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




Crossover Prog

3.56 | 351 ratings

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4 stars Crisis? is a fantastic compilation of brilliant songs, both lyrically and instrumentally. 'Sister Moonshine', 'SoapBox Opera', 'The Meaning' and 'Two of Us' particularly stand out, at least to my ears. Which of their albums is best, has most depth, is more progressive, and which has been better accpeted on a large scale, is going to remain debatable, and to me, totally irrelevent. As far as I'm conerned, one thing remains consistent on each and every one of their albums- the sound is completely unique, there is always lyrical depth, and each song, in a different way, is instrumentally brilliant. Those who struggle to find this, should stick to 'Breakfast in America' or 'Crime of the Century.'
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