pc Quest (album)

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pc Quest
Studio album by pc Quest
Released July 9, 1991
Recorded 1990-1991
Genre Pop music Rock music
Label Headliner Records/RCA Records 61004-2
Producer George Tobin in association with Mike Piccirillo & John Duarte
pc Quest chronology
pc Quest
(1991)
Directions
(1992)
Professional ratings
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Allmusic 3/5 stars link

pc Quest is the 1991 self-titled first album by the group pc Quest. The album contains two Billboard Hot 100 hit singles ("After the Summer's Gone"(#41) and "Can I Call You My Girl"(#58)). Most of the songs were written by one or both of the songwriting team Tim James and Steven McClintock (best known for their work with 1980s pop singer Tiffany).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "After The Summer's Gone" - 4:04 (Tim James, Mike Piccirillo)
  2. "Don't Be Afraid" - 3:53 (Steven McClintock, Tim James, John Duarte)
  3. "Can I Call You My Girl?" - 3:56 (Steven McClintock, Tim James, John Duarte, Monty Brinkley)
  4. "Show Me" - 3:33 (Mike Piccirillo, Tim James)
  5. "The Hardest Part (Is Being Young)" - 4:07 (Steven McClintock, Tim James, John Duarte)
  6. "I'm Still Cold" - 3:46 (Tim James, Eric Winer, Mike Piccirillo)
  7. "Just Forget About 'Em" - 5:07 (Monty Brinkley)
  8. "Can't You See?" - 3:53 (Steven McClintock, Tim James, John Duarte, Monty Brinkley)
  9. "Loverboy" - 3:14 (Drew Nichols, Steve Petree, Mike Piccirillo)
  10. "Ready, Aim, Dance!" - 4:04 (Steven McClintock, Tim James, John Duarte)

Singles[edit]

  • "After the Summer's Gone" (Geffen/Warner Bros 19656 and RCA 62051 & RDAB62075)- Debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 August 17, 1991. Top 40 CHR and Top 40 R&B. #41 Hot 100. Single #RDAB62075 contained four different mixes of the song.

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