It wasn’t until 1999 that the band decided to officially release some material. They hooked up with Tom Timony, a former owner of The Residents label Ralph Records. In the year 2000 they put out their first commercially released album, Mud Pie. Following its release, Mud Pie was promoted with interviews, reviews and radio play. In 2001, Tom’s label closed and left The Scallions looking for a new home.
In 2002, the band signed with Chuck D. from the revolutionary rap band Public Enemy. They are featured on www.slamjamz.com (SLAMjamz is Chuck’s on-line record label) and are building a solid following. In September of 2002, The Scallions assembled a band to assist them in performing live as they had the honor of opening up a few shows for Public Enemy in the Massachusetts area.
The band released their first national release in August 2006. The album was entitled Agony through Ceremony and was released as a CD/DVD combo. It received a lot of positive press.