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Spectrum's second album Milesago is one of the key Australian releases of the '70s and a progressive rock milestone. The double album was originally released on EMI's Harvest Records imprint (home to artists such as Pink Floyd, Kevin Ayers, The Move and Deep Purple) -- and you couldn't find a more appropriate label for such spaced-out progressive psych! With its striking Ian McCausland cover art restored, Milesago is presented here as a deluxe 8-panel digipak 2CD set. The album was remastered in 2008 by Gil Matthews and is augmented with 7 bonus tracks: 2 from the 1972 Sunbury festival a 20+ minute 'Some Good Advice; (!) and a live version of their classic single 'I'll Be Gone,' 2 single edits, a non-LP B-side, an excerpt from the Australian film Dalmas, rounded off with an advertisement for Camel cigarettes! The liner notes from noted Australian rock writer Ian McFarlane include a new interview with Mike Rudd and are packaged in a 24 page booklet filled with many rare photos.