With this line-up, in 1981 China White released their first EP, 'Danger Zone' on Frontier Records.
In 1984 Marc, James and Joey quit the band, replaced by Scott Sisunik (back on vocals), Corey Stretz (bass) and Spanky (drums).
The band disbanded in 1985, after a show at the Olympic Auditorium.
In 1993 Frank Ruffino reformed the band, with Corey Stretz (bass), Jeff Porter (vocals) and James Lugo (drums); this line-up disbanded in 1995 a few months after the release of the album 'Addiction'.
In 2002, the Ruffino brothers, Marc Martin, James Rodriguez reappeared for a reunion tour.
Frank Ruffino died on June 4, 2013.