By: Combo Audio (5.1 FLAC + Dolby Atmos MP4 + Dolby Atmos MKV + 3D Binaural WAV)
Type: Digital Download
Combo Audio was a Chicago-based rock band that performed and recorded from 1980 to 1987. Originally formed as a vehicle for songs written by John Kellogg and collaborator Rick Neuhaus, it eventually evolved into a live performing trio that opened for high-profile acts such as Talking Heads, U2, Duran Duran, The Tubes, and INXS. Newly remixed by John Kellogg in 5.1 surround & Dolby Atmos, Combo Audio’s 1982 EP “The Original” is back for all to enjoy in its New Wave college rock glory.
- Military English
- Hi Fidelity
- Shadow Occupations
Combo Audio was formed as a vehicle for songs written by John Kellogg and collaborator Rick Neuhaus that evolved into a band. Several of their songs began to be played on local radio stations before their first gig. Their single "Romanticide" received airplay on college radio and major stations in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, leading to several years of nearly non-stop touring in the Midwest United States.