The Revillos! - Attack! (Album). The Rezillos - Can't Stand The Rezillos: The (Almost) Complete Rezillos (Comp). The Revillos - 4 Track . (7", EP). Sympathy For The Record Industry.
Слушайте и скачивайте revillos на Хотплеере в mp. The Revillos - 4 Voodoo 02:42. The Revillos - 10 On The Beach 03:34. The Revillos - 5 Bitten By A Love Bug 03:27. The Revillos - Graveyard Groove 03:34. The Revillos - 17 The Fiend 01:59. The Revillos - 8 Bongo Brain 03:48. The Revillos - 6 Man Attack 03:04. The Revillos - 15 Mindbending Cutie Doll 03:07. The Revillos - 3 Graveyard Groove 03:43.
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Listen to music from The Revillos like shes fallen in love with a monster man, Your Baby's Gone & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Revillos. So, Eugene came up with a new name - The Revillos! Virgin Records were interested enough to fund a new label specically for the band (Snatzo) which operated under Virgin's DinDisc subsidiary. The deal was signed in June 1979 and there was a lot of media interest. Eugene Reynolds, Fay Fife, and Rocky Rhythm formed the core of the Revillos.
Also known as Revillos, Revillos!, The. Members of Revillos, The: Dr. D. K. Smythe, Eugene Reynolds, Fay Fife, Jeremy Thoms, Jon McLoughlin, Rocky Rhythm, Trevor Sewell, Vince Santini, William Mysterious.
The Revillos split up in 1985, briefly reforming in 1994 for a tour of Japan, and again in 1996 for a UK tour. In 2001 the Rezillos reformed after being invited to play at Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations, and have continued to play live ever since, as well as releasing new singles occasionally. A third single was released to coincide with the album, a re-recorded version of the album track "Top of the Pops" with Templar on bass, as opposed to the album version which featured Mysterious. Can't Stand the Rezillos was released in July 1978 and reached number 16 in the UK Albums Chart. The single "Top of the Pops" also made the top 20 of the UK Singles Chart, reaching number 17, and ironically earned the group an appearance on the British television programme of the same name implicitly criticised in the song's lyrics.