Happily representing for the roughneck end of garage area rock, the Rock N Roll Soldiers make an aggressively nasty noise that owes a lot more to the Fairly Things and early Rolling Stones than it can the White Stripes. Impressively, the music group also were able to jump back from a negative major-label experience that could have ruined most bands. Shaped in Eugene, OR, in 1997 while its people had been still in senior high school, the nascent group got its name from a vintage tour slogan by rough-edged 1970s Australian punk pioneers Radio Birdman, a common band at that time. Carrying on their desire for garage area rockers past, business lead guitarist Kevin Sciou became a member of the original primary of vocalist and guitarist Marty Larson Xu, bassist Evan Sernoffsky, and drummer Oliver Dark brown because like a relatively older and more capable musician (he previously previously caused second-generation rocker Shooter Jennings), he was impressed these children knew about the Flamin’ Groovies. While touring the Pacific Northwest as starting act for different punk and garage area bands, the Rock and roll N Roll Troops documented two 7″ vinyl fabric EPs for the garage-oriented indie Gearhead Information, 2003’s The SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Classes and 2004’s The Weak Blame the Solid. (Original business lead guitarist Lucas Gunn performed on both these information.) Once the recently reconfigured Rock and roll N Roll Troops authorized with Atlantic Information in past due 2004, the label repackaged the couple of vinyl fabric produces as 2005’s BOTH EPs. That recording was critically well received, and tracks from it had been placed in different Television shows and video gaming. Nevertheless, although Atlantic bankrolled the Los Angeles-based classes for the Rock and roll N Roll Troops’ appropriate full-length debut, A LOT OF Musicians to Get rid of, and detailed the recording on its launch schedule many times, the label finished up silently scrubbing the recording and liberating the music group from its agreement. Although Sciou remaining the music group in the summertime of 2006, the rest of the people regained control of the finished recording from Atlantic and self-released A LOT OF Musicians to Get rid of independently RNRS label, offering the record at gigs, with the band’s internet site as well as other digital outlets.