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




Crossover Prog

3.56 | 351 ratings

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5 stars I have always considered this to be one of the most under-rated albums in the world of progressive rock. I believe it to be a true masterpiece, even better than the Crime album. At times, there is a definite folk influence in Hodgson's songs, and at other times, a bit of a jazz influence in Davies' songs, but they all blend perfectly well together. Some of Roger Hodgson's best compositions appear on this album, "Sister Moonshine", "A Soapbox Opera", "The Meaning", and the hauntingly beautiful "Two of Us" There are no two songs on this album that sound alike. Each piece is so different from the other, demonstrating their varied styles of song-writing to the fullest. For many of us who were Supertramp fans, this album ranks highly amongst their greatest works, and for many of us, myself included, is considered to be their best.
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