Too Much Texas

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Too Much Texas
Origin Abingdon, England
Genres Rock
Indie
Years active 1985–2006
Labels Ugly Man & Newmemorabilia Records
Website www.toomuchtexas.co.uk
Past members Tom Hingley
Raymond Breckon
Gordon MacKay

Too Much Texas were a band from Abingdon, Oxfordshire, formed in the mid-eighties, and soon relocating to Oldham, Greater Manchester. They released one single on Ugly Man Records. Too Much Texas supported New Order, The House of Love and The Beloved, they released a retrospective record called Juvenilia on Newmemorabilia Records in 2006. Singer Tom Hingley went on to join Inspiral Carpets and now fronts Tom Hingley and the Lovers.

Band members[edit]

  • Tom Hingley - vocals, guitar
  • Raymond Breckon - bass
  • Gordon MacKay - lead guitar

Discography[edit]

  • Fixed Link - (Flexi disk), 1986
  • Hurry On Down - (Vinyl, 12"), 1988
  • Juvenilia - (CD), 2006

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