Diez and Cress were replaced by George Meier and Lindenberg for the subsequent tour, who were themselves replaced by Dieter Bornschlegel and Ringo Funk when the tour ended. They then released It’s Getting Better , which had a strong Afrobeat influence, and caused Die Zeit to hail Rumpf as a “superstar”, after which in early 1974 Kravetz left the band to join Randy Pie. Schnelle was replaced again by Adrian Askew and Bornschlegel by Curly Curve’s Alex Conti. The third album Ooh Baby was written mostly by Askew and Conti and veered towards the P-funk sound, and the band toured the U.S. as a support act for Aerosmith and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Following more changes in line-up two further albums were released, Get On Board and Live but, despite achieving commercial success in Germany, the group disbanded in January 1976. On 23 February 1983 the founder members played a one-off reunion concert in Hamburg.