Throwing Muses' Discography
The Throwing Muses have had a long musical career, releasing albums and singles since 1984. They have produced studio albums, live albums, EPs and compilation albums, as well as releasing several singles during their career. They are currently working on a new studio album after a hiatus and a restructuring of the band.
Throwing Muses Discography, 1980s
The initial Throwing Muses album release was "Untitled," in 1986. Throwing Muses also released "House Tornado" in 1988 and "Hunkpapa" in 1989. A compilation album, "Lonely as an Eyesore," was released in 1986. Throwing Muses went on to produce several EPs in the 1980s, including "Stand Up" (1984), "The Doghouse Cassette" (1985), "Chains Changed" (1987), and "The Fat Skier" (1987).
Throwing Muses Discography, 1990s
Several albums by Throwing Muses were released in the 1990s, including "The Real Ramona" (1991), "Red Haven" (1992), "University" (1995), and "Limbo" (1996). "The Curse" (1992), a live album, also dates to this decade. Compilation albums appearing in the 1990s included "This is Fort Apache" (1995) and "In a Doghouse" (1998). One EP was released in 1997, entitled "Live to Tape."
Throwing Muses Discography, 2000 and beyond
Despite the fact the group declared a hiatus in the 1990s, they reformed to play and release albums afterwards. Their self-titled album "Throwing Muses" was released in 2003, along with a live album "Live in Providence" in 2001 and a compilation album "Anthology" in 2011 that included a bonus disc of rare songs.
The Throwing Muses have been writing and performing music on and off for the past 20 years, and several albums and singles now testify to their place among important alternative rock artists. They have recently re-formed and are working on still more new music for their fans around the world.