They released the first full album "Boom" through CBS/Sony in 1987. Next year, Yoshiharu Abe replaced the original keyboardist Midori Mukai, who was once married to Kazushi Horiuchi, in 1988 after the release of "Panic Attack", their second full album.
Since 1989, the release of their third full album "Hattori" helped them gain more broad popularity because it showed the listeners their unique creativity.
However, February 1993 saw Nishikawa part away with the band owing to the creative differences and other personal reasons. Several months after, the remaining members decided to break up the band after the release of "Spring Man."
In 2008, they got in touch with each other, made a gig with the last line-up in the party of their firends, and started recording new songs, adding Nishikawa for the first time since his departure. In 2009, they released new album "Chambre" and officially declared their reestablishment.