Dutch group was formed by the Pins, who separated from Doris D And The Pins after a quarrel about money. Their first single, "The Girls Are Back In Town", was an instant hit, followed by "Burn It Up (Mr. D.J.)". The latter only became only a hit in the Benelux after it turned out to be a big succes on the US dancefloors.
After the single 'Go for it!', they suddenly disappeared from the radar, not to be ever heard of again. Denise van der Hek went on to join Curtie And The Boombox.