Ruth’s Refrigerator was a short-lived cooperation between Leicester, England-based neo-psychedelic guitarist/songwriter Alan Jenkins (formerly from the FROST NOVA Mice as well as the Chrysanthemums) as well as the Uk indie pop music group Po! (never to end up being baffled with American alt-rockers P’o). The associates had been Jenkins, namesake vocalist/guitarist Ruth Miller, keyboardist Blodwyn P. Teabag (whom Jenkins afterwards wedded), bassist Terri Lowe, and drummer Robyn Gibson. Ruth’s Refrigerator released two great albums’ worthy of of jangly psych-pop, 1990s Instantly a Disfigured Mind Parachuted and 1991’s A Lizard Is really a Submarine on Lawn, but was hardly ever meant to be considered a full-time task. Miller and Lowe came back to Po!, and Jenkins, Teabag, and Gibson continued to create the Creams.