As a U.S. soldier, Durron Butler was posted to Germany where, after his discharge, he teamed up with producers Benito Benites and John Garrett Virgo III in a project dubbed Snap!, after a function on a sequencing program. Previously the producers had recorded prolificly in their Frankfurt studio for their own label, Logic Records; with Butler (now renamed Turbo B) they recorded the international hit, "The Power." With Turbo B as the public face of Snap!, they continued to score colossal hits, most notably "Rhythm Is A Dancer" (the biggest selling U.K. single of 1992). Turbo B left to pursue a solo career, but the producers proved that they could survive without a frontman when"‘Exterminate!" became another million-seller, although subsequent singles failed to chart.