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INDELIBLY STAMPED

Supertramp

 

Crossover Prog

2.56 | 164 ratings

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Gatot
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2 stars Yes, you can find good piano / keyboard work of Rick Davis but the overall music does not represent what Supertramp is capable of doing. The opening track "Your Poppa don't Mind" does not reflect the band's soul on their music creation as the whole song sounds like a Southern rock music. "Travelled" is not a bad track at all and it has good flute work at the beginning of the song. But when the music moves from one track to another it sounds to me that the band is like losing focus what they trying to do especially on lack of melody and harmonies for almost all of tracks. The insertion of flute sounds help improve the music but it's not until the level that most rock fans are willing to listen. Therefore this album is recommended only for those who just want to complete their collection of Supertramp albums. New fan should not start from this album.

Gatot | 2/5 |

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