According to an interview in The Watcher's Guide volume 2 (2002, 457), music editor John King heard their music at a party given by Steve Carter's girlfriend and thought they would be good on the show. On hearing the tape, Joss decided that they had the right sound for the fictitious band he wanted to feature in the show. Thus while they have only appeared personally once on the show in Season Four's "Restless" as the band behind Giles when he sings the "Exposition Song", their music has been featured more than that of any other band. Zu has also been down to the set to coach Seth Green on how to appear to play guitar. In the extra-textual Buffy world, they have played several posting board and cast/crew parties. Four Star Mary gained recognition after appearing in several episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, providing the music for the fictional band Dingoes Ate My Baby, of whom the character Oz was the lead guitarist. Their 2001 single "Pain" is present on the original soundtrack CD for the show and is also briefly featured in an episode of the American television show Charmed.
For years they were known as the band who were featured in more episodes than any other band in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, without actually physically playing in the fictional club (the Bronze) in the show. This finally came to an end when the band performed in a dream sequence alongside actor Anthony Head in the episode "Restless".
In 2008 the band made a number of appearances in the UK, finishing in Manchester.
On October 1 2013, the band relaunched their website containing video messages and a hint at future recordings.
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