|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||For Ever And Never||32||Audio||2003||Vulcain Records|
|3||The Boys||3||Audio||1981||Ariola Benelux|
|4||Visco Video||3||Audio||1980||Ariola Benelux|
|5||You Don't Know What It's Like To Be Alone In The House||3||Audio||1981||Ariola|
|6||God Save The Night Fever||2||Audio||1979||EMI Music Belgium|
|7||First & Last Album For The Same Price||13||Audio||1983||Ariola|
|8||Visco Video||3||Audio||1980||Ariola Benelux|
|10||The Greatest Best Of Number One Hits Ever||20||Audio||1995||BMG|
Belgian post-punk/synthpop band who started out as a fake rockband in the comic "Germain Et Nous".
Initialy a joke in the rockmagazine "En Attendant" (fake interviews, fake recordcovers and a fake manager (Peyo))
Eventualy the joke became real when a recordboss decided they'd really had to create a band.
The story abruptly ended when Bert Bertrand (Billy Ball) decided to end his life in New York.
Their first and last album was released posthumous.
Frédéric Jannin as Averell Ball
Bert Bertrand as Billy Ball
Thierry Culliford as Elton Ball
Christian Lanckvrind as Fernand Ball