German percussionist Klaus Dinger shaped La Dusseldorf following break up of cyber-rock music group, Neu!, in 1975. Applying a punk-inspired “much less is even more” get to Neu!’s minimalist pop-meets-German experimentalism, La Dusseldorf increased to the levels of Europe’s progressive rock and roll scene from the past due 1970s. Product sales of their three albums — La Dusseldorf in 1976, Viva in 1978, and Individuellos in 1981 — totalled greater than a million copies. They released a Western european hit one, “Magic Cloud,” in 1976. In the aftermath of La Dusseldorf’s disbanding in 1981, Dinger provides sporadically surfaced, launching single albums — Neondian in 1985, and Die Engel Des Herrn in 1993.