Alice Donut formed in the punk underground of New York City's Lower East Side in 1987, eventually releasing six studio albums and one live LP (recorded at CBGB's) before breaking up eight years later. Jello Biafra initially encouraged the group and signed them to his Alternative Tentacles label, where Alice Donut released all of their albums. The band's punk style was occasionally leavened with elements of oddball country and funk, but by 1993's Pure Acid Park the sound was commercialized a bit, much like fellow psychedelic punks the Butthole Surfers. Alice Donut couldn't cash in, however, and broke up in 1995.
2 Untidy Suicides
4 The Tingler
5 Every Body Is on Sale
6 Hang the Dog
7 Son of a Disgruntled X-Postal Worker Reflects on His Life While Getting stoned..
8 Annie's Empty
11 Things Have Never Looked Better
12 Wire Mother
13 She Loves You She Wants You Its Amazing How Much Head Wounds Bleed
15 In My Head
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