Supertramp

Supertramp was an English rock band that released nine studio albums and a live double-LP on A&M between 1970 and 1987. Their radio evergreens include “School,” “Give a Little Bit,” “The Logical Song,” “Goodbye Stranger,” and “Take the Long Way Home.” Their sound ranges from rock, folk, and R&B to cabaret and orchestral pop. They […]

Supertramp ‎– Crisis? What Crisis? (1975)

Crisis? What Crisis? is the fourth album by English symphonic-pop band Supertramp, released in 1975 on A&M. The release was the band’s second to feature the “classic” lineup that premiered on the prior year’s Crime of the Century LP. Tracklist: A1. Easy Does It A2. Sister Moonshine A3. Ain’t Nobody But Me A4. A Soapbox […]

Supertramp ‎– Breakfast in America (1979)

Breakfast in America is the sixth album by English art-rock/pop band Supertramp, released in 1979 on A&M. Tracklist: A1. “Gone Hollywood” (5:14) A2. “The Logical Song” (4:08) A3. “Goodbye Stranger” (5:47) A4. “Breakfast in America” (2:37) A5. “Oh Darling” (4:01) B1. “Take the Long Way Home” (5:02) B2. “Lord Is It Mine” (4:04) B3. “Just […]

Supertramp ‎– Crime of the Century (1974)

Crime of the Century is the third album by English symphonic-rock/pop band Supertramp, released in 1974 on A&M. Tracklist: A1. “School” (5:35) A2. “Bloody Well Right” (4:26) A3. “Hide in Your Shell” (6:52) A4. “Asylum” (6:30) B1. “Dreamer” (3:33) B2. “Rudy” (7:18) B3. “If Everyone Was Listening” (4:01) B4. “Crime of the Century” (5:30) Credits: […]

Supertramp ‎– Even In The Quietest Moments… (1977)

Even In The Quietest Moments… is the fifth album by English symphonic-rock/pop band Supertramp, released in 1977 on A&M. Tracklist: A1. “Give a Little Bit” (4:07) A2. “Lover Boy” (6:49) A3. “Even in the Quietest Moments” (6:39) A4. “Downstream” (4:00) B1. “Babaji” (4:49) B2. “From Now On” (6:10) B3. “Fool’s Overture” (10:51) Credits: Roger Hodgson […]

Supertramp – Brother Where You Bound (1985)

Brother Where You Bound is the eighth studio album by English rockers Supertramp, released in 1985 on A&M. It was their first album as a four-piece after the departure of co-founder Roger Hodgson. The opening track and lead-off single, “Cannonball,” became a crossover dance hit. The album’s title piece is a 16-minute multi-movement epic inspired […]