Formed in the spring of 1983 and after having survived several line up changes, Salt Lake City's Bad Yodelers released their debut album I Wonder, a local favorite. The Yodelers have always drawn large crowds at their live shows. Both their previous released cassette-only releases sold out almost instantly. Things slowed down in 1986 when singer Karl Alvarez left the band to join the Descendents as their bassist. This left the Bad Yodelers trying different singers without much luck. Finally they found Terrance DH, a singer they always admired from another local band The Stench. With their new vocalist, the Yodelers immediately jumped into the studio and recorded their incredibly powerful debut. They look like a bunch of surfers and play like streetwise punks !!!! More melodic than the first LP; better voice & better songs, too. Great music in the vein of All or mid-period Dag Nasty with a bit of Metallica thrown in for good measure.