Tuesday, May 15, 2007

TT Quick - TT Quick (1984)

New Jersey's TT Quick broke thru the metal underground in 1984, upon the release of their self-titled EP. Demonstrating arresting chops, vocal prowess and solid writing, the band were quick to land a major label deal with Island Records just two years later. In that time, drummer Glen Evans bailed ship and joined Nuclear Assault. Though its unlikely the lineup shift had much to do with the band's writing, subsequent albums just never seemed to meet the promise of that first EP. This album is AMAZING and I highly recommend any old-schoolers to download, play it loud and tell all of your friends. This is an album that deserves to be heard.

6 comments:

Berry, tanner, lunchbox said...

I just wanted to stop by and thank you for all the work you're putting in here. TT Quick was a band that my uncle and I have been looking for in store and on various internet sales sites with no avail. Music like this is what keeps going every day so thanks for the post. Even though I'm a month late.

Ronnie (aka J) said...

The pleasure is all mine, good sir. Hope you enjoy! TT Quick deserves to be heard & I'm glad I could help get them to you :)

ogmonster said...

Yeah this is a great EP. I got this when it came out and enjoy it big time. They were a cool band live too.

I just found your blog and what a fine assortment of albums your have here. THANKS for all the hard work.

Andreas Siegrist said...

Just fell over your blog after (another) intensive search for TT Quick. I had this on Vinyl along time ago. Sadly I was forced to sell my Collection. This is one of the last Items that was never re-issued on CD. So thank you for that. For me it was always a Mistery why these Tracks were not included on their Debut Album as Bonustracks? Anyway, Greetings from Switzerland. Rock On! Andy.

Phemia said...

Great work.

urban_vibe said...

thx fur this rare post bro!!! u rules!!