|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|1||Don't Let My Love (Push You Away) 4||audio||iTunes||1990||Oak Lawn Records|
|2||Let Me Go 4||audio||iTunes||1992||Columbia|
|5||Let Me Go 3||audio||iTunes||1992||Columbia|
|6||Don't Let My Love (Push You Away) 4||audio||iTunes||1990||Oak Lawn Records|
|7||Let Me Go 4||audio||iTunes||1992||Columbia|
|8||Voltage! 17||audio||iTunes||2011-10-31||A Different Drum|
Components : Jay Gillian, Will Loconto, David Sebrind, Eric Holt, Delon Muller Originally a Dallas area duo, with members Jay Gillian and Jimron Goff. Vocalist Will Loconto replaced Goff in 1989. The band released a cassette EP, Hot on Top, to local acclaim and airplay on local station The Edge 94.5, which also included a version of the song "Ecstasy" on the first Tales From the Edge compilation. [l7883] picked up the band for a 12" single edition of "Don't Let My Love (Push You Away)", which did well enough to attract the attention of [l1866] Records, who signed the group. [l1866] sent them into the studio with Information Society's Paul Robb handling production duties, releasing Intruder in 1992. Loconto quit the band in 1993, setting out to work with [a11287], leaving Gillian to bring in other players for tours with [a11287] and [a63595]. T42 faded into the background after 1993, with two songs appearing on compilations, and only a handful of Dallas-area live gigs since. The band has no affiliation with the Luxembourg-based band of the same name.