Organization was founded in 1968 by two students from the Robert Schumann University of Düsseldorf: Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider-Esleben, together with Basil Hammoudi, Butch Hauf and Alfred Mönicks. In the beginning the group played improvised songs in art galleries and universities. The only album 'Tone Float' was produced by Konrad "Conny" Plank and was released in August 1969 in the UK on RCA Victor. In Germany, however, the record was only available as an import, which contributed to the manageable success of Tone Float. In 1970 RCA decided to stop producing the group and Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider-Esleben left the band to found Kraftwerk. Shortly afterwards, organization dissolved, Basil Hammoudi, Butch Hauf and Fred Mönicks returned to the university. In a video published by WDR you can see the band playing the number 'Ruckzuck': this song later appears on Kraftwerk's first album (1), which was released in November 1970. The original album, which is much sought after by many fans, costs around 1000.00 EUR in reasonably good condition. Inner Space publishes a 180 gr. Reissue with bonus track ('Vor dem Blauen Bock'). The latter is already from the early phase of Kraftwerk with i.a. Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother.