Supertramp

Supertramp

After placing an ad in Melody Maker, Rick Davies assembled Supertramp. Supertramp released two long-winded progressive rock albums before Miesegaes withdrew his support. With no money or fan base to speak of, the band was forced to redesign their sound. Coming up with a more pop-oriented form of progressive rock, the band had a hit with their third album, Crime of the Century. Throughout the decade, Supertramp had a number of best-selling albums, culminating in their 1979 masterpiece, Breakfast in America. Breakfast in America marked their first album that tipped the scale completely in the favor of pop songs; on the strength of the hit singles "Goodbye Stranger," "Logical Song," and "Take the Long Way Home" it sold over 18 million copies worldwide.
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Supertramp - 'Crime Of The Century (40th Anniversary)' image Supertramp - 'Breakfast In America ' image Supertramp - 'Gold' image Supertramp - '...Famous Last Words… (Remastered)' image Supertramp - 'Brother Where You Bound (Remastered)' image Supertramp - 'Free As A Bird (Remastered)' image Supertramp - 'Paris (2 CD) (Remastered)' image