July 1977: Carlo Casale and Stefano Dal Col begin a musical collaboration and found the Outkids, one of the first Italian Punk Rock combos. After a series of local concerts, the training expands with the arrival of Marco Brenda, keyboardist. Marco gave to the young band a sound more personal that, scrambling their background, shortly becomes one of the most appreciated New Wave bands of the peninsula. With the name of Frigidaire Tango, in 1980 the band recorded their first full-length LP 'The Cock', a small masterpiece of Italian music that was inserted in Sep 2010 between 100 fundamental least-known Rock LPs by the French magazine Tsugi. In early '83, with the addition of a second keyboardist, F.T. returned to the studio releasing a self-produced mini-LP titled 'Russian Dolls', become one of the 'classics' of the new Italian Rock of the period. At the same time the band was on tour with The Sound in Italy. In mid-'86, on the top of their popularity and after being invited for a series of gigs at the Biennale in Barcelona, the band split-up.