The follow up to T.Rex and second album since shortening the name of the band, Electric Warrior pushed Marc Bolan to full glam-rock super-stardom in the UK. It also broke the band in the US though never to quite the same degree. Again produced by Tony Visconti, who was also achieving great success with David Bowie, at sessions in New York, Los Angeles and London in the spring of 1971, the album topped the UK chart for 8 weeks in two spells and featured two big hit singles: Get It On became their second number 1 of the year and Jeepster peaked at number 2. Marc Bolan and percussionist Mickey Finn were joined by Bill Legend on drums and Steve Curry on guitar to give a fuller sound. Rick Wakeman provided keyboards on Get It On.