The trio’s first LP, At Action Park, appeared in late 1994. Four years passed until their proper follow-up, Terraform, which was recorded much earlier than its release date but was delayed due to artwork clearance. Recorded on various dates in 1998 and 1999, their third full-length, 1000 Hurts, was released in the late summer of 2000. Excellent Italian Greyhound followed nearly seven full years later, featuring several songs the band had been playing live for quite some time. The band also recorded a session for John Peel, gave away a recording made for a ballet to 779 friends, and had a live show released in Japan by chum K.K. Null. Other singles and numerous compilation appearances featured Shellac, including a cover of AC/DC’s “Jailbreak” for a Skin Graft compilation.