|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Wasted / Aimless||2||Audio||1996||Better Records|
|2||God I Hate This Town / It's Closed||2||Audio||1995||Better Records|
|5||Badly Badly||11||Audio||1996||Better Records|
|8||Smaller EP||10||Audio||1996-04-23||Maximum X|
|9||The Smaller EP||4||Audio||1995||Better Records|
|10||Wasted - 2 mixes||2||Audio||1996||Better Records|
|11||Badly Badly||11||Audio||1996||Better Records|
|12||Stray Dogs And Bin Bags||4||Audio||1996||Better Records|
|13||Badly Badly||11||Audio||1996||Better Records|
The band were formed in the early 1990s by former [a=Cook da Books] guitarist/singer Peter "Digsy" Deary, his brother Stephen and friends Jason Riley and Paul Cavanagh.
They recorded a session for John Peel's BBC Radio 1 show in November that year. They broke into the UK top 75 with "Wasted" in September 1996. Their next single, "Is", which featured [a=Noel Gallagher] on guitar, gave them their biggest hit, reaching number 55 in the UK in March 1997. The band's debut album, Badly Badly, was released in April 1997. A second album was recorded, featuring a guest appearance from [a=Richard Hawley], but it remained unreleased, and the band split up.
The band's lyrical themes included relationships, financial problems, and Digsy's experiences with drugs.