My Version ot It's first release was a split 7" on Delaware vinyl label Say-Ten Records with Oklahoma's Pseudo Drop-Outs. After Best left the band, graphic artist/bassist/vocalist Jon Groobz (Grave Mistake) joined for their 2007 release, the hard-rock album "One Way". Following "One Way", another Vineland High alum, guitarist/bassist Matt Sandwich (Grave Mistake, Oprichniki), became a permanent member as lead guitarist. Following Groobz's move to California, Sandwich took over role as bassist while still providing blistering, yet economical guitar solos to the band's recordings.
My Version of It has experimented with different sounds during their run. They began as an indie-rock outfit, moved into the authochtonic sound (Total Recall) and have veered more towards punk rock in latter years (Will Thrill You In Minutes). They've always tackled humorous yet completely serious subject matter (Would You F*** King Tut?).
Fans have said their music is like attending a melodic yet a baffling lecture on the history of Rock 'N Roll.