With the release of their third album Scandinavians T.N.T. became definitely one of the greatest and best-selling bands of the mid-eighties ‘Hair-Metal’ era in Europe. The competition world-wide was great. Britain had Def Leppard with their ‘Pop-Metal’, The U.S.A. had the ‘Kindergarten Metal’ from Los Angeles’ Poison and from both, the West and East coast the ‘Hair-Metal’ from girl-favorites Bon Jovi of course the ‘Glam-Kings’ Motley Crue. Europe had the melodic ‘Euro-Glam-Metal’ from Norwegians T.N.T. with Ronni Le Tekrø and Tony Harnell gaining a reputation as a talented duo. Their third album ‘Tell No Tales’ features both “10,000 Lovers” as well as “Everyone’s A Star” which had heavy rotation on MTV.