This is a live Busters album, as obvious from the title. It contains songs for most of the past albums. This album was recorded and released as part of their 15th anniversary as a band.
In 1987 THE BUSTERS are founded; initially, only to spend an evening filled with ska music.
In 1988 their first album "Ruder than Rude" is released at Weserlabel, Bremen.
In 1989 the band hits the road on its first nation-wide tour supporting BAD MANNERS. In addition, THE BUSTERS headline the 2nd Int. Ska Festival in London. Shortly thereafter, their second album, "Couch Potatoes", and their second tour follow in collaboration with the Godfather of Ska LAUREL AITKEN.
In 1991 THE BUSTERS take on the east coast of the USA in a very successful club tour. Their third album, "Dead or Alive", follows.
In 1992 their first live album, "Cheap Thrills", is released.
In 1993 THE BUSTERS tour the west coast of the US.
In 1994 their most controversial album, "Sexy Money", is released. The tour that follows the release is their most successful to date.
In 1995, the Montreux Jazz Festival organizes a Ska evening featuring THE BUSTERS as headliners. The sixth album, "Live in Montreux", is released.
In 1996 THE BUSTERS move on to major label Sony. Their first fully professionally produced album ever, "Stompede", is released.
In 1997 THE BUSTERS celebrate their tenth anniversary with "Boost Best", a 'best of' album.
In 1998 "Make a Move" is released on the Dogsteady label. In addition, THE BUSTERS support DIE ÄRZTE on their open-air tour.
In 1999 THE BUSTERS release "Welcome to Busterland", their tenth album.
In 2000 bass player Rolf Breyer and frontman Richard Tabor take over the spots of the founding fathers Klaus Huber and Mäx Grittner.
In 2001 THE BUSTERS release "360°", a smooth album, that is followed by the band's most successful tour ever.
In 2002 THE BUSTERS celebrate their 15th anniversary with a great concert in Wiesloch attended by more than 5,000 people.
In 2003 THE BUSTERS release their third live album ("Live") capturing the highlights of the anniversary in Wiesloch the previous year.
In 2004 THE BUSTERS release their 13th long player, "Revolution Rock".
In 2005 The Busters found their own label "Ska Revolution Records" and release their first web single "Radio Smash Hit" along with an accompanying video. Shortly thereafter their new album "Evolution Pop" is available.