When latter-'60s psychedelic rock became the progressive rock of the early '70s, Melbourne's Spectrum was at the forefront of the Australian response. The group was formed from the ashes of Party Machine, which split up when singer and songwriter Ross Wilson left to join former Australian group Procession in London. Bass player Mike Rudd switched to lead guitar, and continued Party Machine's leaning toward lyrical satire. EMI Australia added Spectrum to the company's global pro... Read more

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