A side project based upon Georgia author Harry Crews that only lasted for 13 live concerts in Europe in September 1988. Band members were Lydia Lunch of Teenage Jesus & The Jerks, Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth on bass and wrestler Sadie Mae on drums. Pat Place was in the initial line-up. The live album "Naked In Garden Hills" was named after a novel by Crews, and songs such as "Car", "Knockout Artist" and "The Gospel Singer" were also named after Crews' novels. The band also performed Sonic Youth's "She's In A Bad Mood" and Teenage Jesus & the Jerks' "Orphans".