Category: Classic Rock

Poor Boy - Supertramp - Crisis? What Crisis? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Crisis? What Crisis? is the fourth album by the English rock band Supertramp, released in It was recorded in Los Angeles and London – Supertramp's first album to have recording done in the United States of America. A remastered CD version of the album was released on 11 June on A&M Records.
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  4. The songs on this album really grow on you, in a good way. It's my 3rd favorite Supertramp album behind "Crime" & "Breakfast," and it's not a distant 3rd, it's a close 3rd. I've read that when Supertramp recorded the album, they were pressed for time, short on material, so most of the songs are leftovers from "Crime" sessions, or even older/5().
  5. What Crisis? is actually a good album, it just lacks the 'Wow' factor of the band's previous outing. What it did prove was that Crime Of the Century was no one-off fluke and that Supertramp had an element of staying power.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Crisis? What Crisis? on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - SP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Pop Rock/5(6).
  7. Buy Crisis?What Crisis? Crisis? What Crisis? is often overlooked in comparison to Supertramp‘s other albums from the mid to late seventies due to its relative lack of hit singles or classic rock radio inunicmilxikinghometebeasiral.coinfor, this fourth release by the British group is a solid collection of songs which collectively show the group slightly evolving their sound from the prog-heavy .
  8. Poor Boy, Just A Normal Day or the closer feel a little bit monotonous and lack those special moments in most of classic Supertramp songs that made them unique, so even if Lady or The Meaning are excellent songs and try to keep up the quality of Side B it just feels like there are moments of absolute "filler" in this album where nothing truly.
  9. The songs on this album really grow on you, in a good way. It's my 3rd favorite Supertramp album behind "Crime" & "Breakfast," and it's not a distant 3rd, it's a close 3rd. I've read that when Supertramp recorded the album, they were pressed for time, short on material, so most of the songs are leftovers from "Crime" sessions, or even older.