At last! an Inca Eyeball discography. And you thought you owned all of them...


Electrocute Your Cock (Oska Tapes, UK) featured guest keyboards by Neil Davies (also of Tea Culture)

Snow Over Interstate 80 (Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers, UK)

King of All Cigarette Horses (Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers, UK)

One Pound Fifty (Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers, UK)

Your Nose Controls You (Face Like a Smacked Arse, UK)

Our Drummer Always Plays in the Nude (Union Pole, US)

Worthless Fucking Cup and Pointless Fucking Saucer double cassette (Malpractice Tapes, UK)

C-92 (E.F. Tapes, US)

The Drums They Sound Like Chattering Teeth (E.F. Tapes, US)

Fuck The Legal Stations (E.F. Tapes, US)

The Ear That Punk Broke (Cakehole, US)

Our Mothers and Fathers Taught Us Right From Wrong (Inner Psyche Productions, UK)

Inca Eyeball Split Up! (Kylie Productions, UK)

Alisha Sufit, Goddess Of Modal Tunings (Destroy All Music, US)

Not a Real Monkey (Scum Tapes, UK)

Mommy Drank Me Under the Table (Giardia, US)


"Morning Glory Toilet Song/Tin Blue Puzzle" - originally released as part of the Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers cassette single series. The series was later reissued as one tape, under the title The Kids Know What the Deal Is. This is also out of print.


"I've Just Come In Off the Boat" (Fusetron, US)

Inca Eyeball/Subs split single (Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers, UK)

"Leave The Country" (Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers/Kylie Productions, UK)


He Has a Brain the Size of a Fifty Pence Piece LP (Fusetron, US)

Beauty Spots one-sided LP(Blackbean and Placenta Tape Club, US) (note: Billed as "Inca Eyeball Stylophone Chamberpot Orgestra")
A single track with a number of guest participants, this was performed during Inca Eyeball's surprising opening spot during Pavement's tour of the UK.


Quattro Symbolos (Spirit Of Orr, US)