|Miles Hunt||Voice, Guitar, Harmonica, and Lyrics||Founding Member|
|Malc Treece||Guitar and Voice||Founding Member|
|Mark McCarthy||Bass Guitar||Joined at Rubbish Island|
|Andres Karu||Drums, Percussions, and Keyboards||Joined at Suspended by Stars|
|Erica Nockalls||Violin||Joined at Suspended by Stars|
|Martin Bell||Fiddle, Accordion, Mandolin, Guitar, Sitar, Keyboards||Joined at Hup, Departed prior to Rubbish Island|
|Paul Clifford||Bass Guitar||Joined at Never Loved Elvis, Departed prior to Rubbish Island|
|Martin Gilks||Drums and Percussion||Founding Member, Departed prior to Rubbish Island, Passed Away 3 April, 2006|
|Rob Jones||Bass Guitar||Founding Member, Departed prior to Never Loved Elvis, Passed Away 31 July, 1993|
Miles Hunt joined MTV Europe as host of 120 Minutes shortly after the breakup of the band in 1994. Once MTVness had driven him nuts, he broke free and formed "Vent", which was later changed to "Vent 414" after a lawsuit threat from the weenie American band of the same name. Vent 414 released two singles and an album before dissolving in the Summer of 1997.
Shortly after the breakup of Vent 414, Miles began working again with Malc Treece. About a year later, with an album's worth of material and itchy feet, Miles and Malc toured the U.S. during the summer of 1998. Having enjoyed it immensely, they returned for a more extensive tour of the U.S. and U.K. in the fall.
In April 1999, Miles released his first solo album "Hairy on the Inside". The release was accompanied by a tour of the U.S. and Canada with Gigolo Aunts guitarist Phil Hurley. He is now working his second solo album.
Miles reunited with Malc, Martin, and Fiddly in late 2000 for a series of sold-out Wonder Stuff reunion shows, which continued for several years, until Miles and Malc reformed the band with several new members.
Malc Treece, Martin Gilks, and Paul Clifford had teamed up with Ange Doolittle, the former singer for "Eat" to form "We Know Where You Live" in April 1995. Martin soon left to manage a record label, and Paul quit in late 1996. With Paul's departure, WKWYL faded away. Malc toured with with Miles 1998, and both Malc and Martin joined in the reunion performances (see above).
In the late 90's, Paul Clifford was found managing the band Spillage and writing for the UK magazine "The Band" David Smith described Spillage for us: "imagine Debbie Harry singing for The Buzzcocks, but perhaps a little poppier.
Martin Gilks moved into management after the breakup of WKWYL, and took on the management of the bands Cable and Reef.
Martin reunited with Miles, Malc, and Fiddly in late 2000 for a series of sold-out Wonder Stuff reunion shows. He passed away in 2006 after a motocycle accident.
Martin Bell did a tour of duty as a roadie for The Cure, and has been working as a mobile tech support engineer for recording studio computer systems. His latest credit includes providing some violin on the Spirit of the West album "Weights and Measures". He also appeared as backing support on Miles Hunt's first solo album "Hairy on the Inside".
Martin reunited with Miles, Malc, and Martin, in late 2000 for a series of sold-out Wonder Stuff reunion shows.
Russ Hunt used to have a day job at BHX, but He's recently moved on the greater things.
Les Johnson moved on to managing a band called Manbreak, who have released a single called "Ready or Not", which did well in the U.S.
Sean "Swag" Martin (Tour Manager) found himself in America managing for (I think) Social Distortion.
Martin "Old Bill" Bunn(Monitor Engineer) is now the in-house sound tech at JB's Club in Dudley England.
Martin "Mr." Smith (Guitar Tech) spent 2 years on a never ending tour with Shed Seven and then moved on to another never ending tour with SilverSun.
Adam Bookers whereabouts are currently unknown.