Shaped in London, England, in 1984, the group’s original line-up contains Jim Lyttle (vocals, guitar), John Fraser Binnie (guitar; ex-Dirty Techniques), Kevin Collier (bass; ex-Le Griffe) and Steve Kingsley (drums). Putting your signature on towards the Music For Countries label, their debut, First Go to, premiered in 1985, an record filled with fast, hard, punk-influenced steel. With live gigs uncovering Jim Lyttle to be always a charismatic leader, they embarked with an ill-fated American tour. Blaming their American label Elektra Information for too little promotion, the music group returned to Britain to begin focus on a second record. At this time Steve Kingsley still left to be changed by program drummer Charlie Morgan, who performed on the record recordings, but was changed soon soon after by Danny Fury. Pet Man premiered in 1986 however the music group dissolved immediately after its discharge when confronted with public indifference.