Seattle glam rockers the Turn-Ons shaped in 1997, a couple of years after the about to die gasps from the area’s grunge picture have been a mainstream fixture. You start with vocalist/guitarist Travis DeVries and guitarist Corey Gutch, the music group was heavily influenced by not only classic glam (although that continues to be their primary impact,) but Britain’s androgynous rock and roll picture that includes performers just like the Smiths and Suede. Attracting bassist Sharon Oshima and drummer Will Hallauer immediately after developing, the band started to create and perform their swaggering hard rock and roll around the region. By 2000, that they had fulfilled multi-instrumentalist Erik Bloodstream and asked him to their group after originally nearing him to create their first record. Still agreeing to achieve that job aswell, they documented their eponymous debut that winter season and released it in January of 2001. Experimenting the West Coastline, lover Peter Buck captured a display at Seattle’s popular Crocodile Cafe and offered them a rave review for Britain’s Q Publication. Utilizing the press with their benefit, they stepped back to the studio as the Pacific Northwest got swept up within the Turn-Ons’ audio. Documenting the EP Like Ruined Us the next springtime, they released it immediately after to help keep curiosity up while they done a new complete length record.