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    Breakfast In America [1979]
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    Paris [1980]
    5Famous Last Words [1982]
    6Crisis? What Crisis? [1975]
    7Even In The Quietest Moments... [1977]
    8Crime Of The Century - 40th Anniversary Edition
    9Supertramp [1970]
    10Indelibly Stamped [1971]


    Supertramp is an English progressive rock band that had a series of top-selling albums in the 1970s. Despite chart success the band never attained stardom, it was remarked at the height of their popularity that Supertramp was the best-selling group in the world whose members could walk down any street and not be recognised. Their early music included ambitious concept albums, but they are best known for their later, somewhat Beatlesque pop songs including "Dreamer", "Goodbye Stranger", "Give A Little Bit", and "The Logical Song".

    The name was taken from W. H. Davies' 1908 novel The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp.

    Roger Hodgson
    Bob Benberg
    Kevin Currie
    Rick Davies
    Frank Farrell
    Mark Hart
    John Helliwell
    Bob Miller
    Richard Palmer
    Bob Siebenberg
    Carl Verheyen
    Dave Winthrop
    Dougie Thomson

    Biography taken from All Music.

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       Bamcubz says:
      012-10-2012 21:53
      Come on you know you want to sing along, this is one of those song you just can't help but like.
       Makis_G says:
      116-07-2012 08:29
      Breakfast in America, the sixth album, was The Big One for the group, a #1 smash on the album charts all over the world. Though certainly not a "concept" album, the theme for "Breakfast In America" came from bandleaders Roger Hodgson & Rick Davies, who, for this album, wanted to write songs about what it was like to be a British person living in the USA, which is what the whole band were doing by this time.

      Credit Hodgson & Davies for writing such wonderful songs, such as the hits "The Logical Song," "Goodbye Stranger," and "Take The Long Way Home." But even the non-hits are shimmering beauties, such as "Gone Hollywood," "Oh Darling" (not to be confused with the Beatles tune), "Lord Is It Mine," and the exuberant finale, "Child Of Vision," all played to perfection by Hodgson, Davies (who both do great vocal work as well), sax player John Halliwell, bassist Dougie Thomson, and drummer Bob Siebenberg.

       musicgoddess says:
      119-08-2011 06:17
      Great song!! So true how life can be so hard and strange!
       bkeskin says:
      111-07-2011 09:13
       Olivia_Ka says:
      009-01-2011 16:21
      My favourite Supertramp song.
       ivan2mc says:
      002-05-2009 17:14
      Just great!!!
       Kaberg says:
      005-09-2008 17:42
      This is 1 of the greatest songs ever made, end of line
       Kaberg says:
      010-08-2008 19:14
      They Dont Make Music like this any more, its kinda sad
       missem34 says:
      029-07-2008 02:14
      I love his voice.
      And the trombone that appears throughout, is brilliant.
      And the sax, i love their use of instruments.
       towerlover says:
      029-04-2008 13:45
      This is clearly the best supertramp song at the best supertramp album, if you don't have Even in the Quietest moments, shame on you.
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