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Referring to their style of hardcore punk music, the band declared in Frontiers Newsmagazine, "We put the core back in homocore". Their first recording was the self released demo Don't Knock It Till You Try It. This was followed by a single called What's Up With The Kids and then the self-titled LP Limp Wrist. However, since band members lived in different states maintaining the group became difficult. After an interlude they resumed touring in 2004 and released a new LP, Complete Discography the same year. The song "Ode" from this recording pays tribute to pioneering gay hardcore musicians Gary Floyd of The Dicks, Randy 'Biscuit' Turner of Big Boys and Joshua Plague of Mukilteo Fairies and Behead The Prophet, No Lord Shall Live, providing a historical context for Limp Wrist.
The bands' best known songs were I Love Hardcore Boys and I Love Boys Hardcore, both of which received much attention from fans and press alike. Lead singer Martin Sorrondeguy appears in Queercore: A Punk-u-mentary by Scott Treleaven and addresses the issue implicit in these song titles, what some might view as the apparent contradiction of being both queer and being involved in the punk scene.
In 2004 Sorrondeguy released his own documentary film, . He had begun the film while still a member of his former band Los Crudos .
- Don't Knock It Till You Try It self released demo
- What's Up With The Kids on Paralogy Records 7" single
- Limp Wrist on Lengua Armada in US, La Vida Es Un Mus in Europe LP/CD
- Complete Discography Paralogy Records CD
- Histeria Lengua Armada compilation CD
- Split 7" with Knifed
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