|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Heavy With Puppy||2||Audio||1992||Boner Records|
|2||Hit Songs For Girls||11||Audio||1993|
|3||The Strip Oracle||2||Audio||1996||Mute America|
|4||Hit Songs For Girls||12||Audio||1993|
|5||Anvil To The Fucking Head [Superconductor 1]||12||Audio||1994||Tosk|
|6||Anvil To The Fucking Head [Superconductor 2]||13||Audio||1994||Tosk|
|7||Hit Songs For Girls||11||Audio||1993|
|9||Heavy With Puppy||5||Audio||1992|
1990s Vancouver, BC, Canada band led by vocalist A.C. Newman, later of [a=Zumpano] and [a=New Pornographers, The]. Other members were Sean Elliott ([a=Twerdocleb], [l=Nominal Records], [l=Cave Canem (3)], [l=Kil-Tel Records]), Scott Gubbels (B.C.V.C.O., [l=Tinker Recordings], [l=Edge Records (Canada)]), Mike Kerley, Keith Parry ([a=Gay, The], [a=Pink Mountaintops], [a=Neko Case & Her Boyfriends], [a=Twerdocleb]), Mike Rohaly ([a=Twerdocleb]), and Warren Westling.
Less permanent live and recording members were Pat Hogue, Brian, and Cam, as well as [a=Sun City Girls] on a one-off performance contained as part of the Hit Songs For Girls CD bonus track.
Live only members included Joe Preston ([a=Thrones], [a=Melvins]) who filled in on bass for a U.S. tour, Dave Carswell ([a=Smugglers, The], [a=Evaporators, The], [a=Destroyer (4)], [l=JC/DC Studios]) and John Collins ([a=New Pornographers, The], [a=Destroyer (4)], [a=Evaporators, The], [l=JC/DC Studios]) who both filled in for the band's dates on [a=Guided By Voices]' Mag Earwhig! tour, and Jason ([a=Lung]) who played a few early shows.