The Paybacks came swaggering away from Detroit on the turn of the century, when like-minded artists just like the White Stripes as well as the Go were creeping in to the rock mainstream with an identical sound. Comprising vocalist/guitarist Wendy Case, drummer Pat Pantano, bassist Marc Watt, and guitarist Marco Delicato, the associates had devote time in many high-profile local rings before joining pushes to create their particular make of poppy rock and roll. Drummer Mike Latulippe and bassist John Szymanski loaded the vacancies still left by Pantano and Watt if they exited the group, solidifying the lineup best when they had been ready to begin playing live. Their initial major recorded work was a monitor on Sympathy for the Record Industry’s Sympathetic Noises of Detroit, however the full-length Knock Loud made an appearance on Obtain Hip Information in 2002. The wittily called Harder and Harder appeared two years afterwards. The band were able to make some tv performances in 2004, snagging a few areas on NBC’s Last Contact with Carson Daly. They documented their third full-length, Like, Not Cause, in springtime 2006, as well as the album premiered later that calendar year.