Once upon a time in a land far, far away there were four dashing young men who wanted to prove to the world that they had a future. To do this they decided to join forces and become injettison. Sir Adam, son of Donald, on vocals and guitar; Bev The Great, son of Ronald, on drums and percussion; Karl Ist, son of Philip, on bass guitar and Lord James, son of Daniel, on keyboard and guitar. They dreamed of travelling the lands, spreading their music against the evil forces of radio in the Great Southern Regions and beyond.
One day on their travels, they came across the Music Gods. Seeing this opportunity, Bev The Great exclaimed to the others, “Men, let us play as we have never played before”, and with spring in step, they set up.
“We are the best risk you could ever take,” said Sir Adam as he plugged in his Fender Jagstang. Bev The Great stood up from behind his drum kit and yelled, “we have been working towards ‘our music’ for three years and we believe we have something to offer to the world”. Karl Ist exclaimed, “although we are young, the early signs are that we have created something that people want, something that people can relate to and a music that will conquer the evil forces of the radio”.
The Music Gods became intrigued with their enthusiasm, at which Lord James warned them, “in all of this, we are not saying we could be all things to everyone or that we have all the answers, but we are one answer”. With that said, the four played as one with a passion that could only be described as heroic. The Music Gods took hold of their passion and appointed them Stereo Defenders and they lived happily ever after fighting the evil forces of the radio. The end.