Triple Threat – We Ain’t Here To Dance [1992]

Country USA          

Style Hard Rock

Rating 86/100

Band Members Ken Stewart – Lead vocals, Tim Cousino – Lead guitars, Sam Bost – Bass,guitars, Scott Marion – Drums

Tracks 01. Broken Heart, 02. I Don’t Mind, 03. Break Free, 04. Think Twice, 05. Rebel Soul, 06. Red Hot Lover, 07. Urban Warrior, 08. Out of Time, 09. One Time Lover, 10. True To Life, 11. Desperate, 12. Over the Edge, 13. Thoughts of You

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Profile Mega rare melodic hard rock band from Novi, Michigan, with one album released in 1992 on Sinister Records. The album is killer with an awesome vocalist Kenny Stewart and a guitar hero in the name of Tim Cousino.

They played quite a bit at the Token, Studio Lounge, The Ritz, I-Rock, The RiverFront (Monroe), Roxannes (Toledo) to name a few. In 1992, they put out a 13 song original compilation called “We Ain’t Here to Dance” and were voted one of the top up and coming bands by WRIF. They also made it to the semi-finals of the Ted Nugent Best Band Contest that year. Later that year at Roxannes, they won their battle of bands edging out a band called “Something Wild”.

For fans of bands like Roxy Blue, Tora Tora, Lynch Mob and Danger Danger and if this band had got signed they would have been huge.



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  1. Timothy Cousino says:

    I am the guitarist for this group and I am still currently playing with “Paper Planes” group out of Toledo Ohio. We were thinking of reuniting ,however bass player Sam Bost has tragically passed away from a massive heart attack 2 years ago. He is sadly missed by all and was a major part of “Triple Threat”. Drummer Scott Marion is residing in Boston MA and is currently performing with local bands in the area. You are correct in saying this band would have been huge and had everything layed out for them. Due to family issues within the group they chose not to sign with the majors mainly because of the traveling issues. I decided to leave at that point getting offers from various other companies . I wanted to travel and live the life of a rock star ,which I have done and still continue to do. I still wish things could have been different,however it opened many other opportunities for my career in music . Keep on rockin! Timothy “Osh” Cousino ,RIP Sam!

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  2. Primo says:

    Hello Timothy,
    I have a small records-label specialized in Hard Rock reissues from the golden era (the 80s and 90s!). I would be really interested in reissuing your great album and spread your name around.
    If you’re interested please contact me at:
    Keep on rockin!


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