In 1999, Columbus, Ohio’s Twin Cam was a two-piece band. Consisting just of Mike Sammons on drums and vocals and Tag Borror on guitar, Twin Cam toured the neighborhood club and tavern circuit. Using the drummer carrying out the performing from behind his package as well as the guitarist jumping around the stage, their displays were frequently bizarre and unstable. Occasionally, both free-wheeling music artists would switch equipment, with comical and astonishing results. Nonetheless it was all in the “who cares, let’s have a great time” heart that described this band. In springtime 2000, bassist Chad Scholtisek responded to an ad for the band searching for a bass participant, and within per month the trio was executing live and placing the final details on the debut Compact disc. Columbus Day, finished in June of 2000, was separately created and released by Twin Cam. The music group had programs to launch countrywide distribution initiatives that same calendar year.