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- While the band is never mentioned aloud, Birdperson keeps a photograph of the group on his wall as seen in the episode Get Schwifty.
- By all appearances, Birdperson was the lead singer, Rick played bass guitar, and Squanchy was the band's drummer.
- The band's genre is nu metal, punk rock, and hard rock.
- It is influenced by bands like Korn, Limp Bizkit, Green Day, System of a Down, Evanescence, Guns N' Roses, AC/DC, Linkin Park, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Offspring, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Aerosmith, The Rolling Stones, Metallica, Nickelback, My Chemical Romance, and Van Halen.
- This band's existence is evidence of Rick's close relationship with Birdperson and Squanchy, his two best friends outside of the family.
- In the episode Big Trouble in Little Sanchez, Tiny Rick demonstrates his ability to play guitar when he performs the Tiny Rick Song.
- On the Interdimensional Tour 2018 (a t-shirt), it lists locations previously mentioned on the show:
- Earth C-137, the original timeline of the main Rick and Morty.
- Promethean Nebula, shown in "Mortynight Run".
- Doopidoo, a minor planet shown on "Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind".
- Alpha-Betrium, the origin planet of Ice-T in "Get Schwifty".
- J-19 Zeta 7, the timeline of Doofus Rick in "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind".
- Fourth Dimension, a place mentioned in "A Rickle in Time".
- Buttworld, a minor planet with butt in "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind".
- Dimension 35-C, home of Mega Trees in "Pilot".
- Nuptia 4, galaxy's best marriage counsellors in "Big Trouble in Little Sanchez".
- Venzenulon 9, a planet with extremely cold nights in "Morty's Mind Blowers".
- Bird World, home planet of Birdperson.
- Planet Squanch, home of Squanchy.
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