Two further singles followed on Stiff Records but a planned album was aborted when neither single charted. Toulouse returned to work as a disc jockey, before re-emerging with Main T on Paul Weller’s Respond label. When two further singles flopped it proved to be the end of his performing career, with the exception of contributions to Weller’s Council Collective offshoot on ‘Soul Deep’, a miners’ strike benefit. He was also linked with the Style Council as one of the personalities behind the ‘Cappacino Kid’, whose writing graced the band’s sleeves. Toulouse died in August 1991 after a long illness brought on by AIDS. Of the remainder of the band, Lordan and Taylor were most recently accounted for as being a postman and cab driver, respectively.