk music group, One Hit Question uses Long Seaside, CA, as their center point for performing. Dan Main, who provides business lead electric guitar and vocals, previously performed electric guitar for the Vandals within the film Dudes. Chris Internet, drummer formerly without Doubt, also has for Polish Apple. Randy Bradbury, bass participant on One Strike Wonder’s initial two albums, still left to try out with Pennywise but comes back occasionally to try out with the music group. Bradbury was changed with Daniel Gadberry. First guitarist Trey Pangborn was changed with Ray “Bone fragments” Rodriguez. Originally a pro-skater, Rodriguez turned to electric guitar, playing for Bloodshot and X-Members before signing up for One Hit Question. Rockworld released the band’s initial CD, Where’s the planet, in 1994. Clusterphukastuff arrived two years afterwards, released by Lethal. By 1997, NIT got the music group under its wing and released Outfall, accompanied by Who the Hell Can be One Hit Question in 1998. The music group also do one monitor, “Madam’s Apple,” around the compilation Brief Music for Brief People, released in June 1999. With some formidable songwriting, both full albums shown the band’s development in direction of punk rock and roll that’s hard-driven, deliberate, and fast — however melodic. This led to One Hit Question becoming nominated for Greatest Punk Music group for the California Music Honours.