Vocalist/guitarist Ryan Sheely and bassist Sean Humeston formed the Christian punk rock and roll group Worth Pac while even now in senior high school in 1995. The Orange Region, SoCal, band began as “as a tale” and later on converted into “a straight larger joke,” Sheely would later on say. Worth Pac’s extremely Christian self-titled debut premiered on Teeth and Toenail, and was quickly accompanied by Jalapeno on Chordant, which presented even more everyday lyrics and a punk-pop audio. In 1998, after drummer Ben Cater remaining for university and Sheely’s mom died, the music group broke up. However the pursuing 12 months Sheely and Humeston reunited, continued tour, and became a member of the Internet-based label Four Door Entertainment. The music group recorded Incognito, made by Sociable Distortion guitarist Dennis Danell. The music group broke up once again after Humeston remaining and Sheely made a decision to turn into a secular musician.