Roxy dating eddie
Modest sales as well as differences of opinion with the label resulted in the band being dropped by Stiff, but not before £50,000 was reputedly spent on the unreleased album, which Stiff refused to part with.
Toulouse later worked as a DJ under the name the Main T, and in 1983, as the Main T Possee, he released the single "Fickle Public Speaking" which reached No. He recorded as part of the Style Council's 1984 miners' charity project the Council Collective, and released a solo single, "Cruisin' the Serpentine", in 1985.
Not long after, smash-n-stray Eddie reportedly gave Rocsi the boot and swirled on over to his new blonde-haired boo-thang in record time, not hesitating to be seen out and about with someone other than his former Hounduran honey.
After remaining silent throughout the summer, Rocsi finally chatted it up with 4UMF at a recent event about the current status of her relationship with Eddie and how she feels about him now.
The tracks from Sub-Stance were first officially released by Mau Mau Records in 1993 as the compilation album Vic There? The album was finally issued under its correct title in 2002 by LTM, with several B-sides and live tracks appended.
In February 2007, a reunited Department S (guitarist Herbage, drummer Mizon and former keyboardist Roxy, now on vocals) recorded their first new single in 26 years, a cover version of Alvin Stardust's 1973 hit "My Coo-Ca-Choo", with guest musicians Mark Bedford of Madness on bass, Terry Edwards on brass and Michelle Brigandage on backing vocals. Several other new tracks were recorded at that time, including "Wonderful Day" (which included guest contributions from Edwards, Glen Matlock and Marco Pirroni) and "God Squad Saviour" (with John Keeble of Spandau Ballet guesting on drums).
Earlier this summer, former 106 & Park host Rocsi Diaz was spotted frolicking around with serial dating funny-man Eddie Murphy, but avoided confirming whether or not the two were actually dating.
Guitarist/songwriter Sam Burnett (ex-Back to Zero) also joined on a full-time basis.
The "Wonderful Day" EP was released by Sartorial in August 2009.
In February 2010, the band made their live comeback at London's 100 Club, with more gigs undertaken throughout 2010, including appearances at the Rebellion Festival and Sinners Day Festival in Belgium.
The "God Squad Saviour" single was released in June 2011, followed by the album Mr Nutley's Strange Delusionarium (mainly consisting of remakes of older material) on 3 October, both issued by Sartorial.
The most compatible signs with Taurus are generally considered to be Cancer, Virgo, Capricorn, and Pisces.