Rusty Willoughby, Vocals, Guitar
Bill Campbell, Guitar
Paul Schurr, Bass
Nate Johnson, Drummer

Formed in 1989, Seattle

Willoughby, Campbell and Schurr lived together, with a few other friends, in a large house in Seattle's Univeristy District, while each was in a different band.  They eventually teamed up with Johnson and formed  Flop...well known for their rowdy shows.

Flop And The Fall Of The Mopsqueezer!

    • Released in 1992

      Mostly produced by Fastbacks/Young Fresh Fellow's frontman Kurt Bloch. Click To Buy It!
    • I Told A Lie
    • Anne
    • Glue Factory
    • Tomato Paste
    • Entropy
    • Big Sky
    • Hello
    • Ugly Girl Lover
    • You Would Be Right Excerpt
    • Zeus My Master
    • Asthenia
    • Sister Smile
    • Parasite
    • Morton The Venereologist
    • Circus Freak
    • B

Whenever You're Ready

    • Released in 1993

      Their move to the major label, 550Music/Epic has this one produced by Martin Rushent, best known for Buzzcocks.  Click To Buy It!
    • A. Wylie
    • Regrets
    • Julie Francavilla
    • Pluto
    • En Route To The Unified Field Theory
    • A Fixed Point
    • A Popular Donkey
    • The Great Valediction
    • Medel's White Trash Laboratory
    • Z² + C
    • Sorry Henry Maartens
    • Night Of The Hunter
    • Port Angeles
    • Eat
    • Woolworth
    • Pts. 1 & 2
    • Need Retrograde Orbit

World Of Today

    • Released in 1995

      Epic dumps them and they return to Frontier and to Kurt Bloch, to help produce their final project. Click To Buy it!
    • Act 1, Scene 1
    • Waste Of Space
    • Idle Hands
    • April Ate Our World
    • Of Today
    • North Mason Middle School
    • Eggs And Ash
    • Around
    • We've All Seen Better Days
    • Yellow Rainbow
    • Vancouver Door Company
    • Miniaturize
    • Two Martians Working