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3.58 | 440 ratings

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Chris S
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4 stars Crises? What Crises? is the underrated album of Supertramp's collection. Every group has one and this is theirs. Whilst it is not quite up there with Crime of the Century it is still more than excellent. The songs are mature, IMHO Rick Davie's songs better than the Roger Hodgson led tracks. I have nothing against Hodgson I just think the Davies "mark "aged better. The whole album is superbly produced and is full of gems in some cases with a more bluesy feel than it's predecessor. It reminds me a bit of Steely Dan in the 70's where the music became hard to categorise. That is why I like it so much I guess, you cannot put a label on it. Highlights aplenty but for me ' Sister Moonshine',' Soap Opera', ' Another man's woman', ' Poor Boy' and the standout ' A normal Day' are just the cream of the crop.
Chris S | 4/5 |


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