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3.19 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1973

Songs / Tracks Listing

A1. Indelible Shuffle (Rudd) (3:44)
A2. It Would be Nice (Arnott) (3:08)
A3. Ray's Boogie (Arnott) (2:19)
A4. Singing the Blues (Rudd) (0:44)
A5. I Think I Missed the Station (Rudd) (6:28)
A6. Hot Rocket (Arnott/Rudd) (3:33)
B1. Real Meanie (Rudd) (4:25)
B2. Who is Bugging You? (Rudd) (4:34)
B3. Essay In Paranoia (Arnott/Rudd) (9:36)
B4. Homesick Valium Blues (Rudd) (4:21)

Total Time: 42:55

Line-up / Musicians

- Michael (Mike) Rudd / acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals
- Bill Putt / bass guitar
- Ray Arnott / drums, percussion, vocals
- John Mills / piano, electric piano, Hammond organ, Optronics 1000 Series synthesizer

Releases information

LP: 1973 EMC 2503, EMI

Spectrum tracks: A2, A5, B2, B3, B4
Indelible Murtceps tracks: A1, A3, A4, A6, B1

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3 stars Although there was an attempt to keep the Spectrum and Indelible Murtceps personae separate, there was inevitably some confusion between the two bands, and so the next album was jointly credited to both entities. There was an attempt to keep a demarcation between the two though, each track being ass ... (read more)

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