The group had nine Billboard Hot 100 Singles hits from 1967 to 1968, including covers of "Go Away Little Girl" (a #1 hit for Steve Lawrence in 1962) and the jazz song "My Mammy" (popularized by Al Jolson in the 1920's). Both songs peaked at number 13. According to Miranda, the group's original formula was to "take a song that's already proven it could be a hit and put our spin on it".. They later wrote some of their own songs, including "Hare Krishna".
The band still exists and continues to perform with lead singer Miranda as the only remaining original member.
LaPorta was a high-school music teacher in the North Arlington Middle School until the middle of the 2006-2007 school year, when he retired from his position.