SSQ

Profile:
Short-lived 1980s California synth-pop project that came after Q (16) and prior to Stacey Q's and Jon St. James' solo careers. Members worked in various arrangements both before and after SSQ's existence. Other than the "Boomerang" album period, Jon St. James was always a key part of Stacey Q's solo releases. In 2020 they reappeared as SSQ with a new album.

In a radio interview on September 22, 2006, Swain revealed that the idea for the name SSQ actually came from Jon St. James. She said that he was fishing in a lake "no bigger than a bathtub" and made a joke that the boat was the "S.S. Q," a reference to his and Stacey's current band, Q.
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Albums

SSQ - Playback album art SSQ Playback (Album) Enigma Records (3) US 1983 Sell This Version
none SSQ - Jet Town Je t'aime album art SSQ Jet Town Je t'aime(12xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Synthicide none US 2020

Singles & EPs

SSQ - Synthicide album art SSQ Synthicide (Single) EMI America, Enigma Records (3) Canada 1983 Sell This Version
SSQ - Big Electronic Beat album art SSQ Big Electronic Beat (Single) Enigma Records (3) US 1983 Sell This Version
VIPX-1833 SSQ - Tonight (We'll Make Love Until We Die) / Trash's Theme album art SSQ Tonight (We'll Make Love Until We Die) / Trash's Theme(7", Single) Victor VIPX-1833 Japan 1986 Sell This Version