Most widely known for the 1987 solitary “Teenager Sex Transfusion,” Multicoloured Tones spent the mid- to past due ’80s purveying organ-heavy psychedelic rock and roll. Created in Marl, Germany in 1984, the music group originally presented vocalist Pete Barany, guitarist Eddie Wagner, bassist Michael Doering, keyboardist Detlev “Det Bizarre” Bizer, and drummer Martin Heimes. Multicoloured Tones produced their debut that 12 months having a self-titled mini-album released on Last Opportunity Records, that they quickly adopted with 1985’s full-length Home of Polish. Wagner and Heimes remaining the group that 12 months and were changed, respectively, by Heinz-Werner Maleike and Bernd Gremm. This incarnation of Multicoloured Tones documented 1987’s Sundome Town Exit, which presented “Teenager Sex Transfusion.” The lineup adjustments continuing: Maleike remaining in 1988 and Wagner came back, while Doering also remaining that 12 months and was changed by Hansi Gralke. Multicoloured Tones released their third recording, Ranchero!, as well as the one “Live MY ENTIRE LIFE” in 1989, the same season keyboardist Peter Sauermann changed founding member Bizer. The group disbanded in 1990 and briefly reunited in 2002, but Barany’s loss of life that year supposed the finish of Multicoloured Tones. The band’s posthumous produces included 2015’s Reside in Berlin, which noted a 1987 present, and 2016’s Shed Tapes EP.