Following the breakup of the Primitives Paul formed "Starpower," which released two singles (see the discography page) before changing names to "Hedy," a name that comes from the title of a film for which Lou Reed wrote music.
Tracy contributed vocals to the second Starpower single, Drifter, and to the B-side of the single, a cover of Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood's "Some Velvet Morning" (recorded while the Primitives were still active and released anonymously as a white label promo in 1993). In 1998 Tracey sang on the Indica single from trance group Pink Bomb, and in 2002 she contributed vocals to the "Seahorse" track by Slacker's Delight on the Softly EP.
The Primitives reformed in 2009, roaring back into active touring and recording, and sounding as good as ever.
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