My current fixation is on Lubricated Goat, a noisy Australian 4-piece most active in the late '80s to early '90s. Frontman Stu Spasm was married to formidable Babes in Toyland leader Kat Bjelland for a spell, a union which resulted in a short-lived love child of a band called Krunt. LG also snagged a great deal of attention for appearing on an Australia television show, a stunt that resulted in the documentary In the Raw. Here's a little video clip (relatively safe for work, I promise, thanks to an abundance of "censored" banners):
More important than those bits of trivia is the way their approach to experimental, caustic punk had a mischievous, sick-minded bent that would appeal to that sect of rockers who still adore Pussy Galore, Jesus Lizard, Rapeman or Cop Shoot Cop (Trouser Press blithely described it as something that "could serve as a striptease for strangling hyenas," though I think it was a complimentary appraisal). If you dig that sort of stuff, I highly recommend tracking down a copy of Paddock of Love (though it will cost you a purty penny).