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Outrageous Cherry formed in 1992 as a solo project for Matthew Smith, but soon expanded to a four-piece after he began performing live in 1993. The group has released twelve albums, the most recent being 2014's The Digital Age.
- Matthew Smith - vocals, guitar
- Colleen Burke - bass
- Larry Ray - guitar
- Maria Nuccilli - drums
- Chad Gilchrist - bass
- Deb Agolli - drums
- Outrageous Cherry (Bar/None, 1994) (vinyl in 2010 via Microfiche Records)
- X-Rays in the Cloudnine (Mind Expansion), 1996)(ME-016)
- Stereo Action Rent Party (Third Gear Records, 1996)
- Nothing's Gonna Cheer You Up (Third Gear, 1997)
- Out There In the Dark (Del-Fi Records, 1999)
- The Book of Spectral Projections (Rainbow Quartz Records, 2001)
- Supernatural Equinox (Rainbow Quartz, 2003)
- Stay Right Here for a Little While (EP) (Rainbow Quartz, 2003)
- Why Don't We Talk About Something Else (EP) (Rainbow Quartz, 2004)
- Our Love Will Change the World (Rainbow Quartz, 2005)
- Stay Happy (Rainbow Quartz, 2006)
- Universal Malcontents (Alive Records, 2009)
- Seemingly Solid Reality (Alive Records, 2010)
- Digital Age (Burger Records, 2014)
- Heather Phares. "Outrageous Cherry | Biography". AllMusic.com. Retrieved 2014-03-18.
- Haag, Stephen. "Outrageous Cherry: Seemingly Solid Reality". PopMatters.com. Retrieved 2014-03-18.
- Review by Heather Phares. "Out There in the Dark - Outrageous Cherry | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic.com. Retrieved 2014-03-18.