and Joe La Greca
were behind this Canadian disco group. Their first album included the disco classic "The Break", which was so popular it continued to be played well into the 1980's and was remixed several times. This was originally issued in the US on T.K. Disco
records although the original release was on Canada's Unidisc
records. This first release also contained disco classics "Don't Stop Keep On", "There's Only Been A Few" and "Djaga Boogie Woogie". Backing vocals included Cissy Houston
Their second LP, "Get Crackin'", followed in 1980 and was more downtempo and funky. This album featured orchestration by Ritchie Rome
of the Ritchie Family, who also co-wrote two of the tracks.
The third album, "The Kat Is Back" was released in 1982.