On his official debut solo album, The MANual, singer Quinnes "Q." Parker seems determined to prove that he can carry a full album by himself and without the aid of the other three members of the group he shot to fame with in the '90s, 112. And for the most part, he succeeds. On The MANual, which will be released in the U.S. Oct. 30, 2012, Q. shows that he has a full, rich voice that doesn't need three other vocalists to help carry the weight of a full album. That said, although his voice is a little more distinctive than the average vocalist, this is a release that does little to distinguish itself from all the other contemporary R&B/Soul releases out there now that revolve around love, sex and relationships. Although this is just his first full album as a solo artist, Q. Parker has already laid the groundwork for success by releasing a steady stream of radio-friendly singles over the past several months, plus dropping a couple of well-received mixtapes. And judged on the body of his work thus far, it sounds like Q. could be the most likely member of 112 for craft a successful solo career for himself. For more, click the link to check out the full review of Q. Parker's The MANual.