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T2

T2 were a British progressive rock band, best known for their 1970 album, It'll All Work Out in Boomland. It is generally regarded as anexcellent album.T2 evolved from an earlier band, Neon Pearl, which was led by their drummer, Pete Dunton. Dunton was by 1968 a member of Please, whichalso included fellow Neon Pearl member Bernard Jinks. When that band broke up in 1969, due to Dunton's joining Gun alongside AdrianGurvitz, Jinks became a member of Bulldog Breed.T2 then formed when Dunton reunited with bassist Jinks, and late period Bulldog Breed guitarist, Keith Cross (born in 1952). The trio p ...read more

T2 were a British progressive rock band, best known for their 1970 album, It'll All Work Out in Boomland. It is generally regarded as anexcellent album.T2 evolved from an earlier band, Neon Pearl, which was led by their drummer, Pete Dunton. Dunton was by 1968 a member of Please, whichalso included fellow Neon Pearl member Bernard Jinks. When that band broke up in 1969, due to Dunton's joining Gun alongside AdrianGurvitz, Jinks became a member of Bulldog Breed.T2 then formed when Dunton reunited with bassist Jinks, and late period Bulldog Breed guitarist, Keith Cross (born in 1952). The trio playeda form of psychedelic or proto-prog rock, which was similar in content to that played by the earlier bands its members had been in.. T2 wereformed and managed by John Morphew, who had previously managed Bulldog Breed, he financed the formation and successfully signed themto Decca for the then enormous sum of £10,000 in advance royalties and steered their path to what should have been a successful career.However, internal strife caused Morphew to give up on the band and leave them to their own devices.Recording It'll All Work Out In Boomland, the trio played a series of successful dates and returned to the studio to begin work on theirfollow-up. In 1972, while recording material for their second album, T2 disbanded due to internal conflict. The breakup caused theunfinished album to be shelved until the early 1990s, when redistribution of It'll All Work Out In Boomland sparked a brief T2 reunion,although without Keith Cross.The band now consisted of Dunton, Jinks and Moore. T2 released Second Bite (1992), Waiting For The Band (1993) and On The Frontline(1994). By the time Waiting For The Band was released, Jinks had left the group and Moore had shifted to bass to accommodate their newguitarist, Ray Lee. The reformation of T2 did provide the chance for the band to complete the unfinished tracks from their original follow-upto It'll All Work Out In Boomland. Released in 1997 and titled Fantasy (it is also known simply as T2), this album is a companion to It'll AllWork Out In Boomland, and is notable as most of the songs were written by the original line-up. « hide

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Fantasy
1997

3.3
2 Votes
It'll All Work Out in Boomland
1970

4.1
44 Votes

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