Their songs often play out like poetry set to erratic guitar-rock. They soon attracted the attention of John Zorn who signed the band to his Avant Records label, which released their first LP, Delicious, in 1994. This record came to the attention of Ric Ocasek, formerly of The Cars, who produced their follow-up EP. He then brought the band to the attention of Neil Young, who signed the band to his Vapor Records label for their second and third LPs, 1997's Bruiser Queen, and 1999's Goodbye, So What.
The band dissolved in 1999 when Kenney relocated to Los Angeles. Kerri Kenney is also an actress and has appeared on the TV shows The State, Viva Variety (which she also co-wrote), as the character "Pam" on Ellen, and, most recently, on Comedy Central's Reno 911!. Nina Hellman is also an actress and works in the theatre in New York and appeared in the film "Wet Hot American Summer". Seifert works in the fashion industry.
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