In 1993, the band performed as a part of the Trinidad Trip band in the play Trinidad which was directed in the BITEF theater by Milutin Petrović. The song "Ja hoću mambo", performed with Branka Katić, Slobodan Ninković and Branko Vidaković on vocals, soon became a nationwide hit. The band also wrote music for a part of the Beogradske priče play and appeared on the soundtrack and performed in the film Geto - Tajni život grada.
On early 1995, the band got a new drummer, Goran Milošević, and in the new lineup performed at the Sumertime Jazz and Blues festival at Sava Centar in Belgrade as an opening act for Fishbelly Black, promoting the band's first single Zajedno, a cover of Film single, and their own song, "Znaj". The beginning of the song "Zajedno" featured a similar intro to the Disciplina Kičme version of the song "Čudna šuma".
The band worked on the Do Koske movie soundtrack providing it with dynamic instrumental compositions, themes influenced by Latino music and on the soundtrack also appeared a new mix of the song "Grizi metak".
The album Overdrive featured brass and string sections.
It was the last recording the band had made. The band ceased to exist during the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.
In 2006, the band ought to have performed, along with Alice Cooper, as an opening act for the Belgrade concert of the Rolling Stones, however, the concert was canceled and the band performed at the Exit Festival, and in 2007, the band once again reunited to perform at the Jelen Pivo Live festival
Igor Perović - vocals, guitar
Roman Goršek - bass
Miladin Radivojević - drums (1992-1994)
Dušan Petrović (ex DLM) - saxophone
Goran Milošević - drums (from 1995)