Schnell Fenster was an eclectic New Zealand-based music group made up of former-Split Enz associates Phil Judd (electric guitar/vocals/keyboards), Noel Crombie (drums), and Nigel Griggs (bass), as well as Michael Den Elzen (electric guitar) (the short-lived primary lineup also included Enz keyboardist Eddie Rayner). The music group produced in 1986 and released their initial record, Sound of Trees and shrubs, in 1988 in Australia. Exactly the same calendar year, the band documented a small number of country-tinged music for the film Rikky and Pete as Noel’s Cowards. A warm reception within their homeland along with a revived curiosity about Divide Enz prompted an American agreement with Atlantic Information the following calendar year. Sound of Trees and shrubs noticed a belated world-wide discharge in 1990, but with out a helping tour outside and poor advertising, the record quickly faded. The follow-up, 1991’s Fine Alright a Huh OK LAST ONE, suffered exactly the same destiny, this time using a release limited by Australasia. While marketing the record, Crombie established tinnitus, forcing these to postpone the tour. They ultimately broke up, using the associates playing a far more energetic function behind the moments within the music business.