Having developed within the Orange County, CA, through the entire past due ’70s/early ’80s, Glenn McKenzie and Dean Briggs had been encircled by the SoCal punk scene. Rings like the Children, TSOL, the Vandals, Agent Orange, Dark Flag, as well as the Group Jerks had been out destroying their city, and Mckenzie and Briggs had been like “everybody else does it and developing a blast, why shouldn’t we?” Using the recruitment of Bob Becker on vocals and Mike Burton on Electric guitar, the Whitekaps had been produced in 1981. Using the founders Briggs (drums) and bassist McKenzie intensely influenced by browse, skating, beer, and all around getting ridiculous, the Whitekaps induced their funny punk through the entire California Coastline for another many years — not forgetting a good amount of guitarists and K.C. Maddox ultimately overtaking the mic. Making use of their lineup finally settling down in 1987, thanks a lot partly to High Paul’s permanent responsibilities on acoustic guitar, the Whitekaps finally released their first EP Cannonball Guy in 1994 on Hopeless Information. Two years pursuing, previous vocalist Bob Becker connected them up with a offer on his label Fearless Information in 1996. After 15 years, their 1st full-length, Blown in america finally noticed the light of day time using the same energy and goofiness the Whitekaps had if they first began in the first ’80s. Their second EP, Limitless Bummer, followed down the road that year.