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The rise of power trio T2 in 1970 was rapid: important open-air festivals; headlining residencies at the Marquee Club; appearances at virtually every major venue in London. Although they only made one album T2 created this genuine masterpiece before they split up shortly after the albums release. Led by gifted teenage guitarist Keith Cross and featuring drummer Peter Dunton (ex Gun) and Bernard Jinks (ex Bulldog Breed) this great record is up there with Caravan's 3rd album, King Crimson's 1st and Fantasy's 2nd as a UK '70's progressive psych monster. Based around the killer guitar work of Cross, the album features tight vocal harmonies, sweeping orchestration, and powerful complex arrangements. The epic "No More White Horses" is certainly the pinnacle of the record but there is not really a duff track on it. An album to explore over and over again and original vinyl copies of this are worth a fortune.