Hot about the heels from the Vines, Rocket Technology emerged from Melbourne in mid-1998. The indie rock and roll four-piece, which includes Roman Tucker (vocals), Package Warhurst (drums), Dave Grey (bass), and Paul Maybury (acoustic guitar), got dreams of earning it big in music since years as a child. They compose a gritty, glam rock and roll sound that is clearly a bit more edgy compared to the Vines’ candied punk. Their 1st music, “Welcome Aboard,” was created on a single day Rocket Technology came together. Following that, they built an Australian pursuing, which later gathered U.K. enthusiasts. Opening times with Mudhoney as well as the Supersuckers pursuing into 2000 and their debut full-length, Welcome Aboard the 3C10, made an appearance the next yr. Rocket Science’s sleazy, arrogant design was a hype well into 2002 if they documented the sophomore work, Contact Large. It wouldn’t visit a launch date in European countries until middle-2003; however, enthusiasts linked themselves over with the electrical Run Just like a Weapon EP which made an appearance earlier that springtime.