|Genres||Ambient, Pop, Rock|
|Past members||Saul Foster
Their first single, "Rock 'n' Roll is the Devils Music" was released in 1999, earned the title "Best New Talent" from Channel V, and won a $50,000 video clip.
Their single "Hey Bang Bang" has received considerable airplay on Triple J, and was nominated for Breakthrough Artist - Single in the 2006 ARIAs.
As of 28 July 2007, following their final show at the East Brunswick Hotel Starky ceased to exist. Announcing via a MySpace Blog that the band had split.
Singles, Promos, & EPs
- Rock ‘n’ Roll is the Devil's Music (1999) Laughing Outlaw
- That's How I'll Know You (???,2003) Laughing Outlaw
- City Prison Doors (??,2004) Universal
- Hey Bang Bang (7 August 2006) Universal
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