Punk Floyd was a Punk Rock group formed by Dirk McQuickly and his wife Martini. He sang and she didn't. Dirk's other personalities would provide accompaniment. Their first album, White Dopes on Punk, would not set the standard for Punk Rock music.
The band began in 1970 after Dirk became disillusioned with the idea of "Rutle-esque" music and released the song "Listen to the Noise That the Small Girls Make While They Participate In Various Primitive Games For Their Own Amusement", which was shorter than the time it would take the average individual to say. He instantly fell in love with this fast-paced, nonsensical style of music. Their first album, White Dopes on Punk, consisted of 87 tracks but only lasted 30 minutes.
In 1972, Punk Floyd decided to go on a spontaneous tour of British primary schools to promote their upcoming three albums. They were very quickly arrested for supplying small children with Tea. Dirk was quoted as saying, "We saw lots of children and five of them grew up illegal".
The following year, Punk Floyd released two albums (The Dirk Side of the Moon, Red Sauce Speedway), and for the first time in McQuickly's post-Rutles career, people actually liked them. This was then followed up with Punk Floyd at the Speed of the Brick in the Wall, the band's most popular album.
In 2014, it was announced that an album consisting of material recorded during the Wish You Were The Egg and Punk Floyd at the Speed of the Brick in the Wall sessions would be released, under the name The Endless Grift.
- Dirk McQuickly - bass, lead vocals
- Denny "Gilmour" Lane - guitar, backing vocals
- Martini McQuickly - keyboards, not vocals
- Joey Mason - drums only
- "White Dopes on Punk" (1970)
- "Wild Life at the Gates of Dawn" (1971)
- "A Shitload of Secrets" (1972)
- "The Dirk Side of the Moon" (1973)
- "Red Sauce Speedway" (1973)
- "Venus and Marbles" (1975)
- "Punk Floyd at the Speed of the Brick in the Wall" (1976)
- "Pulse over America" (1976)
- "Animal's Town" (1978)
- "Wish You Were The Egg" (1979)
- The Division Table (1994)
- "Punkpan" (2001)
- "The Endless Grift" (2014)