|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Journey / Stop Knocking The Walls Down||2||Audio||2005-01-24||Beat Crazy Records|
|2||The Journey / Stop Knocking The Walls Down||2||Audio||2005||Beat Crazy Records|
|3||You Set The Scene||6||Audio||2002||Bod The Mod Records|
|4||Sunset View||2||Audio||2003||Bod The Mod Records|
|5||That Extra Mile / Beat Out The Best In Me||3||Audio||2004||Garcia Records|
|6||The Summer Sun Still Echoes||10||Audio||2003|
|7||High Speed Silence||11||Audio||2005||Beat Crazy Records|
|8||We Are England||2||Audio||2006||Beat Crazy Records|
|9||That Extra Mile||2||Audio||2004||Garcia Records|
|10||The Summer Sun Still Echoes||10||Audio||2003||Superior Quality Recordings|
|11||Stop Knocking The Walls Down / The Journey||7||Audio||2005||Beat Crazy Records|
|12||We Are England||2||Audio||2006||Beat Crazy Records|
|13||That Extra Mile / Beat Out The Best In Me||3||Audio||2004||Garcia Records|
|14||We Are England||2||Audio||2006||Beat Crazy Records|
|15||High Speed Silence||11||Audio||2005||Beat Crazy Records|
|16||The Summer Sun Still Echoes||10||Audio||2003||Superior Quality Recordings|
|17||The Journey / Stop Knocking The Walls Down||2||Audio||2004||Beat Crazy Records|
|18||The Summer Sun Still Echoes||13||Audio||2004||Garcia Records|
Named after the fond anacronym of the Rickenbacker guitar (Gary played a twelve string variety on most of the songs).
Portsmouth based four-piece with a non-permanent drummer formed in the early 2000's, original guitarist (pictured on the debit mini-album) left and was replaced by Darren Richardson in 2003. They are known for their strong West Coast harmonies and are heavily 60s psychedelia influenced. They split untimely in 2006 after much hype and support from the press and national radio stations. Jim Lines, the lead singer, also appeared on a Radio One special about UK Ricky's hosted by Ricky Gervais.
Jim founded Cooper-Noire clothing with the bands "bez" Craig Leworthy in 2010 and had a very short-lived "Streets" style band called the A2030, after the main road into Pompey, immediately following Ricky's demise.
Guy runs his own label and production company.