Best known because of their dark-humored 1978 one “Defeat Her Using a Rake,” the Weasels were an irreverent, sneering, in-your-face punk music group such as Dark Flag, the Group Jerks, and Deceased Boys. A very important factor that separated the Los Angeles-based Weasels (who must not be confused using a 1960s music group that acquired the same name) from various other past due ’70s punk clothes, nevertheless, was a particular heavy metal impact. At the same time when it still wasn’t fashionable to like steel in punk circles, the Weasels mixed hints of Dark Sabbath using their understanding of early punk rings just like the Sex Pistols and Deceased Guys. The Weasels had been produced in L.A. in 1977, when vocalist Mike Brophy became a member of pushes with guitarist Greg Durschlag, bassist Richard Sakai, and drummer Jim Connelly. It wasn’t a long time before they began playing the L.A./Hollywood membership picture; their live shows didn’t make sure they are an enormous name in the punk world, though they do acquire a little cult pursuing in Southern California. In 1978, the Weasels released the metal-influenced one “Defeat Her Using a Rake” independently Siamese label, as well as the similarly metal-influenced “I’m the Commando” became the record’s B-side. While some ladies in the L.A. punk picture found “Defeat Her Using a Rake”‘s dark-humored, misogynist lyrics unpleasant, others noticed the tune being a unwell, twisted joke and didn’t consider its lyrics significantly. Rodney Bingenheimer, who was simply among the 1st American radio DJs to try out punk, thought plenty of of “Defeat Her Having a Rake” to try out it on his every week radio display on L.A.’s KROQ-FM. The Weasels have been playing the L.A. punk picture for approximately five years when, in 1982, they made a decision to breakup and proceed their separate methods.