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Crossover Prog

3.96 | 747 ratings

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[email protected] Mol
5 stars Bought this album back in 1979 on vinyl and finely I got it on cd now for just ? 9,95. Although this is more pop then progressive with songs as "The logical song and Breakfast in Ameca" I do like every bit of this album. The way of the vocals for instance, the high voice of Roger Hodgson and the dark low voice of Rick Davies is very unique. For me it also was their last good work before Roger Hodgson left the group. I think it is a real shame that he left because they need eachother in order to gain succes. Roger Hodgson and Supertramp were never so succesfull again. But maybe it had to go that way because "Famous last words" was a little bit of a dissapointment. The magic in their music was a bit gone but after Roger left the group they were able to make a real good album with a different sound named "Brother where you bound". For me Breakfast in America is still one of my favorits these days and it really deserves the five stars I gave.
[email protected] Mol | 5/5 |


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