(c’89-’91) Mark Terry (vocals), Glenn Edwards (?), Austin Wright (drums), Marcus Cowley (guitar) and Seth Trombley (?).
They were from Guildford, and played the London circuit: The Powerhaus, Bull & Gate (29 Oct ’91) Opera on the Green, The Cricketers, Kensington and The Rock Garden, plus support for Captain Sensible at The Mean Fiddler, Creaming Jesus at their Guildford gig and Smashing Orange on their visit to London.
By January 1990 the band were headlining a Buzz Club local bands night, with DayTripper, Slug and TwoFlower and supporting Tragic Roundabout and World of Music at the Opera On The Green, Shepherd’s Bush. They also appeared at Showcase ’90 and Parafornia ’91. On 1 February ’91 they supported Captain Sensible and in July that year the band reported that they are banned from Flicks for “foul and abusive language” – A claim Flicks management denied. This may have been the same night (26 July 1991) they played the venue supported by Rockit Men.
Late in ’91 the band supported Blue Rider at there Liquid Foundation Club appearance, along with The Gift, at the Bull and Gate, Kentish Town. They were then on the bill for the University of Surrey’s Rag Week (Crab Feast) appearing sometime between 11am and 4:30 pm on 23 November. At some point in ’91 they released the “I Want To Be The Drug” vinyl EP, carrying “Dolls House”, “Sugar Mountain”, and “She Wears Pyjamas on the Beach.”
The band went quite for a while until the aforementioned support slot with Creaming Jesus in ’93. Soundscene caught Terry at work, in HMV, Guildford, were he stated “We’re getting to the point where we becoming the sort of band we’d really like to be.” Numerous London gigs followed as well as the Smashing Orange gig along with rumors of label interest.