In April 1990 the band recorded an early version of 'E Allora' for the benefit compilation pro-Palestine 'Shabab' (which also helped groups like Kina and Environs), produced by Blu Bus of Aosta and exit in 1991.
Exits also the 7 "of having a Luna Nera, a fanzine Turin.
In the summer of that year joined Belfa (sax) and Egle (guitar), and begins the work documented in the album Detriti of 1993, which are taken up and re-arranged songs of the first period , as well as new pieces put together in the rehearsal room, where the improvisation takes the detriti to a key role.
Between 1991 and 1995, the group has performed in community centers and alternative situations in Rovereto, Florence, Bologna, in Cadore and Feltre, in addition to regular concerts in the Self-Governing cayenne Feltre [Cayenna Autogestita Di Feltre], which incidentally allows the group to have a rehearsal.
Detriti were essentially a hardcore punk with a markedly distinctly free jazz. Music angular, frenetic, caused by improvised but composed and performed with rigorous technique, singing screaming fast or mumbled to the limit, deliberately incomprehensible.
Yet the texts, often very short, revealing a surprising depth, sensitivity, imagination and clear thinking, and analytical capacities at the same time the synthesis of political and social reality never granted, even innovative in form, depicting everything with an image or a feeling staff.