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BROTHER WHERE YOU BOUND

Supertramp

 

Crossover Prog

3.65 | 220 ratings

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sinslice
4 stars From where do you come brother, Monkey?

Finally, Rick Davies took over, with his arsenal of keyboards. And with the positive and negative of it. The rest of the band in a very good job, as always. Most intriguing was knowing the direction it would take the group, in terms of style, such as the quality of the compositions. The answer to the first, was highly satisfactory. The songwriting is good, particularly Cannonball and the title track. Better Days contains good passages, too. And the remaining songs, filled in well to the work as a whole.

Some innovations and daring experiments that produce a good effect, adjusting to the times without losing the essence. The technical and production are superb. Responding to the title: It was his last work qualified, and better than some previous ones.

3.5 + stars.

sinslice | 4/5 |

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