Among Southern California’s earliest punk rings, the Weirdos released two EPs through the later ’70s before splitting up; constant reunion gigs through the ’80s held their name alive, as well as the group came back to the studio room in 1988 for Condor, released 2 yrs afterwards. The backbone — in support of constant associates — from the Weirdos, brothers John and Dix Denney (vocals and electric guitar, respectively), produced the music group in 1977 with bassist Cliff Roman and drummer Nickey Defeat. By enough time the music group documented the 1979 EP Who? What? When? Where? Why?, drummer Danny Benair (afterwards of Three O’Clock) was a dynamic member; another EP implemented one year afterwards, however the Denney brothers had been deserted immediately after. Although Weirdos didn’t to push out a one record from 1981 to 1990, John and Dix continuing to record in the home and re-form the music group for occasional concert events. By 1988, they added primary members Defeat and Roman for a fresh edition from the Weirdos and agreed upon to Frontier Information for 1990’s Condor, which also included bassist Flea in the Crimson Hot Chili Peppers. Frontier released the Strange Globe compilation in 1991, and the group once again took a protracted vacation.