Ask people who were aroud the Boston scene of the early 90's what band they miss the most, and I guarantee you that Think Tree will top the list. Think Tree was almost uncategorizable, wildly eclectic, veering between industrial and rock with sidetrips through noise, funk and electronica. It was no wonder that when they finally signed to a major label, that label had no idea what to do with them and totally failed to promote their album in any useful way.
Frustration and artistic differences took their toll and Think Tree broke up in 1994. Keyboardist Krishna Venkatesh formed El Dopa, while front man Peter Moore, guitarist Will Ragano, and drummer Jeff Biegert created Count Zero (who have a MySpace page here).
Think Tree released two albums, the first, eight/thirteen, on their own label and the second, Like The Idea on Caroline. Both are out of print.