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The act went against the group's 'boy band' image, and there was a media uproar, leading to questions being raised in the House of Commons. Coldwell and Hendy later reinstated Harvey and attempted a comeback in renaming the group E  and landed a record deal with Telstar Records after recording an album's worth of self-written material in their home studios.
Their first single as E was "Each Time," which reached No. But without Mortimer's songwriting influence, the group's initial success soon wavered, and after disappointing sales of the next single " Betcha Can't Wait " reaching number 12 in the charts, and their album Resurrection failing to make the UK Top The band were later dropped by their label in and subsequently split up.
In , Harvey launched himself as a solo artist in a collaboration with Wyclef Jean on the Top 20 single " Loving You ", but later returned to perform numerous gigs on the nostalgia circuit with Coldwell and Hendy. On the ITV1 docusoap Redcoats , the trio were shown performing at a gig that was held at Butlins in Bognor on a bill which also featured Keith Harris , whilst in , Harvey, Coldwell and Hendy performed a gig in Mongolia. In May , Harvey was seriously injured in a car accident, requiring surgery.
In mid-February , the group reformed, and played their first comeback concert on 30 May at the Shepherd's Bush Empire in London. A Channel 4 documentary, East The Reunion , which charted the group's rise and fall, along with their subsequent attempt to re-launch, was broadcast in May East 17 continued to perform as a three-member group without Mortimer. Since then, the group has performed in clubs around the UK as well as becoming regulars on the s themed Butlins Big Weekends.
A new single, "Fuck That" was due to be released in early  as well as a new album "Universalization", but both went unreleased. The group performed at the Glastonbury Festival on 25 June in the dance lounge.
Tony Mortimer returned to the group in Brian Harvey left soon after as his commitment was questioned by the rest of the group, as he had been missing rehearsals and cancelling gigs. On 28 September Dreelan left the group due to contractual obligations. On 27 November , they appeared as musical guests on X Factor Romania. Mortimer departed for the third time in Robbie Craig later joined East 17 in earlyFeatures Song Lyrics for East 17's Up All Night album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.