Formed in Madison, Wisconsin in 1989, the band was initially made up of Toulon (age 9), his brother J.P. Toulon (age 10), and friend Jesse Collins-Davies (age 10). In 1989, the band signed with respected indie label, Restless Records who released their debut, Get Outta School. The fact that the boys were not even in their teens yet sang of such themes as AIDS, homelessness, and Reagan-era politics, many critics wrote them off as a novelty act.
Meanwhile, they continued a to build a solid fanbase throughout the skate punk community. And perhaps due to their novelty, they were asked to support such acts as Flaming Lips, Sonic Youth and GWAR, and were profiled in such media as “A Current Affair,” MTV News, Life and Newsweek. In 1992, the band released their second album, CIA Drug Fest but soon broke up. Toulan went on to play in several other bands, including Apox, Doomsday Cauldron, Star Fucking Hipsters, and Planned Collapse with his brother, J.P.
In 2010, it was revealed that Toulon was battling drugs and living on the streets, and in August of that year, J.P. died of reasons that were not immediately made clear. On June 10, 2011, just seven months later, Jamie Toulon also died. Cause of death was not immediately released.