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James

After having left the band, he continued working in the music world at the Camden studios, producing and writing with artists including Aret, Jud Mahony and others.
In 2004 he worked as a commercial property surveyor in Berkshire.
In 2005 he obtained a master's degree in "Real Estate" at the University of Reading.
In 2006 he worked as a surveyor for a property firm on Oxford Street, London.
Then he started writing music again and he has recently composed some new songs (he promises he will let us listen to them on his MySpace - James Hearn). For the time being, you can listen to his new song "Alleluja".





Jon, Michael e Nick

Jon, Michael and Nick. When the band split up, they went on playing music and they founded a new group, Ryder, with a new singer, Ryan Molloy. Yet the new group was short-lived and was not as successful as they hoped for.

But above all they opened a record label named Goldust Productions.

Goldust Productions works with some of the top artists, bands and writers in the music industry. They have worked with artists as diverse as Bryan Adams, Natasha Bedingfield, Kylie Minogue, Lucie Silvas, Gareth Gates, Liberty X and Run DMC.

In addition, Goldust are fast establishing themselves as one of the top film and TV music writing/production teams in the UK, with an impressive list of successes including soundtracks on movies such as "Bobby" (featuring an all star cast), "'Modigliani" (Andy Garcia), animated box office hit "The Magic Roundabout" and the forthcoming Michelle Pfeiffer movie "I Could Never Be Your Woman". Their most recent work has been on the Hollywood movie "Awake" starring Jessica Alba and Hayden Christensen.

Other recent TV and multimedia work includes Ch4's "Master and Slave", Discovery's "Chop Shop", E4's "School Of Performing Arts", Sky Sports' "Rally Fever" as well as various high profile advertising campaigns. Goldust have also provided the music for several big selling computer games, including EA Sports' "Fifa Street 2" and "Arena Football".

The Goldust trio operate out of their own recording complex in West London, UK.

For a certain period of time, Nick participated in Formula4 competitions, while now he continues working with the other two guys in the music world.