This London, England indie band created a somewhat produced industry ‘hype’ by publicly dealing with the pornography industry inside a war of words. In 1994 they delivered faxes to numerous music and mainstream press magazines, plus best shelf sex publications, to market their anti-pornography 7-in . sole ‘It Makes Cash’. A fax relating what: ‘Gang rape, Set rape, Males On Ladies rape. Pets On Ladies Rape. Evisceration. Torture. Penetration. It creates cash’, without additional information, was received by Discussion board publication. They replied using the missive: ‘Eager Indie Losers. Mixing pop with politics. Becoming struggling to play. Sad breathtaking gestures. Anonymous faxes, for example. NOT SO Funny.’ The solitary was released around the group’s personal Bleed Information label and included lines such as for example ‘I read something about censorship/Telling we should almost all be absolve to speak/But along with his give my mouth area/Where was my independence of conversation?’ The group – Rita Farragher (vocals), Noel Farragher (acoustic guitar), Graham Hanks (bass) and Andrew Paresi (drums) – included it on the 1995 debut recording, The Good Occasions Are Killing Me personally. A assortment of pleasantly performed feminist-themed tunes including ‘No Means No’ and ‘The Artwork Of Contradiction’, it received lukewarm evaluations and didn’t sell.