1980. Punk had kicked the door wide open and crowds of sans-culotte musicians were storming Bastille slaying the rock n roll aristocracy. Somehow, a bunch of wacky kids in Greece got the message and intended to do their part. Not an easy task in post-junta Greece were rock music was frowned upon by the authorities, record companies, state-controlled radio, live venues and the masses. Even worse, the local old-school rockers totally detested the new sights and sounds. What? No 20-minute guitar solo? Where's the long hair? You gotta be kidding.