The record company offers them a new deal that means some changes that include the band's name ("The Bufalow's Burp" was "too much") and so the band is renamed "Palmera" ("Palm Tree") and at the same time they "suffer" their first drummer change and while Carlos Real leaves the team, a fantastic percussionist gets in: Fran Gallo. With this new name they publish two L.P.s and a super single and several of their songs enter the hit parade charts of Spain. In 1983, almost seven years after their beginning as a band they split and they only get together again twice, in 1991 and 1994 for a few revival concerts with huge success. Currently, in the Canary Islands, especially in Tenerife they are a legend, and their songs prevail passing from one generation to the next.