T. rex (disambiguation)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(Redirected from T. Rex)

Tyrannosaurus rex is a species of dinosaur.

T. Rex or T-Rex may also refer to:


Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]


Groups and labels[edit]

  • T. Rex (band), a 1970s glam rock band (previously Tyrannosaurus Rex. a 1960s psychedelic folk duo) headed by Marc Bolan
  • Mickey Finn's T-Rex, a tribute band to the 1970s glam rock band, formed by members of the original band
  • X-T. Rex, formerly Bill Legend's T.Rex, another tribute band to the 1970s glam rock band, formed by Bill Legend, another member of the original band
  • T.Rex Wax Company, record label owned by Marc Bolan which released his band's recordings from 1972 onwards

Other uses in music[edit]

  • T. Rex (album), a 1970 studio album by the 1970s band
  • "T-Rex [Jurassic Park]", a song by Basshunter from The Old Shit album

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Brands and enterprises[edit]

  • .577 T-Rex, .577 Tyrannosaur, a very large and powerful rifle cartridge developed for "stopping rifles" intended to stop the charge of dangerous game
  • T-Rex Engineering, a guitar effect pedal manufacturer

Sports teams[edit]


  • Bremach T-Rex, a multi-purpose truck manufactured in Italy
  • Campagna T-Rex, a two-seat, three-wheeled vehicle manufactured in Canada
  • Dodge T-Rex, a 6x6 concept vehicle
  • T-Rex, a Ukrainian main battle tank in development

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]