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Supertramp - Crisis? What Crisis? CD (album) cover




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3.58 | 440 ratings

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5 stars Following very much in the wake of the highly successful "Crimes Of The Century", "Crisis? What Crisis?" represents a switch in methodology. Being such musical entrepreneurs, SUPERTRAMP approached the writing and recording of "Crisis?..." in a much different manner than "Crime..." refusing to get into a formula for success. Both Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies co-wrote all the songs on "Crisis?..." while they also broadened out instrumentally especially noticeable in Helliwell's clarinet and Thompson's bass who are given the space to develop themes more extensively than in the past. The songs are immediately recognizeable as SUPERTRAMP, but seem to carry a much deeper feeling than previous albums. "Crisis?..." did not receive much commercial success which is something to this day I can not understand.
loserboy | 5/5 |


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