Belgian "punk" band of the early 1980’s. Sharp, witty lyrics. Sharp witty graphics. Sharp, witty sound. Their range of styles varied from ska to punk to pop music. Their debut single "Pick it up", immediately became an underground hit (over 5,000 copies, which was a lot those days) and led them to the final of the Rock Rally edition 1980. In Wit-Lof from Belgium, the song was described as being "ska at the speed of sound". The Offspring, a renound American punk band in the nineties, would later incorportate a lot of ideas from "Pick it up" into their song "Don’t Pick it up" on the cd "Ixnay on the Hombre", but it didn’t came to a lawsuit.