8 Members 5 Recordings 11 Gigs

Also appeared as "Indelible Murtceps".

Spectrum has 8 known members

Mike Rudd
Mike Rudd

Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar 1969 - More...

Bill Putt
Bill Putt

Bass 1969 - More...

Lee Neale

Keyboards 1969 - 1972 More...

Mark Kennedy
Mark Kennedy

Drums 1969 - 1970 More...

Ray Arnott
Ray Arnott

Drums 1970 - 1970 More...

John Mills

Keyboards 1972 - 1973 More...

Daryl Roberts

Keyboards 1999 - More...

Peter "Robbo" Robertson

Drums, Percussion 1999 - More...

Spectrum discography - 5 recordings

I'll Be Gone by Spectrum
I'll Be Gone

Single - First charted on January 11th, 1971, and peaked at 4th position.

Spectrum Part One by Spectrum
Spectrum Part One

Album - First charted on April 5th, 1971, and peaked at 21st position.

Milesago by Spectrum

Album - First charted on December 6th, 1971, and peaked at 16th position.

Warts Up Your Nose by Spectrum
Warts Up Your Nose

Album - Peaked at 24th position.

Testimonial by Spectrum

Album - First charted on July 23rd, 1973, and peaked at 17th position.

11 Known Gigs for Spectrum

Date Venue City
Saturday 8th August 1970 Cathedral Hall Fitzroy, VIC
Thursday 31st December 1970 Launching Place Festival Launching Place, VIC
Myponga Music Festival, Myponga. SA Saturday 30th January 1971 Myponga Music Festival Myponga, SA
Myponga Music Festival, Myponga. SA Sunday 31st January 1971 Myponga Music Festival Myponga, SA
Sunday 2nd May 1971 Berties Melbourne, VIC
Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne. VIC Friday 14th May 1971 Melbourne Town Hall Melbourne, VIC
Friday 17th September 1971 Orama Ballroom

Pickled PY Festival

Footscray, VIC
Sunbury Pop Festival, Sunbury. VIC Saturday 29th January 1972 Sunbury Pop Festival Sunbury, VIC
Sunday 30th January 1972 Meadows Technicolour Fair Meadows, SA
Chequers, Sydney. NSW Friday 10th March 1972 Chequers Sydney, NSW
Bungool Festival Of Music, Bungool. NSW Sunday 31st December 1972 Bungool Festival Of Music Bungool, NSW