The second project that Lancaster and Lumley would focus their attentions on was a completely different styled album. This time round the album was totally instrumental and based on a loose concept. Released in 1976, it as titled Marscape. However the more important feature of this album, apart from the excellent music, was the names of the musicians involved in the recording of the album. One of the foremost jazz rock bands that progressive rock fans immediately identify themselves with is Brand X. When Marscape was released, Brand X had not yet released their seminal debut Unorthodox Behaviour, though all members of the band also played on Marscape. Thus one could actually consider Marscape as the first release that features the members of Brand X playing together. Of course the music was composed and produced by Lancaster and Lumley.