"Today disco, tomorrow revolution, the day after tomorrow outing to the countryside. This is what we call voluntary self-control." Thomas Meinecke, F.S.K. singer, just posted this on Facebook. The post got lots of likes. Yet the F.S.K motto comes from an Internet free period of time. In 1981, this slogan appeared in the Munich magazine, Mode und Verzweiflung, in the realm where F.S.K gravitated.The only Art School band of the nation, the only John Peel favourites too, also the only group capable of singing a song about Erykah Badu. "Erykah sagt" appeared on "Akt, eine Treppe hinabsteigend". F.S.K sing odes; as fans of pop they create meta-pop.