|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Songs Hurt Me||10||Audio||1988-10-00||Not On Label|
|2||Songs Hurt Me||10||Audio||1990||Penguin|
|3||Woman With Bass||10||Audio||1994||Penguin|
|4||Songs Forgotten. The Best Of Marnie||14||Audio||2004||End Is Here Records|
|5||Cry For Happy||27||Audio||1996|
Performance artist hailing from Los Angeles. Her musical output is not her main focus, a love for bizarre and naive costumes, sculptures and film keeps her often away from recording. Her probably most popular piece of art can be found easily on [r=381035].
From 1979-1987 she was involved with the [a=Party Boys (2)], as songwriter, bass player and singer. Three albums where published, the first being [r=1499934] 1981 on Bruce Licher's [l=Independent Project Records], followed in 1986 by 'Truckers´Strike' ([l=Iridescence Records]) and 'Daddyland' in 1987 via [l=Nate Starkman & Son].
1986 to 1988 she worked as part-time assistant at Independent Project Records while recording her solo debut with [a=Philip Drucker].
3 Albums followed, the first two being released on the Greek Penguin label and 'Cry For Happy' in 1996 on Thurston Moore's [l=Ecstatic Peace!] label. After a Best Of Collection she returned to a group effort in 2007 with [i]The Spirit Girls[/i].