|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Pogo In Togo||2||Audio||1981|
|4||Singen Und Spielen Ihre Schönsten Melodien||20||Audio||1996||Eversongs|
|5||Love When The Work Is Done||2||Audio||1987|
|6||Ein Lied Geht Um Die Welt||2||Audio||1983||Jupiter Records|
|8||One For The Money, One For The Soul||2||Audio||1988|
|9||Sailor (Your Home Is The Sea)||2||Audio||1980||RCA Victor|
|10||One For The Money, One For The Soul||2||Audio||1988|
|11||Sing A Song||2||Audio||1989|
|12||Love When The Work Is Done||3||Audio||1987||Virgin|
|13||Pogo In Togo||12||Audio||1982|
|14||Pogo In Togo||12||Audio||1981||Jupiter Records|
|16||Pogo In Togo||2||Audio||1981||Carnaby|
|17||Pogo In Togo||2||Audio||1980||RCA Victor|
|18||Rock Diamond Vol. 7||2||Audio||Rock Diamonds|
|19||Die Strolche Vom Frauenholz / Alles Prima In Lima / Bad Girl / Bitter End||4||Audio||Jupiter Records|
The band from Munich, Germany, started in 1973, called themselves intermittent "Teen Quo Vadis".
Their first official concert took place in 1976 at the then famous Rigan Club in Munich. They started to work professionally in 1979, calling themselves [A=U-Bahnschacht] for a short time, just to change the name finally to [A=United Balls].
In 1980 [A=Jörg Evers] heard them in the Rigan Club and after that finanzed a demo recording of 4 tracks including a first version of their later hit "Pogo In Togo".
Their first 45 [r1971680] was released on [l90701] in 1981.
They had big succes during the "Neue Deutsche Welle" in Germany, even when they did not play typical NDW.
After two LPs, mostly in German language, they released their third album, [r1350450], in 1989 with all track sung in English. Short after they disbanded.
Since 1999 their were several rumours for a reunion, which finally took place in 2010 in the original lineup and resulted in a fourth album, [B]Maybe Tomorrow But Better Tonight[/B] released at the end of 2011.
Harry Kulzer (bass, vocals)
Gabriel Laszlo (drums, vocals)
Horst Lindhofer (guitars, vocals)