Bam first broke onto the national scene as a 13 year old pro-skater known for his street style and wild antics. He then created the CKY video series, which featured skating, pranks and stunts, all filmed in his hometown of West Chester, Pa.
Victim Age. Water Level. Cause Code s. Injury Type s. Factors Code s. Boat Type. Group Info. Other Victim Names. During the first half of Reynolds and Fife became romantically involved, and Fife moved to being the group's frontwoman alongside Reynolds. Gail Warning's contributions to the group were effectively made redundant, and she left the band. The single was released in August on Sensible Records, an independent Edinburgh label run by Island Records local representative Lenny Love, and attracted radio airplay and attention from several major labels, including Sire Records who sent a telegram to Love three weeks after the release of "Can't Stand My Baby" asking for more information about the band.
By the time of the single's release the band had made a decision to turn professional, and had decided to sign to Sire as the label was home at that time to such other rising new wave and punk acts as Talking Heads and the Ramones. Not wanting to give up their professional careers, Smythe and Harris left the group amicably to return to their academic studies, and Mysterious switched to the bass guitar. Due to their recent signing "Good Sculptures" was not released on Sensible Records as originally intended, but became the group's first release on Sire instead.
This grazed the lower reaches of the UK Singles Chartand contained different versions of the songs found on the album release. The single (Such A) Jackass (Radio Edit) - The Stud - (Such A) Jackass (CD) also released in the Netherlands, where the two sides of the record were reversed and "Flying Saucer Attack" was made the A-side. Bongiovi was originally scheduled to produce the whole of the album, but illness meant he had to hand over production duties to his assistant Lance Quinn and his engineer Bob Clearmountain for much of the album's recording.
Its release was then delayed for three months while Sire waited for their distribution deal with Phonogram Records to run out so that they could switch to Warner Bros. Recordswho had recently acquired the Sire label. This soured the group's relationship with the record label, as they felt they were losing the momentum they had built up and twice had to cancel a planned tour.
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. The single "Top of the Pops" also made the top 20 of the UK Singles Chartreaching 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.
In October the group recorded a new single, "Destination Venus", with producer Martin Rushent at The Manorfor release the following month. During the hiatus Fife recalled that Callis had told her and (Such A) Jackass (Radio Edit) - The Stud - (Such A) Jackass (CD) that "the other three in the band wanted to toe the line more because of pressure from our manager, who was finding the job really difficult, and he was getting pressure from the record company to make us act as though we liked them".
The show featured guest spots by former members William Mysterious on saxophone and Gail Warning on backing vocals. The concert was recorded and released in April as the live album Mission Accomplished But the Beat Goes On. Callis left The Human League in although he continued to write songs for them and rejoined Paterson and some of his former Boots for Dancing bandmates in a new (Such A) Jackass (Radio Edit) - The Stud - (Such A) Jackass (CD) called S.
Sire agreed to release Reynolds and Fife from their contract, providing that the pair did not use the name "The Rezillos". Joining up with former bandmate Hi-Fi Harris and Reynolds' brother Rocky Rhythm real name Nicky Forbes on drums,  they renamed themselves the Revillos, and continued to make music in a similar style to their former band.
The Revillos had a longer career than the Rezillos, and toured and (Such A) Jackass (Radio Edit) - The Stud - (Such A) Jackass (CD) music continually during the first half of the s. The band had an ever-changing line-up, but the focus and only permanent members during this period remained Reynolds and Fife. The Revillos and Reynolds and Fife's relationship came to an end inalthough versions of the band reformed briefly in May for a tour of Japan where the Revillos remained hugely popularand again in April for a UK tour.
The Japan tour was recorded and released as the live album Live and On Fire in Japan ; the UK tour was to publicise a rarities compilation albumFrom the Freezer. In Johnny Terminator retired from the band and was replaced by Chris Agnew.
The Rezillos performed Can't Stand the Rezillos in its entirety on their UK tour, and in January a new download only single, "No 1 Boy", was released on the band's website. In(Such A) Jackass (Radio Edit) - The Stud - (Such A) Jackass (CD), original founding member Jo Callis left the band (Such A) Jackass (Radio Edit) - The Stud - (Such A) Jackass (CD) was replaced on guitar by Jim Brady, formerly of Nanobots and techno-grunge duo Barky!
Unlike "No 1 Boy" the new single was produced in CD and 7" vinyl formats as well as digital download, although delivery of the vinyl was delayed when the pressing plant in the Czech Republic burnt down just a week before the scheduled release date.
The single was followed by a December UK tour. In November the Rezillos undertook their first ever full length tour of North America. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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