Weapon of preference grew from the ashes of Marshall Regulation, the music group that gave the Crimson Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Arik Marshall, albeit briefly. Arik’s sibling Lonnie “Meganut” Marshall come up with his personal collective, Weapon of preference, which plays a method dubbed “nutmeg” — a variety of socially metaphorical lyrics, rock and roll, reggae, funk (especially George Clinton), hip-hop, and jazz sketching inspiration from an identical freewheeling musical cross pioneered by Fishbone. Actually, Marshall has used Fishbone side tasks like Trulio Disgracias. Furthermore to bassist/vocalist Marshall and co-founder Keefus Ciancia on keyboards, Tool of Choice contains vocalist Audra Cunningham, vocalist Mark Mix, guitarist Finn Hammer, trombonist Tom-bone Ralls, and drummer Derek “D-Rek” Pierce. The music group released its debut recording, Nutmeg Sez “Bozo the city, in 1993, and adopted it with 1995’s Highperspice.