As a co-founder of Teenbeat Records, Andrew Beaujon was a member of Eggs, as well as lesser-known bands such as Scaley Andrew, Jungle George & the Plague, William & Vivian, and Tha Cheeky Bastid. His smart indie-pop songs gained many admirers, as Eggs were a staple in the East Coast indie rock scene in the early 1990s. After the band dissolved, Beaujon was briefly signed to Warner Bros. Records, though the label never released any Beaujon material. Releases followed on Neptunes Records and Happy Go Lucky Records. In 1998, Teenbeat released Beaujon's A Raw-Boned June, an eclectic eight-song mini-album. The album's intimacy was captured at Beaujon's home in Brooklyn, New York. In early 2002, he founded Tha Cheeky Bastid, performing at a Teenbeat Records Festival in February of that same year. The band was featured on Teenbeat's annual compilations in 2001 and 2002, while working on their first full-length disc.