Robert McComb

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Robert Harold McComb is an Australian musician who played guitar, violin, organ, and other instruments with Perth-based rock group The Triffids, from 1979 to 1989. He is the older brother of the band's founder and lead singer-songwriter, David McComb (1962–1999). Both were also members of Lawson Square Infirmary and The Red Ponies. Subsequently, McComb was a teacher of geography in Melbourne. On 1 July 2008 The Triffids, with McComb and other surviving members, were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.

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band member of The Triffids

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The Triffids recorded their classic album Born Sandy Devotional on this site in August 1985. 'It's a Wide Open Road'

27 Britton Street, EC1, London, United Kingdom where they recorded (1985)