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4 stars I can read a kind of two different opinions on that Supertramp album: some like it a lot because of it's "proggy sound", another almost hate it, because of absent of Roger Hodgson. Both points of view are understandable, so let put some red line: I think ( and I am sure plenty of you will agree with me) that it is most proggiest Supertramp album ( in sense of 80's prog). When I first listened it (around 20 yrs ago), I was really surprised if this music is Supertramp at all. It sounded like Supertramp's side project for real art music conoisseurs - no airplay oriented songs, no sticky melodies, no open wish to be on the top of pop-charts. Just music.

To be honest, I like earlier Supertramp songs as well ( not pop-oriented "Breakfast In America", but briliant "Crime of The Century"). But there on "Brother Where You Bound" they first time were mature art-rock musicians, not talented and technicaly crafted sweet melody makers.

snobb | 4/5 |


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