|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Juanita Banana||2||Audio||1966||Karate Records|
|4||Juanita Banana||2||Audio||1966||Karate Records|
|5||Juanita Banana||2||Audio||1966-02-00||Karate Records|
|6||Juanita Banana||2||Audio||1966||Karate Records|
|7||Scrooey Mooey||2||Audio||1966-04-30||Karate Records|
|8||Scrooey Mooey||2||Audio||1966-04-30||Karate Records|
|9||Juanita (Part 2)||2||Audio||1966||Karate Records|
|10||Juanita Banana||4||Audio||Karate records|
[b]The Peels[/b] were a studio group assembled by producer [a=Tash Howard], consisting of [a=Gail Allan] (22), [a=Bill Spilka] (25) and [a=Harvey Davis] (23).
It was [a=Tash Howard]'s intention to have the band perform a (potential hit) song which he and [a=Murray Kenton] had written, with him/his production company ([a=Howard-Smith Productions]) producing.
The song ended up being the cult 1966 hit song '[r=3816857]'.
A couple of follow up singles ([r=4200891] and [r=4198712]) were quickly released, as was a "cash-in" Lp (also named [r=4201254]), but the single's success was not to be repeated, and soon after the LP's release, [b]The Peels[/b] disappeared.