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Album Review

TNT follows up their excellent debut with the more commercially leaning Tell No Tales. Although the album's leadoff single, "10,000 Lovers," gave TNT some limited attention in commercial radio and on MTV, American audiences never really warmed up to the band's pristine Euro-metal. Underneath the slick, soulless-sounding production sheen and sometimes clichéd songwriting lies a very talented band that is hungry for mainstream acceptance.

Customer Reviews

A true classic...

I used to have this album. The guitar work on it still holds its own to this day.I saw this band at Red Rocks back in the day. I am going to add these songs to my ipod now!!! It brings back a lot memories.

Serious 80s rockin'!

This album is seriously an EXCELLENT album. Apart from their singles "Everyone's A Star" and "10,000 Lovers (In One)" (haha...remember that video with the hamburger joint!?!?), the others prove to stand the test of time. "Desperate Nights" is a personal favorite from this album. I always believed that TNT was underrated compared to the other 80s hair metal bands. The vocals - especially - stood out for me. This music is classic, and well put together! It's well worth your $9.99!!!

where is seven seas

the best tnt song seven seas is not here i will wait to they get it


Formed: 1982 in Trondheim, Norway

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With a level of musicianship higher than the average hair metal band, Norway's TNT offered a prog-tinged take on pop-metal due largely to the stunning vocal range of lead singer Tony Harnell and the guitar technique of Ronni Le Tekro. Originally consisting of vocalist Dag Ingebrigtsen (aka D.D. Dynamite), bassist Steiner Eikum, and drummer Morten "Diesel" Dahl, TNT formed in the Norwegian town of Trondheim in 1982, releasing an eponymous, Norway-only debut later that year with all lyrics in Norwegian....
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