"I suppose that did something." He also played weekly gigs at Sin-é, famous for being the café which had helped start Jeff Buckley's career. The trio, of Folds, bassist Robert Sledge and drummer Darren Jessee, formed Ben Folds Five in 1994 In 1995, Ben Folds Five released their self-titled debut album.
“It’s the first thing that comes to mind, that heavenly mix of citrus.
They recorded Shut Up and Listen to Majosha in 1989.
It contains, among other tracks, the four songs from Party Night (remixed and/or re-recorded) and "Emaline" and "Video", which Folds would later record with Ben Folds Five.
The song "Get That Bug" from Party Night was released as a dance mix in Japan.
After Majosha broke up, Folds played drums in a band called Pots and Pans with Evan Olson (bass) and Britt "Snuzz" Uzzell (guitar and vocals), but the newly formed band lasted only about a month. He ended up playing drums there as a session musician.
After the group temporarily disbanded, Folds performed as a solo artist and has toured all over the world. He has also collaborated with musicians such as William Shatner, Regina Spektor and "Weird Al" Yankovic and undertaken experimental songwriting projects with authors such as Nick Hornby and Neil Gaiman.