The Rezillos split in half in 1978. Fay Fife, Eugene Reynolds and original Rezillo, Hi-Fi Harris, formed the similarly-retro-fitted band The Revillos (who had to change their name for contractual reasons) while Jo Callis brought along Simon Templar and Angel Patterson to his new band, Shake. Shake, like all Callis' projects were a pop band, but without a strong personality to bring it all home. Unsurprisingly, as Callis was both bands' chief song-writer, Shake sound a lot like The Rezillos - who even played the song "Culture Shock" at their farewell show in 1978 - but with less exuberance and less theatricality.
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