|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Eva Luna||10||Audio||1992-10-26||Too Pure|
|2||Big Good Angel||6||Audio||1993||Too Pure|
|6||Secondhand Clothes||3||Audio||1992||Too Pure|
|7||Beautiful Pigeon||3||Audio||1992||Too Pure|
|8||Secondhand Clothes||3||Audio||1992||Too Pure|
|13||Big Good Angel||6||Audio||1994||Matador|
|14||Big Good Angel||6||Audio||1993||Too Pure|
|15||Eva Luna||10||Audio||1992-10-26||Too Pure|
|16||Big Good Angel||6||Audio||1993||Virgin France S.A.|
|17||The Sound Your Eyes Can Follow||10||Audio||1994||Too Pure|
|18||The Sound Your Eyes Can Follow||10||Audio||1994|
|19||The Sound Your Eyes Can Follow||10||Audio||1994||American Recordings|
|20||Big Good Angel||6||Audio||1994||Matador|
|22||Independent 20||2||Audio||1992||Beechwood Music|
Experimental rock/post-rock band from the UK, founded in 1991 and disbanded in 1997.
Moonshake was a unique freak musical phenomenon. It is an absolute mystery how David Callahan, Margaret Fiedler, bassplayer John Frennet, drummer Mig and producer Guy Fixsen found each other and got along well enough to actually start a band together. It's a mystery because you can sense the tension of the band in the music they make. Everything seems to bursting at the seams, it's because of the acidic vocals of David, the sharp explosions of guitar and samples, the ever shifting beats of the 17/18th rhythms and the creeping whispering singing voice of Margaret.
Moonshake was about life, relationship and society gone horribly wrong and there was never a band who was able to translate it to music better than them (or maybe Cop Shoot Cop). After one album and a minialbum the tension became too great, Margaret left with Guy and John, David continued Moonshake but all the tension was lost after the split.