Caligula’s unique music style was made by a combined mix of funk bass, rock electric guitar, hip-hop beats, and keyboards in the custom of KLF, Pop Can Eat Itself, and Beliefs No More. Developing in Sydney, Australia, in 1990, the music group initial released the mini-album Caligula in 1991, that was closely accompanied by the EP Got One in the same calendar year. Curiosity was spurred, resulting in some national travels including support slot machine games for Pop Can Eat Itself in 1992 and Depeche Setting in 1994. Two additional EPs had been released locally, Bluff in 1992, and I.C.U. (Before) in 1993. The remake from the Smokey Robinson strike “Tears of the Clown” supplied their greatest graph achievement in Australia, peaking at amount 25 in Feb 1994. Caligula continuing their musical experimentation using their full-length record, Rubenesque, released in Australia in March 1994.