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Artist: Supertramp

Title: The Very Best Of Supertramp

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Supertramp The Very Best Of Supertramp Album Cover

 

Category: AOR

Year: 1990

Label: A & M Records

Catalog Number: 397 091

Personnel

Bob Siebenberg drums
Dougie Thomson bass
John Helliwell saxophone
Rick Davies vocals, keyboards
Roger Hodgson vocals, guitars, keyboards

Tracks

1.  School  5:35
2.  Goodbye Stranger  4:25
3.  The Logical Song  3:45
4.  Bloody Well Right  4:16
5.  Breakfast in America  2:37
6.  Rudy  7:18
7.  Take the Long Way Home  4:03
8.  Crime of the Century  5:20
9.  Dreamer  3:19
10.  Ain't Nobody But Me  5:19
11.  Hide in Your Shell  6:52
12.  From Now On  6:10
13.  Give a Little Bit  4:03
14.  It's Raining Again  4:25
15.  Cannonball  4:47
  
Total Running Time:  72:14

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Existing comments about this CD

From: MetalllianStallion Date: February 17, 2016 at 5:18
O PLEASE, just when I got over Cher albums showing up on HH a few years ago, here comes 6 recently submitted albums by the The BE GEES of soft/pop AOR rock (both bands from England), and both very annoying to my eardrums in high doses. Hard to believe this band has sold 60 million albums, as I only can remember a few songs "take the long road home" by them on AOR radio back in the day. I don't ever recall seeing the Tramp on local club billings in the last couple decades but pulling up their "where are they now file", they have had multiple reunion gigs through the years, so maybe their is still a following in Europe/Japan.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: February 17, 2016 at 10:43
I was just thinking, Michael Bolton's Soul Provider had to be the bottom of the barrel, and the submissions had been pretty stout since then ... now comes Supertramp. Seriously, were ANY rawkers into this band, ever? Hey, you know what? Guess who else had songs on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart back in the early- and mid-'80's? Hall and Oates! They were even on Rockline a couple times. How come Heavy Harmonies doesn't have any Hall And Oates? "One On One" and "Maneater" are real toe-tappers, yes?

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From: Jez Date: February 17, 2016 at 14:16
Supertramp have been on the site for years. Not your cup of tea? then I suggest you just ignore

From: 123charpenay Date: February 18, 2016 at 13:56
supertramp on this site.i ve nothing against supertramp ,but i m very surprised.and i m very disapointed cause there is not roxette on h h.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: February 18, 2016 at 22:26
Submit 'em, dude. I think most will agree Look Sharp! rocked way more than anything these wimps every did. But you know ... th Mellow Mafia don't dig it when you pick on their soft-rock saviors.

From: 123charpenay Date: February 19, 2016 at 16:27
hi doghouse reilly my friend, i ve wasted my time to submit "joyride" from roxette one of the best a o r realise ever ,an absolute masterpiece ,a real jewel.result ? nothing!!!!!!!h h never give the chance to this extraordinary scandi a o r realise to be in the history of melodic rock.a shame!!!!!!! i m agree with you others cd s of roxette like the exceptional "look sharp" have their place in h h.but the boss of h h prefer very small bad bands wich have absoluty no interest.they don t understand that roxette ,ok a not real hard rock band ,have nevertheless their place at a very high level in the melodic rock history.ok guys roxette is very commercial but supertramp? where is the rock? in roxette you ll find it not in supertramp.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: February 21, 2016 at 12:53
I didn't care for Joyride as much, 123Charpenay. I liked the title track, but already, my tastes were heading toward harder and harder music, however slowly. I liked Look Sharp! though--fun, catchy pop-rock. I don't necessarily think they belong on HH either, but if elevator music like Supertramp can get in, why not?


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