|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Easter - Exit||4||Audio||1996||FDR Tapes|
|2||Nazis On Asses||2||Audio||1998||Spite (2)|
|3||The Snake Charmer's Beautiful Daughter||4||Audio||1997||Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers|
|4||Nice Moist Mice Thighs Sliced 'n' Diced By Noise||4||Audio||1996||Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers|
|5||Play The Hits Of The 1618 Polk Street Fire Alarm||5||Audio||1998||Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers|
|6||Half-Assed Masked Elastoplast Disaster||2||Audio||1995||Noise|
|7||Pop Stars Larking About||11||Audio||1998||Xerxes|
|9||Presents Postcard Of An English Shithouse||3||Audio||Tochnit Aleph|
|10||Split Kassete 2||10||Audio||1996||Kinky Musik Institute|
|12||Lungs Of The Sleeping Octopus||2||Audio||Face Like A Smacked Arse|
|13||Proudly Presents "Monkeys And Cockatoos Livin' In Perfect Harmony"||4||Audio||2000||Spite (2)|
Noise collective from Stoke-On-Trent active throughout the late 90s.
The lineup constantly changed but it was usually based around a nucleus of Phil Todd (2), Matthew Tunnicliffe (Tunny), Marky Loo Loo and Neil Davies, with Joincey, Andy Jarvis and Dan Bird joining in occasionally.
As they were a band from Stoke-On-Trent, live shows were not often, and were always a cross between a gig and strange performance art, with group members dressing up. At one memorable gig in Nottingham Joincey inpersonated Jimmy Saville for the entire set.
After a ten year hiatus, the group started performing again in 2012.