Heavily inspired with the Ramones as well as the Descendants, The Connie Dungs wished to draw out their own make of “obnoxiously happy” pop-punk with their suburban hood referred to as Ashland, KY. Comprising Brandon Dungs (vocals), Wayne Sphincter (bass), Chris Colostomy (drums) and Robbie Rectum (guitarist) instantly pumped out the produces a couple days after their development in early 1995. After two demos, a divide with Tugboat and an EP on Harmless Information entitled “Missy and Johnny,” Mutant Pop Recordings connected them up release a 1996’s “I Hate This City” accompanied by the “No Possibility” EP a season afterwards. After three even more split produces with Decrease Poles, Procedure: Cliff Calvin as well as the Automatics, The Connie Dungs initial full-length “Generating on Neptune” finally appeared on Mutant Play 1998. The next year following the shoe of guitarist Robbie Rectum, Dave Berger (formely of Spodie) overran the axe guy responsibilities and without actually allowing an innovative breather, their follow-up recording “Earthbound for the vacation” arrived the entire year after.