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Smudge is an Australian rock band. Its frontman Tom Morgan is better known outside Australia as a songwriting collaborator of Evan Dando and his band The Lemonheads.
Smudge was formed in 1991, initially only to contribute a song, "Tea, Toast & Turmoil", to the 1991 Half A Cow 7" compilation, Slice (along with Swirl, Jupiter and Studley Lush). The band went on to record a 7" single, "Don't Want To Be Grant McLennan", which was soon made John Peel's record of the week. On the back of this success, several more releases followed, then in 1994 bassist Paul 'Duncs' Duncan left the band and was replaced by bassist, Adam Yee (ex-Headache).
During 1997-1998 the band had two guitars in line-up - Pete Kelly (ex-Disneyfist, Sea Life Park, Decoder Ring) joined the band on second guitar and helped record the album, Real McCoy, Wrong Sinatra.
From late October 1999 till 2002 the band went on an