|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Letter||4||Audio||1997||Distortions Records|
|2||Anxious Color||19||Audio||1994||Distortions Records|
|3||Anxious Color / Things We See||4||Audio||1967||Manhattan (7)|
|4||I Think I'm Going Mad / I Lost You In My Mind||2||Audio||Manhattan (7)|
Acid Punk / Psychedelic / Garage-Band from Fort Myers, Florida
Originally known as the Dimension, they went on to become one of the top local bands in Florida during the middle and late-1960's. They even developed a following in New York beginning in 1967, and ended up signed to the Manhattan Records label, where they had a modest hit with "Anxious Color" that same year. The name change to Painted Faces accompanied a gig in the Virgin Islands, where they started doing precisely that. The band broke up in 1968 as members started getting called up for military service.