TIM were an 'almost super-group', at least with the benefit on hindsight they sure are. Not so much at the time of writing and recording this album in 1983. Regrettably, TIM members were so busy individually with sessions, and family commitments, that the band never made any more music together.
TIM is: Thom Griffin (Vocals, Guitar), Bruce Gaitsch (Guitars), Bob Lizik (Bass), Terry Tossing Esq: (Keyboards), Tom Radtke and Jim Hines (Drums).
Together they made an unreleased masterpiece. An album so good it would have challenged the other rock albums of 1983 for their dominance. Thom Griffin comments: “TIM was comprised entirely of session players from Chicago. We were consciously trying to be commercially viable. Bruce had a condo in downtown Chicago where we would meet between sessions to write. I believe we flushed out our ideas on a Fostex 4 track porta-studio.” Bruce Gaitsch claiming: “We were trying so hard to be Chicago's Toto!”