The Hungarian hardcore legend's first album was released in 1990 on audio cassette by Black Yuk. The release is the first to be released in a more serious audio format. The band was founded in the summer of 1987 by Sotár and Kiskovács in The Quarry, when they were temporarily joined by Sanyi Füleki, who also played guitar in Leukemia at the time and Cséb on bass.
The first concert was at the Muter club in February 1988.
Then, in mid-1988, they recorded their first demo, after which Cséb left the band in August due to his duties as a member of the band. Then Plane (ex-Kazányi) took his place and began the Western European concerts, while in Germany the Sucking Stalin Tour was released in 1989.
The band became more and more well known, but unfortunately due to musical differences, Sanyi Füleki left the band in December 1989.
The new guitarist was temporarily moved to Tádé, Colorado. Then, in the summer of 1990, Lörke (ex-Marina Revü) joined the band and new songs were released at the end of the year on a cassette track titled "Don't En march!", followed by several tours of Western Europe (Switzerland, Germany, France, Belgium, Slovenia).