From early No-Wave to Dark/Gothic Underground, from EBM via Techno to Electroclash - and back again! This is NO MORE! In 1981, the German band landed the underground hit-single SUICIDE COMMANDO, which spread internationally like a virus regardless of genre and scene. Whether in New York's Limelight, at the Love Parade in Berlin or on the soundtrack to the graffiti train writers movie "Dirty Handz": SUICIDE COMMANDO was played everywhere and reached a status that made the title feasible for prominent remixers. Thanks to DJ Hell or Echopark, SUICIDE COMMANDO is still happening today as it was 25 years ago. The band, founded in 1979, broke up in 1986, but in the fall 2008 Tina Sanadakura and Andy Schwarz went back on stage as NO MORE again - with a strong set of old and new songs. They played all over Europe in cities like Antwerp, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Athens, Warsaw, Milano, Rome, Paris, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin and at festivals such as M'era Luna and SONAR – They supported DAF and played with PSYCHE in the concert series ‘Electronic legends’. One was again reminded of the early NME quote in 1982: "young Germans who appear to have fallen out of Lou Reed's Berlin album". Or just call it: Post-Punk-Electronica-Kraut-Glam-Pop.