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i dont think youll find many Supertramp fans on here mate....a little too poppy i think

 

i may be wrong, after all.....we have a couple of Bon Jovi fans!

 

You ARE wrong ! I LOVE Supertramp ! :dance:

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see? told ya there might be a couple...

 

in all honesty, you can probably pick any genre and find someone on here that likes it...

 

except for Hip Hop, Techno and Rap.......right?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

right? :unsure:

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except for Hip Hop, Techno and Rap.......right?

 

right? :unsure:

 

Yo yo yo, don't be hatin' on tha hip hop a'ight? All o'y'all know I keepz it REAL up in this piece. Cuz I come from tha STREETZ. Knumsayin?

 

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Word to yo mutha!

 

Yo, V.I.P. - kick it! We outta here!! :bananamac:

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i dont think youll find many Supertramp fans on here mate....a little too poppy i think

 

i may be wrong, after all.....we have a couple of Bon Jovi fans!

 

You ARE wrong ! I LOVE Supertramp ! :dance:

 

Make that three. 'Breakfast In America' and' 'Crime Of The Century' are brilliant albums.

 

All their discography is on the main pages aswell.

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I like quite a lot of their stuff......especially Crime of the Century ...... plus what's the album with Bloody Well Right on.

Having said that the only album in the house is Breakfast in America....and that belongs to the better half!

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I like quite a lot of their stuff......especially Crime of the Century ...... plus what's the album with Bloody Well Right on.

 

That would be 'Crime Of The Century' mate ;)

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i dont think youll find many Supertramp fans on here mate....a little too poppy i think

 

i may be wrong, after all.....we have a couple of Bon Jovi fans!

 

You ARE wrong ! I LOVE Supertramp ! :dance:

 

Make that three. 'Breakfast In America' and' 'Crime Of The Century' are brilliant albums.

 

All their discography is on the main pages aswell.

Make That 4...'Breakfast In America' is a brilliant album..one

of my Fave Pop releases EVER!! :bowdown:

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i dont think youll find many Supertramp fans on here mate....a little too poppy i think

 

i may be wrong, after all.....we have a couple of Bon Jovi fans!

 

You ARE wrong ! I LOVE Supertramp ! :dance:

 

Make that three. 'Breakfast In America' and' 'Crime Of The Century' are brilliant albums.

 

All their discography is on the main pages aswell.

Make That 4...'Breakfast In America' is a brilliant album..one

of my Fave Pop releases EVER!! :bowdown:

 

Marvellous - someone else with immaculate taste!!

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i dont think youll find many Supertramp fans on here mate....a little too poppy i think

 

i may be wrong, after all.....we have a couple of Bon Jovi fans!

 

You ARE wrong ! I LOVE Supertramp ! :dance:

 

Make that three. 'Breakfast In America' and' 'Crime Of The Century' are brilliant albums.

 

All their discography is on the main pages aswell.

Make That 4...'Breakfast In America' is a brilliant album..one

of my Fave Pop releases EVER!! :bowdown:

 

Marvellous - someone else with immaculate taste!!

Thanks Jez...IMO there isn't one filler song on BIA...the songwriting is

amazing and as a band they are spot on!!!! :beerbang:

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i dont think youll find many Supertramp fans on here mate....a little too poppy i think

 

i may be wrong, after all.....we have a couple of Bon Jovi fans!

 

You ARE wrong ! I LOVE Supertramp ! :dance:

 

Make that three. 'Breakfast In America' and' 'Crime Of The Century' are brilliant albums.

 

All their discography is on the main pages aswell.

Make That 4...'Breakfast In America' is a brilliant album..one

of my Fave Pop releases EVER!! :bowdown:

 

Marvellous - someone else with immaculate taste!!

5 Crime of the Century is one of my favourite albums, ever. I remember the first time I heard it. My dad pulled it off the shelf, put it in the stereo, pressed play, and, while he went to bed, I stayed up listening to it. School, Bloody Well right, Hide In Your Shell, Asylum, Rudy, and Crime of the Century quickly became songs I would sing and whistle all day long. It drove my teachers crazy, but it would get my dad singing along. It's more than music, it's the memories it holds.

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What about The early Supertramp Releases..

Which ones are the best to get... (pre-Breakfast In America)

 

Eric - go for the three before 'Breakfast..' especially 'Crime Of The Century' which is a must have. The other 2 arent shabby either.

 

Crime Of The Century (1974)

Crisis? What Crisis? ( 1975)

Even In The Quietest Moments (1977)

 

& After

 

Famous Last Words (1982)

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What about The early Supertramp Releases..

Which ones are the best to get... (pre-Breakfast In America)

 

Eric - go for the three before 'Breakfast..' especially 'Crime Of The Century' which is a must have. The other 2 arent shabby either.

 

Crime Of The Century (1974)

Crisis? What Crisis? ( 1975)

Even In The Quietest Moments (1977)

 

& After

 

Famous Last Words (1982)

Cool...Thanks for the Tip Jez!!! I knew you'd know which would be the best ones to get!!!

:drink::tumbsup:

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What about The early Supertramp Releases..

Which ones are the best to get... (pre-Breakfast In America)

 

Eric - go for the three before 'Breakfast..' especially 'Crime Of The Century' which is a must have. The other 2 arent shabby either.

 

Crime Of The Century (1974)

Crisis? What Crisis? ( 1975)

Even In The Quietest Moments (1977)

 

& After

 

Famous Last Words (1982)

Cool...Thanks for the Tip Jez!!! I knew you'd know which would be the best ones to get!!!

:drink::tumbsup:

 

Here to serve Sire!! ;)

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