The Box was produced by Crawford Productions who at the time was having great success producing police drama series in Australia.
The Box was Crawford's first soap opera, and was launched as a reaction to the enormous success of adult soap opera Number 96.
This EP is also referred to as Isaac or Fuzz, after their record label stuck stickers proclaiming that it contained the single "Isaac Or Fuzz" to try to increase sales by capitalising on the air play of the song on Triple J.
Ford later joined the band as singer, keyboardist, after leaving Limebunny and turning down an offer to join the band The Whitlams, with whom he helped write their hit song, "No Aphrodisiac", together with Dormand.
They stress to us that cyberbullying is not just an adolescent problem. It’s just that we spend the majority of our efforts studying how this problem impacts school-aged youth due to their tenuous developmental stage.
That said, I thought I would take some time here to give the adults who have been victimized out there some general advice.
as usual we will update the list when ever we got updates from Whats App groups links .They released three studio albums, three EPs and three singles before breaking up in 2005. "Isaac or Fuzz" consists of parts of a voice message left on a record company answering machine asking for the name of the song that goes "Da da da da...." (the song consists mostly humming of the tune "Reach Up" by the Paul Oakenfold-related project Perfecto Allstarz) put to a fast dance beat. Basically, they said 'Isaac hasn't been here for a long time, and Fuzz isn't reliable either'." To capitalise on the success of the song they consolidated the band lineup, with Dave Arroyo and Glenn Dormand (Chit Chat Von Loopin Stab) on vocals and keyboards, Warrick Leggo (Love Shark) on guitar and Ross Johnston (3k Short) on bass, guitar and keyboards, and released their debut EP Love Comes To An End.In an interview Glenn Dormand (aka Chit Chat Von Loopin Stab) explained "We got a wrong number on our answering machine. There were reportedly less than 500 copies of Love Comes To An End in existence, Matt Ford, (Pinky Beecroft) once stated in an interview they dumped boxes of their first EP in a skip when they realized they would never sell them.you go, 'Oh I could look at all art like this, for the rest of my life'. Several of the morning's gallery-goers commented that viewing the Turrell exhibition naked helped them experience the art more completely, by removing peripheral distractions."You don't have the clothing distracting you.And because of the light installations, everyone very neutral," one woman said."It just gives it a very different perspective."In Turrell's last visit to the capital he suggested the gallery allow audiences to experience his work naked, as had previously been done during one of his exhibitions in Japan.