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Tom Cullinan (vocals/guitar) formed this London, England-based band, originally titled Quickspace Supersport, in 1994 after the collapse of his former outfit, the much-lauded Faith Healers. Quickspace Supersport were derailed when guitarist Wendy Harper, drummer Max Corradi, and keyboard player Barry Stilwell walked out over disagreements regarding with whom they should sign, having already released a single on the Love Train label and the Superplus EP on Domino Records. Despite major label interest, Cullinan had unilaterally decided to continue to issue the bands records on his own Kitty Kitty label. The break-up came on the eve of a London showcase alongside the Grifters. Bass player Sean Newsham decided to stay on, and together with Cullinan he recruited Nina Pascale (guitar), Paul Shilton (keyboards) and Chin (drums), and shortened the bands name to Quickspace. The band then set about establishing its reputation with a series of 7-inch singles...