|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Tina, The Disco Queen||2||Audio||1977||T.K. Disco|
|2||Tina, The Disco Queen||2||Audio||1977||T.K. Disco|
|3||Last Night I Dreamed / So Fine||2||Audio||1959||Old Town Records|
|4||So Fine||2||Audio||1974||Vigor Records|
|5||Ain't She Sweet / I Gotta Have Your Lovin'||2||Audio||1965||Old Town Records|
|6||The Railroad Song / Broken Heart||2||Audio||1961||Old Town Records|
|7||So Fine||2||Audio||1974||Vigor Records|
|8||I Feel Good All Over / Look At That Girl||2||Audio||1962||Old Town Records|
|9||So Fine / Last Night I Dreamed||2||Audio||1959||Old Town Records|
|10||All That's Good / Rock-A-By-Baby||2||Audio||1964||Old Town Records|
|11||I Feel Good All Over / Look At That Girl||2||Audio||1962||Old Town Records|
|12||Ain't She Sweet / I Gotta Have Your Lovin'||2||Audio||1965||Old Town Records|
|13||So Fine / We Belong Together||2||Audio||Atlantic|
|14||So Fine / Broken Heart||2||Audio||Cotillion|
|15||La Grande Storia Del Rock 90||11||Audio||Curcio|
|16||So Fine / Last Night I Dreamed||2||Audio||Collectables|
|18||Oh So Fine||29||Audio||1993||Ace|
|19||Tina, The Disco Queen||2||Audio||1977|
|20||The Railroad Song / Broken Heart||2||Audio||1961||Old Town Records|
|21||Think Smart||4||Audio||1965||Old Town Records|
Soul group from Newark, New Jersey, U.S.
They formed in 1958 with Tommy Bullock (lead vocals), Eddie Morris (first tenor), Sam Ingalls (baritone vocals) and Preston Lane (bass vocals).
They were signed at [l=Old Town Records] by [a=Hy Weiss], Their biggest hit is "So Fine" that charted in 1959, a song credited to [a=Jim Gribble]. Their was a lawsuit from [a=Johnny Otis]' lawyer that claimed the copyright of the song, recorded in 1955 by The Sheiks (released at Federal), a group that included [a=Jesse Belvin], which sometimes is credited for writing the song. [a=Johnny Otis]' side won the case, so [a=Hy Weiss] had to pay a big amount of money for this.
Between 1960 and 1962 there were several changes in the group's line up with [a=Bobby Moore (4)] (1960), [a=Randall Stewart] (1961), some of the recruited members of the group.
The group parted company with [l=Old Town Records] in 1965. [a=Tommy Bullock] left the group in 1962 for some solo singles and his collaboration with [a=Cleveland Horne] as the duo [a=Tommy & Cleve] in 1966. The group released their last single in 1978.