|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|4||Big Electronic Beat||3||Audio||1983||Enigma Records (3)|
|5||Big Electronic Beat / Fire||2||Audio||1983|
|8||Playback||8||Audio||1983||Enigma Records (3)|
|10||Playback||10||Audio||1983||Enigma Records (3)|
Short-lived 1980s California synth-pop project that came after [a=Q (16)] and prior to [a=Stacey Q]'s and [a=Jon St. James]' solo careers. Members worked in various arrangements both before and after SSQ's existence.
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.