Drummer Ross Hales, bassist Rachel Melas, and keyboardist/vocalist Elizabeth Fisher all came jointly in Vancouver around 1980 to create an organization they named Pet Slaves. The music group offered pop/rock and roll music that didn’t totally suit the pop mildew with its uncommon dash of funk and jazz. The threesome do displays in both Canada and america, earning a little group of fans in each nation. In 1986 Pet Slaves recorded an unbiased cassette, Top secret Sharper, to market at shows. Another calendar year they released a self-titled record. In 1988, after even more time on the highway and in the studio room, another album, Pup Eat Dog, implemented the sophomore providing. “Jello Children,” “Scum,” and “Bone fragments Brigade” are a number of the music in the now-defunct rock and roll group.