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19901992199419982000200220022003 1989

Mark forms Pitch Shifter, with Johnny Carter and Stu Toolin

lineup:
vocals/bass - Mark D Clayden
lead guitar - John A Carter
rhythm guitar - Stu E Toolin
backing vocals - Jon S Clayden

1990

Debut album "Industrial" released on Peaceville Records

1991

"Death Industrial" limited edition transparent 7 inch released

vocals - JS Clayden
bass - MD Clayden
lead guitar - JA Carter
rhythm guitar - SE Toolin

1992

Pitch Shifter sign to Earache Records and release the "Submit" EP. SE Toolin is later fired for "unprofessionalism". JS is persuaded, reluctantly, to join the band as full time vocalist, after singing on two tracks of "Submit".

1994

"Desensitised" is released.A live drummer is hired to play tribal rhythms over the top of the drum machine.

vocals - JS Clayden
bass - MD Clayden
guitar/programming - JA Carter
live drums - 'D' J Walter

1995

The "Remix War" is released, with contributions from Gunshot, Therapy?, and Biohazard.
1996

"Infotainment?" is released. Video for "Underachiever" gets respectable airtime on European MTV.
1998

Pitchshifter sign to major label Geffen, and release "www.pitchshifter.com". Jim Davies is hired to record lead guitar on the record, and then joins the band on a permanent basis.

vocals/programming - JS Clayden
bass - Mark Clayden
guitar/programming - Johnny Carter
lead guitar - Jim Davies
live drums - 'D'J Walter

1999

"Un-UK" EP is released. 'D' leaves the band.
2000

"Deviant" is released, with both the album and single, "Dead Battery", charting in the UK. However, the band are dropped from their label. Founder member Johnny Carter leaves the band, but sticks around as a consultant on the album's programming.

vocals/programming - JS Clayden
bass - Mark Clayden
guitar - Jim Davies
recorded drums - John Stanier
additional programming - Johnny Carter
live rhythm guitar - Matt Grundy
live drums - Jase Bowld

2002

"PSI", the band's last studio album, is released on Sanctuary Records. Video for single "Shutdown" gets heavy rotation on rock TV channels. The band decide to split, but keep it quiet.

vocals/programming - JS Clayden
bass - Mark Clayden
guitar - Jim Davies
drums - Jase Bowld
live guitar - Dan Raynor
additional programming - Drawbacks

2003

The band announce they are to split. They release live/remix album "Bootlegged, Distorted, Remixed and Uploaded", and a yet to be released DVD. Jim Davies leaves the band amicably before the farewell tour. Guitar duties on the tour are held by Dan & Tim Raynor, a.k.a the Drawbacks.

vocals - JS Clayden
bass - Mark Clayden
lead guitar - Dan Raynor
rhythm guitar - Tim Raynor
drums - Jase Bowld