Travel, She Said shaped in the mid-’80s. Keyboardist Tag Mangold began in Valhalla and graduated to American Tears which finally became Contact. Mangold reworked the Contact track “NOT Know What Like Is” over the inaugural Get, She Said record. Previously unidentified performing strummer Al Fritsch became Mangold’s partner, as helping amigos Aldo Nova and Bob Kulick arrived for the trip. The album fulfilled with little achievement in the us, but overseas product sales led the 3rd party label Music for Countries to indication the duo. Mangold have been unsatisfied with CBS for a long time anyway, so Travel, She Said released the heavier follow-up Drivin’ Steering wheel to the international market. The set toured the U.K. and is constantly on the record, wedding caterers to a cult viewers.