This article is about the musical group. For the Belgian comics character, see The Adventures of Tintin.
Tin Tin was a pop/rock band formed in the UK in 1966 by expatriate Australian musicians.
The band was formed by Steve Groves and Steve Kipner, who named the band after the popular cartoon character Tintin. Through a friendship with Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees, who would later produce both of their singles and both of their albums, the duo was signed to a one-album contract with music producer Robert Stigwood's organization. Maurice produced their 1969 debut album and played on about half the tracks, which bore a marked resemblance to the tight harmonies of the Bee Gees.
Toast & Marmalade
The LP sold poorly until the dreamy ballad "Toast and Marmalade for Tea", with lead vocals by Kipner was belatedly released a single in the spring of 1971, hitting #20. The song featured These four lines of nursery rhyme lyrics are repeated five times over eerily disto