The Time Frequency

The Time Frequency

The Time Frequency

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The Time Frequency (TTF) are a techno group from Scotland.

Founded by Jon Campbell and Steve Nelson in 1988 as Thru The Fire, a synthpop band, before renaming themselves The Time Frequency, they were one of Scotland's first techno groups. Campbell and Nelson were assisted on stage by fellow keyboard players Paul Inglis and Colin McNeil, and later Kyle Ramsay, and lead by vocalist Mary Kiani, later replaced by Jo Wilson, and more recently Debbie Millar. The Time Frequency played gigs at Scotland's top venues like Barrowlands and Rezerection. They had chart success with a number of hit singles amongst which the biggest were "The Ultimate High", "New Emotion" and "Real Love" (the latter of which, after a remix reached number 8 in the UK Singles Chart.

Because Jive Records would not pay session singer Mary Kiani enough money to be a full-time member of the act, she had to leave the group and was replaced with Debbie Millar, a 25 year old singer from Bournemouth.

A best of album was released on 7 May 2007, titled TTF – The Ultimate Collection. They released the follow-up to their 1994 album Dominator, in 2008.



  • 1994 Dominator #23 UK
  • 2007 TTF – The Ultimate Collection
  • 2008 Dominator 2


  • 1990 "Futurama" EP
  • 1992 "Real Love" #60 UK
  • 1992 "New......
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