Not to end up being confused using the Cleveland-based Outsiders renowned for the basic “Period Won’t I WANT TO” nor the Dutch freakbeat music group from the same name, this specific garage-punk device hailed from Tampa, FL, and was formed in 1964 simply by vocalist Hardy Dial, guitarists Friend Richardson and Ronnie Vaskovsky, bassist Ronnie Elliot, and drummer Spencer Hinkle. After developing a large regional pursuing, the Outsiders moved into Tampa’s H&H Avenue Studios to lower their debut, “She’s Arriving On More powerful,” released on the neighborhood Knight label in past due 1965. After changing Dial with frontman John DeLise, in the springtime of 1966 the group released its follow-up, a blistering rendition of Eddie Cochran’s traditional “Summertime Blues.” The record was a local smash and brought the Outsiders towards the attention from the Laurie Information subsidiary Providence, who persuaded them to improve their name towards the Spirit Trippers in order to avoid turmoil using the myriad additional Outsiders lineups throughout the world. Their blues-punk cover of Wayne Moore’s “I’m a Ruler Bee” adopted in July of 1966. Based on the Fuzz, Acidity & Flowers site, the record offered 20,000 copies prior to the discovery how the Spirit Trippers were actually five white men prompted many radio train station managers to draw it using their play lists. This bizarre case of invert racism hastened the band’s demise, with Richardson and Elliot reuniting in Noah’s Ark while DeLise later on resurfaced in the Rovin’ Flames, once again changing Hardy Dial just like he had completed in the Outsiders.