BLUTTAT was founded in 1981 by Jörg, Ralph and Hans-Uwe in Mühlheim / Ruhr and went out of the band Pissrinne. In the course of a factory assignment they were attentive to the much younger Atti and she was to become the singer of the band at the tender age of 13 years. In the same year they came to the Duisburger sampler H'Artcore and released their first album in 1982 with Liberté. With this, they were among the co-founders of the German anarcho-punk scene. Two years later the album Nkululeko followed. Shortly after the album Cash invoice or credit card the group dissolved in 1986. Singer Atti went to Berlin and sang at Pay Back, while the rest of the band went on to cover the rest of the band under the name of Thin Tiffics. 12 years later, BLUTTAT then gave concerts in Berlin and Mühlheim at the end of 1998.