"An Ork release was always a thrilling event. You never knew what direction the label would move and that was part of what made it such an exciting and ultimately ground-breaking enterprise. With Terry seeking out new bands and Charles keeping the machinery of the business running, Ork Records was a ticket to New York’s underground musical amusement park." (from "Pioneer of the D.I.Y. punk scene Charles Ball has died," written by Marc Campbell.)
Charles Ball later founded the No Wave label Lust/Unlust Music.