Led by Jeremy Parker (b. Boston, Massachusetts, USA; vocals, electric guitar), Done PRONE also comprised British musicians Ali Macintosh (bass), Glen Youthful (electric guitar) and Adam Sherry (drums). The EP Center Of Dirt, released in 1993, was made by Membranes /Sensurround head and journalist John Robb. The three paths were going by ‘Dissent’, a forceful tune using a stop-start structure similar to Nirvana (an evaluation that remained with the music group throughout their early profession). It had been awarded Single FROM THE Week in the brand new Musical Express. In 1994 they released three EPs (Family members Values, Adverse One Close friends and ONLY A Misdemeanour) that brought some indie graph achievement, BBC radio periods with the disk jockey John Peel off and video performances on the united kingdom tv program The Chart Present. In addition they toured with Women Against Young boys, Compulsion, Ned’s Atomic Dustbin and many more. Their debut record, John Austin Rutledge, was called after a pal of Parker’s who co-wrote a number of the tracks: ‘All he needed was a credit, but we made a decision to name it after him and place his photo for the cover!’. In 1995 the music group visited America because of their first concert events there, before putting your signature on a new agreement with Immaterial Information and documenting their 5th EP, Chronic Offender. Their second recording was released in 1996.