Porky and Difficiles de Petion-Ville
Four years after forming and the year of the release of their first album, Difficiles de Petion-Ville split after an argument between band-mates turned sour. The success of the album, Ce La Vie, which, in 1970, was the embodiment of the desires of the youth of the day, became almost overshadowed by the politics within the band. Robert Martino left the band to begin his own projects and was replaced. The band would go on to record other albums from 1970 to 1984.