This mysterious US pop metal quartet first assembled in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1975, using its members employing strange pseudonyms (their original selection of name was Ratz). Featuring Dane Bramage (vocals, bass, keyboards), Brad Billion (acoustic guitar, vocals), Arnie Baddie (acoustic guitar, vocals) and Pinky Chablis (drums), their music paid homage to Cheap Technique, Kansas and REO Speedwagon. Made by Jeff Glixman, Blind Day, released in 1979, in fact comprised songs created four years previously. The instrumental ‘Twin Motors’ obtained a amount of popularity after being utilized as a style melody to a Western radio rock display. The music group faded back to obscurity following the record’s discharge, despite signing using the Regency Information label.