|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Sweeter Than The Radio||15||Audio||1999||Rubber Records|
|3||Memory Lane Traffic Jam||14||Audio||1997||Rubber Records|
|4||Rain Hail Shine||5||Audio||2001||Rubber Records|
|5||Broken UFO||16||Audio||2002||Rubber Records|
|6||You Can Ride My Bike - The Best Of Icecream Hands||43||Audio||2004||Rubber Records|
|7||Supermarket Scene||5||Audio||1994||Rubber Records|
|8||Tour E.P. / The Way She Drives||5||Audio||1993||Rubber Records|
Icecream Hands were a power pop band formed in Melbourne, Victoria in 1992 as "Chuck Skatt and His Icecream Hands" with Charles "Chuck Skatt" Jenkins as lead singer-songwriter and rhythm guitarist, Arturo "Arch" Larizza on bass guitar, his brother Dom "Benedictine III" Larizza on lead guitar and Derek Smiley on drums. They shortened the name and after a year Douglas Robertson had replaced Arch on bass guitar.
In 1997 Marcus Goodwin replaced Dom on lead guitar.