As guitarist/songwriter for the renowned Rubinoos, Tommy Dunbar wrote a few of the most gleaming pop songs from the ’70s (or any various other decade for example). After two critically acclaimed albums on Berserkley and an EP on Warner Brothers (aswell as a huge selection of unreleased demos), the Rubinoos made a decision to place low. In 1989, the prolific Tommy enlisted previous Rubinoos associates Don Spindt (drums) and Al Chan (who acquired replaced primary ‘Noos bassist Royse Ader following the second record) and produced Vox Pop. Attracting Psychotic Pineapple bassist John Seabury, Chan turned over to electric guitar as well as the Vox Pop line-up was comprehensive. Vox Pop documented plenty of materials in 1989 and 1990 but, aside from tapes circulating amongst pop supporters, nothing at all was officially released. Since that time, interest in everything Rubinoos continues to be increasing. One Way Information released Cellar Tapes, a assortment of demos for the projected third record that hardly ever materialized, and Big Offer Records issued Garage area Sale, even more demos and unreleased recordings. Finally, Sandbox Information, operate by longtime ‘Noos enthusiast and friend Marty Rudnick, guaranteed the rights towards the Vox Pop materials and released their self-titled debut in ’98.