After returning to Greece, Iannis Kalifatidis, lead singer and guitarist of ITA, formed two short-lived band, first MASTERKEY and later LENIN'S MODEM, with which he recorded each one song.
The song performed by MASTERKEY is a cover version of Pink Floyd's Eclipse, which appeared on More Relics - A Tribute To Pink Floyd (Sysyphus Records, 2001, Germany, available on double LP and on CD).
The Unquiet Federation is the only ever recorded song by LENIN'S MODEM. The latter was originally released in 2002 on a CD compilation accompanying the Greek magazine Rock Jam. A year later, the song reappeared on the CD compilation Gew Gaw's Quadraphonic Snail (Nowhere Street Music, gg483).
After the band split, Iannis remained dormant until 2010, when he formed the band Penny Dreadful. The band's debut album Deadwood was released October 10th, 2013, both on vinyl (limited to 300 numbered copies) and on CD digisleeve through B Minor Records and the band's own label Lenin's Modem.