Ralf Henrich and Kurt Ader left, probably due to differences in opinion with Talla 2XLC, after the first LP "Dynamics & Discipline". "Blue Planet", the second album, was already much more song-orientated than its predecessor. Since Talla 2XLC felt that Javelin's influence was little by little becoming too dominant he left at the end of 1987 without further ado. He had already tried to be replaced by Ion Javelin in 1986, in spite of their surprisingly successful collaboration, but had changed his mind in the end.
Due to considerable differences with the management of their label "Westside Music", Alexander Henninger also left Moskwa TV. That same year Javelin's collaboration with Volker Barber (former keyboardist of the "Hired Help Band" and "Tokyo", meanwhile owner of the "Fast Forward Music" Studio) started. As a result Moskwa TV's orientation towards Electro Pop (Information Society, Heaven 17) became even stronger with their 3rd album "Javelin". Ion Javelin's voice finally moved into the centre, and purely instrumental tracks didn't appear no more which is a strong contrast to the beginnings of Moskwa TV.