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Supertramp - Retrospectable - The Supertramp Anthology CD (album) cover




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3.31 | 35 ratings

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2 stars One may argue if Supertramp really were of the progressive camp. After "Even in the quietest moments" they went straight into a pop direction. Never mind, it was still very intelligent, good produced pop-music with clever arrangements and sometimes cynical lyrics. I really appreciate an anthology with a comprehensive overview of their output. But I hate the loud, harsh and aggressive sonics this double-cd set offers. They could have and should have taken more care with the remastering instead of just making it sound loud and bright. This is the only reason I sold it immediately after listening to the first of the two cds. Unlistenable to me.
Achim | 2/5 |


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