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Supersister

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One of Holland's finest groups, Supersister's original music had much in common with the earliest Soft Machine albums.

Founded: 1967

Location: Den Haag, Netherlands

Website: SUPERSISTER

T.2.

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Prog trio featuring guitarist Keith Cross, bassist Bernard Jinks and drummer Peter Dunton released one much hearlded album for Deram in 1970, but broke up due to internal strife. Members were previously in Bulldog Breed, and later Cross & Ross. Second record was shelved but completed and released decades later, now titled Fantasy.

Founded: 1970

Location: England

Tangent, The

Formed by ex-Parallel or 90 Degrees men Andy Tillison and Guy Manning, The Tangent has featured many lineups, mostly with members of the Swedish bands Flower Kings and Beardfish.

Founded: 2003

Location: Otley, West Yorkshire

Website: The Tangent.org

Tempest

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Jon Hiseman's post-Colosseum rock band featured Allan Holdsworth and then Ollie Halsall on guitar.

Founded: 1972

Location: London, England

The Tangent, Le Sacre Du Travail

Andy Tillison has announced the full lineup of the new Tangent project, Le Sacre Du Travail, which will be released later in the year on InsideOut Music. Quite a cast of musicians!
Andy Tillison (Po90 & Big Big Train collaborator) - Vocals, Electronic Guitars & Keyboards
Theo Travis (Steve Wilson Band, Soft Machine, Gong) - Saxes, Flutes & Clarinet
Jakko Jakszyk (King Crimson Projekt, Level 42, Kompendium etc) - Lead Guitar & Vocals
David Longdon (Big Big Train) Vocal Arrangements and Vocals
Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree, Stickmen, King Crimson) - Drums

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Trace

Rick Van Der Linden's ex-Ekseption group.

Founded: 1974

Location: Utrecht, Netherlands

Transatlantic

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The Prog supergroup of the modern era, combining the talents of Mike Portnoy (Dream Theatre), Roine Stolt (Flower Kings), Neil Morse (Spock's Beard) and Pete Trewavas (Marillion).

Founded: 2001

Website: Transatlantic - The Official Site

Triumvirat

The German ELP?

Founded: 1969

Location: Cologne, Germany

Website: Triumvirat - Official Homepage

U.K.

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From the remains of King Crimson, a latter-day supergroup. Bill Bruford and Allan Holdsworth left after one album, while Eddie Jobson and John Wetton stick together for another. From there, however, it was on to Asia.

Founded: 1976

Location: London, England

Unifaun

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Named after the portmanteau in Genesis' "Dancing in the Moonlight Knight, Unifaun began as "musical time travelling" between multi-instrumentalist Nad Sylvan and keyboardist Bonamici (Christian Thordin) to "write the songs Genesis never did". On every level, they succeded.

Founded: 2003

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Website: Unifaun - Genesis soundscape project 2003-2008, formerly known as Sylvan & Bonamici