Rising from the ashes from the disbanded Mission of Burma, drummer Peter Prescott come up with the Volcano Suns with bassist Jeff Weigand and guitarist Jon Williams to keep making rock and roll music, but to accomplish it within a lighter, less serious way than Prescott’s former group. 1985 noticed the band’s debut, The Shiny Orange Years, released on Homestead. Their second and third produces — also on Homestead — noticed a development within the music group when Weigand and Williams still left after album number 2, FOREVER Lotus Party. 1987’s Bumper Crop, the Volcano Suns’ third, was well received more than enough to have the band agreed upon to SST because of their following two albums: Farced (1988) and Thing of Beauty (1989). Regarded the very best lineup of these all, this incarnation (offering the guest electric guitar function of David Kleiler) will be the band’s last. 1991’s Profession in Rock and roll (released on Quarterstick/Contact and Move) would end up being the band’s last release. In past due 2005, Prescott re-formed the Volcano Suns and performed reunion displays in Hoboken and Boston.