Personalities | The Rezillos | Seventies | Rock

(Vocal group, 1977–78)

Scottish cartoon punksters led by vocalists Fay Fife (real name Sheila Hynde) and Eugene Reynolds (Alan Forbes), with Jo Callis (guitar), Mark Harris (guitar), D.K. Smythe (bass), Alan Patterson (drums) and Gail Warning (backing vocals). The Rezillos released Scotland’s first new wave single, ‘I Can’t Stand My Baby’, in August 1977. Their album Can’t Stand The Rezillos (1978) contained the hit ‘Top Of The Pops’. After disbanding in 1978, Fife and Reynolds formed the similarly named Revillos.

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Source: The Definitive Illustrated Encyclopedia of Rock, general editor Michael Heatley


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