|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Rob & Fab||11||Audio||1993-03-29|
Around 1997, however, Frank Farian contacted Rob & Fab, offering to produce a comeback album under the Milli Vanilli name but featuring their real voices. Farian paid to send Rob through rehab repeatedly, and also got the duo additional professional vocal training. Meanwhile, VH1 premiered the show Behind the Music. The first episode was all about Milli Vanilli. Even better, it got huge ratings and included a mention of the upcoming album. Things were looking up, the album was recorded, and the promotional tour was about to begin. Then, in April of 1998, before the tour could start, Rob was found dead of a drug overdose in his hotel room. The album's release was canceled.
Fab is still alive today, with a low-profile career as a solo artist. He is currently working on a new album, and also consulting on a long-planned movie about Milli Vanilli's history. John Davis also continues to perform, having released a new album earlier this year. Jodie Rocco is now a nightclub reviewer and radio host living in Las Vegas. Her sister, Linda, is living in Germany where she continues to perform in vocal ensembles.
The former faces of [a=Milli Vanilli], who were disgraced when it was revealed that they did not sing a note or write a lyric on any [a=Milli Vanilli] release. As 'Rob & Fab', they released a new, unsuccessful album in an attempt to prove to the world that they did indeed possess vocal and writing talent. The album was only released in the US.
On his side, producer [a=Frank Farian] went on to promote [a=Real Milli Vanilli, The].