Much like the Trammps and Increase Exposure, Minute of Truth was a fantastic but small known East Coastline quartet that mixed Philadelphia soul with Philadelphia disco. The male vocal group (which contains Norris Harris, Ivery “Caprice” Bell, Michael Garrison, and Billy Jones) was regularly conscious of disco’s spirit root base and owed a solid debt to traditional Philly soulsters just like the Intruders and Harold Melvin & the Blue Records. Produced in the 1970s, Minute of Truth documented its self-titled debut record for Salsoul in 1977. Although outstanding, the record was disregarded by radio and wasn’t a huge seller at all. However, the one “Helplessly” became a club hit. Minute of Truth split up without ever documenting a second record, and its record was away from print for quite some time. But fortunately Salsoul reissued Minute of Truth on Compact disc in 1993.