Named for the classic album with the Flamin’ Groovies, Tremble Some Action! is certainly a music group from Seattle, WA, steeped in the affects of common pop in the ’60s through the ’90s. Tremble Some Actions! was produced by vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Adam Hall, an Australian émigré who gained a devoted cult pursuing in the Pacific Northwest for his use the music group the Jeunes. As the Jeunes gained enthusiastic press in both America and the uk for a set of self-released EPs, the music group split in fall 2005, with the majority of their repertoire unrecorded. Hall made a decision to utilize the Jeunes’ tune catalog as the foundation for a single recording, and retreated to his house studio, cutting twelve music with Hall playing all of the instruments, aside from guitar leads added by previous Jeunes member David Bos. After completing the recording, Hall opted release a it beneath the group name Tremble Some Action!, and formed a music group to try out the tunes at live gigs to get the record. Hall and Bos became Tremble Some Actions!’s guitarists, as the rhythm portion of bassist Gary Miller and drummer Chris Campbell was recruited from fellow Seattle popmeisters the Plan. Indie label Satellite television 451 released Tremble Some Actions!’s self-titled debut in early 2007.