Citizen Band (music band)
Citizen Band performing live, 1978
|Past members||Geoff Chunn
Geoff played guitar, sang, and wrote most of the songs. Mike played bass. Other members were guitarist Greg Clark and drummer Brent Eccles, both of whom were former members of New Zealand glam-rock band, Space Waltz. Formed in 1977, the band played concerts around Auckland including a free concert in Albert Park and a one day rock festival. The band recorded their first album Citizen Band at Mandrill studios, produced by the band and Glyn Tucker Jr.
Their second album Just Drove Thru Town was also recorded at Mandrill Studios from June 18–30, 1979. The Album was produced by Jay Lewis and engineered by Glyn Tucker Jr. Two singles were released from the album, "Rust In My Car"/"Dig That Tex" and "No Stereo"/"SOS".
After the band moved to Australia, Mike Chunn left the band, and was replaced by Roland Killeen. Eventually the band broke up in 1982.
In its original lineup, Citizen Band could generally be regarded as a New Zealand supergroup - both Chunn brothers were former members of Split Enz, whereas Clark and Eccles were formerly part of New Zealand glam-rock band Space Waltz.
|1979||Just Drove Thru Town||CBS Records New Zealand||18||-||SBP237349|
|1980||CB Bootleg (Live)||-||-|
|1993||Rust in my Car||-||-|
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