|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|3||Turn Mich An, Es Geht Alles||3||Audio||1998||Ritchie Records|
|6||Cliquenedition #4||2||Audio||2012-08-31||Tumbleweed Records|
|7||Cliquenedition #5||2||Audio||2013-03-01||Tumbleweed Records|
Founded 1997 by [a=Gerald Dahlmann] (drums), [a=Linus Volkmann] (vocals, guitar) and [a=Uli Nachtigall] (vocals, guitar) as an indie-rock band. They released their first single on [a=Tocotronic]'s [l=Rock-O-Tronic Records]. While Gerald Dahlmann left, [a=Felix Scharlau] (bass) and [a=Jens Friebe] (drums) joined the band for their second single in autumn 1998 on [l=Ritchie Records]. In 2004 Volkmann and Nachtigall reformed the band and released a 12 inch on [l=Scheinselbständig], changing their style to some kind of Synthpop.
Bum Khun Cha was the first korean football player in the german Bundesliga. He played during the 80's for SV Darmstadt 98, Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayer Leverkusen. The name of the band also refers to the german band [a=Hrubesch Youth].