The San Diego-based hardcore band Grain was a goofy satire of anarchist punk that remained startlingly true to the band’s name. Their lyrics experienced all of the militant sloganeering and impassioned rhetoric of standard-issue politics hardcore, but rather than freedom, every track they published was about…grain. Musically, Rice’s horn section produced them roughly much like the soul-inflected Country of Ulysses or even to trash-punkers Rocket From your Crypt, with whom Grain shared staff. Rice’s lineup presented lead vocalist Rop Vasquez (also from the PeeChees, the Lefties, the Creeps, and Semiautomatic), guitarist Jason Soares (also of Physics, Thingy, and Areas of Physics), bassist Carlos Cañedo (PeeChees, Beehive & the Barracudas), drummer Matt Anderson (the top of regional indie Gravity Information), trombonist Dustin Milsap (Beehive & the Barracudas), and saxophonist Apollo 9 (Rocket From your Crypt). There have been also auxiliary efforts from many others, including drummer Charles Clayton and Rocket From your Crypt hornman JC 2000. Created in 1991, Grain released their debut solitary, “In Grain We Survive,” around the Vinyl fabric Marketing communications label. They made an appearance searching Information sampler Can of Pork in 1992, and in 1994 Lookout released their only recording, Fuck You THAT IS Rice. Its users had a lot of additional tasks, and having used the joke so far as it would move, Rice subsequently known as it per day.