1983, Heiko Maile, Marcus Meyn, Martin Kähling and Oliver Kreyssig, four friends from Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany, found the band "Lizenenced Technology". 1984, Martin Kähling leaves the band. Soon after, the group renames itself "Camouflage", inspired by a "Yello Magic Orchestra" song of the same name.

In cooperation with Axel Henninger Camouflage re-records "The Great Commandment" in Axel's studio 1987. The single is released in September and hits number 14 in the German charts. February 1988, the follow-up single "Strangers' Thoughts" makes number 20 on German charts. In March, "Voices & Images", Camouflage's debut album is released.

Years later they are still in business an on february the 1st 2002 Camouflage signed a new record contract for the German market with Polydor/ Zeitgeist (a division of Universal Music Germany). They presented 20 new songs.