"Tell No Tales" is the third studio album by the Norwegian hard rock band TNT. It was the best selling TNT album in the US, according to their bass guitarist Morty Black. This album diverted from the power metal style of "Knights of the New Thunder" into a more glam metal direction.
"A Farewell to Arms" is the third album with the new singer, is the twelfth studio album by the Norwegian hard rock band TNT, released on 15 December 2010 in Japan. The album is in stark contrast to the previous two TNT albums, being a very 1980s-melodic rock-oriented album. The band returned to a heavier and straighter sound that is in the vein of previous classics like “Tell No Tales” or “My Religion”.
"Knights Of The New Thunder" is the second studio album by the Norwegian heavy metal band TNT. It was the first TNT album recorded with their new vocalist Tony Harnell, who had replaced their original singer Dag Ingebrigtsen. 'Knights Of The New Thunder' did really well in Scandinavia in 1984, so much so that Polygram USA would enhance their deal to a worldwide one, and deservedly so too. The Scandi and USA issues of this album contained different track listings. To this day, this album still bristles with unbridled energy, with Le Tekro's guitar style setting the scene for many a copycat over the next twenty years.
Celebrating 30 years as a band, Norway’s TNT pulled out all the stops on this live anniversary concert. Bringing out the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, special guests like Dee Snider, and all three vocalists from the early years with Dag Ingebrigsten to the height of popularity with Tony Harnell and the latter days of Tony Mills, these 19 tracks encompass the wide discography of this Melodic Hard Rock band. I’ll admit a strong affinity in the 1980’s for this band- especially the period from 1984-1989 when the band would release a series of strong albums, “Knights of the New Thunder”, “Tell No Tales”, and “Intuition”.
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With the release of "A Farewell To Arms", their third album with the current lineup, TNT returns to their roots. The music is more hard edged than on the last few albums, and the truth is you'll have to go all the way back to 1984's "Knights Of The New Thunder" to find the band so heavy.
TNT is, in essence, a pop-metal group. That said, the band mops up the floor with most of their clueless contemporaries; with hyper-refined Euro-metal precision, TNT punctuates their tunes with loads of instrumental details, arrangement twists and turns, and a well-developed sense of melody. On Intuition, TNT delivers tightly wound pop-metal and grandiose power balladry, all of which is filtered through a decidedly European sense of sweeping romance and bombast. It all undoubtedly sounds dated and a bit soulless, but this is a strong effort from the band, nonetheless. Check out "Caught Between the Tigers" for a characteristically killer guitar riff from guitarist Ronnie Le Tekro. ~ Andy Hinds