|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||IV||21||Audio||2002||Dark Beloved Cloud|
|3||Poop E.P.||10||Audio||2002||100% Breakfast!|
|4||Gun Court Singles Series||6||Audio||Wabana Ore Limited|
|5||Smell Me Silly!||7||Audio||1996-09-26||HG Fact|
|6||My Name Is I Hate You||20||Audio||1995||100% Breakfast!|
|8||Q./A.||4||Audio||2007-07-00||Dark Beloved Cloud|
|9||Live Poultry Fresh Killed||12||Audio||1994||100% Breakfast!|
|10||Bound For Glory||8||Audio||1995||100% Breakfast!|
|11||Unf! Unf!||23||Audio||2004||Load Records|
|12||Choad Nickel||7||Audio||1993||100% Breakfast!|
|13||Unf! Unf!||23||Audio||2004||Load Records|
Fat Day is a Boston-based noisecore band, formed in Cambridge, MA in 1992. Fat Day's conception as a standard guitar/bass/drums/vocals punk band is infused with a performance art aesthetic. For example, they have played dressed only in clear cellophane wrap or with vocalist Matt Pakulski locked inside a speaker cabinet for the duration of a show. Their 1997 tour of the UK and Ireland featured a fifth member playing saxophone that drew comparisons to Captain Beefheart, and for their 1998 tour of the U.S and Japan the band built a set of oscillators activated by choreographed dances on four small trampolines. These electronic instruments were later condensed into a more manageable helmet form that the band would wear and play songs on in the midst of their otherwise guitar-based set.
Closely associated with bands like [a=Swirlies], Fat Day released a number of records through their own label [l=100% Breakfast!] and other labels as well.