Organisation were an experimental Krautrock band that was the immediate predecessor of the band Kraftwerk. In addition to the founding members of Kraftwerk, Florian Schneider-Esleben and Ralf Hütter, Organisation consisted of Basil Hammoudi, Butch Hauf and Alfred Mönicks (alias Fred Monicks). Charly Weiss, Peter Martini and Paul Lorenz were sometimes also included in Organisation. Their only album, Tone Float, produced and engineered by Konrad "Conny" Plank, was released on the RCA Victor label in the UK in 1970. As it was available in Germany only as an import, sales were poor and RCA opted to drop the band shortly afterwards, at which point they disbanded.