Tabitha’s Secret started touring Orlando’s membership circuit in 1993. Jay Stanley, John Goff, and Rob Thomas had been the leading associates. Brian Yale and Paul Doucette became a member of a year afterwards. The adult choice pop/rock outfit acquired the opportunity to obtain closer to an archive deal after get together manufacturer Matt Serletic in Miami. Even so, they started dropping aside in 1995 when Thomas, Yale, and Doucette went independently, debuting as Matchbox Twenty with Yourself or Somebody AS IF YOU in nov 1996. In 1998, Goff and Stanley released Don’t Play with Fits, an record of the initial quintet’s demos, included in this the original edition from the Matchbox Twenty strike “3 A.M.” They implemented with an archival live record in 2000 along with a remixed edition of Don’t Play with Fits, called Tabitha’s Top secret?, in 2001.