Delivering tough but hook-laden pop/rock and roll with lyrics that combine the witty as well as the cynical, the Pittsburgh-based group the Breakup Culture grab where leader Ed Masley’s former group, the Frampton Brothers still left off…actually. The Break up Society’s story started when vocalist, tempo guitarist, and songwriter Masley, lead guitarist Sean Lally, and bassist Ray Vasko going to Mesa, AZ, to record a Frampton Brothers record with manufacturer and percussionist Bob Hoag, who acquired formerly performed drums using the group during his times in Pittsburgh. Tensions increased between the associates of the music group during documenting, and soon after completing the essential tracks, the music group returned house before last overdubs could possibly be added, departing the record in limbo. Vasko quit soon after time for Pittsburgh, as well as the Frampton Brothers kept jointly for another calendar year before Lally finally parted methods with Masley. Masley responded by heading back to Az and completing the record with help from multi-instrumentalist Hoag. Masley and Hoag opted release a the album beneath the name the Break up Society, as soon as back Pittsburgh, Masley set up a new music group to be able to play the music from what became the Break up Society’s debut, Adam at 35, which found its way to stores in Feb of 2004. The live edition of the Break up Culture features Masley on electric guitar and lead vocals, Greg Anderson on lead electric guitar, Andy McDuffie on bass, and Dan MacIntyre on drums; Full Rust performed keyboards using the music group on-stage ahead of his unexpected loss of life from cancers in January 2004.