The band originaly consisted of Oto Rimele (lead guitar), Mirko Kosi (electric piano), Zoran Stjepanovič (bass guitar), Damjan Likavec (drums) and the vocalist Zoran Predin. Zoran and Oto were key members. The former responsible for the lyrics, the latter for the music. However, Rimele left the band in 1985 and was replaced by Milan Prislan. There were some other changes as well. Likavec was replaced by Andrej Pintarič in 1982, while Sašo Stojanovič and Nino Mureškič were band members only for a short period of time (Stojanovič in 1983 for the recording of the album "Ne Mi Dihat Za Ovratnik", Mureškič from 1987 until 1989).
The band almost split up in 1994 when Zoran Predin started a solo career. Boštjan Velkavrh joined as the new vocalist, but after a mediocre succes of the new album, the band finally split up in 2001.
The band (Predin, Prislan, Stjepanovič, Kosi, Pintarič, Mureškič) briefly regathered in 2005 for a series of concerts in Slovenia and other Ex-Yugoslavia.