Founded in early 1996 by Johnny Punish, Ben Madrid, Gary Henry, and Mike Henry, Twisted Nixon quickly advanced being a political rock-band over the fringe of popular music. In old age, all but business lead vocalist and guitarist Punish remaining the group, as Richy Abboud got over on drums, Jake Skoor became a member of as the band’s bassist, and Joe Allen became a member of as lyricist and co-vocalist. In 2004, the group released a startling solitary about the Iraq Battle. Entitled “Iraqi Battle,” the music included excerpts of speeches by Chief executive George W. Bush. The similarly scandalous “Saddam Don’t Browse” quickly adopted, as the music group continued to make use of their music like a political platform.