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Crisis What Crisis (2003 Remastered Edition)

Released on 16 June 2003

Artist: Supertramp

5.0 out of 5 (2 customer reviews) | Write a review

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 Definitive and thought provoking classic 70's album

| | See all Demophil's reviews (2)

If you like albums that are not simply a collection of disparate songs, that can raise your spirits up and then make you sad, then this is for you. When you've listened to this album you can't help but identify with many of the moods and sentiments. The lively opening tracks are perfectly balanced by the thoughtful self-examination of the final three. Listening to it is the only way to understand its masterful competency....enjoy

 A Classic !

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Another album from Supertramp which contains a superb collection of songs from start to finish....early lively tracks are followed by a trio of deep and meaningful songs but they too live up to the high standard set by the band earlier in the set.....I wonder where Coldplay draw their influences from ? !

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