. The initial lineup of
on lead guitar recorded their debut album, Breakfast at Tammy's, in 1998. Following a lineup shuffle that moved
, co-produced by Ron St. Germain (
Several major changes occurred following the release of Bikini Pie Fight!
: Jon Baird
left the band, the band moved from Boston to Los Angeles, and following a steadily increasing level of legal harassment from Seventeen
magazine, the newly configured four-piece changed their name to Lustra
in 2001, releasing their first album under that name in 2003. The following year, Lustra
appeared in the 2004 frat boy comedy Euro Trip, performing their original song "Scotty Doesn't Know" in a scene that features fellow Bostonian Matt Damon
in a cameo as the band's lead singer. Following up on the wider visibility afforded by the movie was complicated by Adams
leaving the band, eventually replaced by guitarist Travis Lee
and drummer Phil Matthews
. The revived Lustra
returned with Left for Dead (including "Scotty Doesn't Know") in 2006.