The Boston, MA-based trio Quintaine Americana is made up of singer/guitarist Robert Earl Dixon, drummer Jason Beauregard Ruler, and bassist Marc Upton Schleicher. Originally from Drew, Mississippi, the music group made a decision to relocate if they noticed there wasn’t a lot of a music picture within their hometown. They immediately acquired an ardent following predicated on their live present, with the neighborhood press explaining them being a combination between Big Dark and the PARTY. After receiving a lot more regional acclaim, Quintaine Americana agreed upon to the 3rd party record business Cherry Disk, who released their debut record, Fine needles, in 1996. Regional praise soon pass on to national, especially in Alternative Press. On the next tour, the music group opened up for Karma To Burn off, Jesus Lizard, Helmet, Women Against Young boys, and U.S. Maple. Once the music group began writing materials for their follow-up, they treated their enthusiasts for some unreleased tracks on a set of compilations (Wicked Deluxe on WickedDisc and Consider Your Medication on Wonderdrug), while bassist Schleicher performed in two aspect projects, Split Torch and Coke Seller. With Shellac’s Bob Weston (Sebadoh, Hurl, etc.) agreed upon on as manufacturer, Q.A. moved into the studio room in August of ’97, ultimately emerging with an excellent sophomore effort, 10 years of the mind. Upon its launch in early ’98, the music group hit the street again.