Supertramp - Breakfast In America


Label:

A&M

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
AA&M 137081
UPC: 075021370814
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180 Gram Vinyl Record



180 Gram LP  

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180 Gram Vinyl Record
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Breakfast In America was pretty much the peak of Supertramp's career after the minor success of their 5 previous albums. Standout tracks include the big hits "The Logical Song" (No. 6 UK, No. 7 US '79), "Breakfast In America" (No. 9 UK '79) and "Take The Long Way Home" (No. 10 US '79).


1. Gone Hollywood
2. The Logical Song
3. Goodbye Stranger
4. Breakfast in America
5. Oh Darling
6. Take The Long Way Home
7. Lord Is It Mine
8. Just Another Nervous Wreck
9. Casual Conversations
10. Child of Vision

Customer Reviews (3.14 Stars) 7 person(s) rated this product.

Best Record A @ M 1979

posted on 08/27/2019
5 Stars
I am delighted with this record of the album! I recommend purchasing this album to all audiophiles.


Sad

posted on 06/16/2014
3 Stars
Reviewer: JF
Have an early AM release that has been played many times and it shines compared to this.


Simply Awful!!

posted on 02/28/2011
2 Stars
Reviewer: Brian R.
This reissue has terribly compressed brittle sound. It's very disappointing. My advice is to save your money and buy the CD -- really. Note, however, that the vinyl reissue of Crime of the Century is outstanding -- which makes this reissue of Breakfast in America all the more perplexing. Absolute garbage.


A CLASSIC

posted on 08/05/2009
5 Stars
NOT MUCH TO SAY BUT A MUST HAVE FOR ANY RECORD COLLECTION GREAT PRODUCTION AND WE ALL KNOW THE SONGS THEY JUST SOUND A LITTLE BETTER ON NEW VINYL


Absolutely horrible

posted on 11/02/2008
1 Stars
Reviewer: madfloyd
I've heard the Back to Black releases from Universal were crappy, but I've bought a few. Listened to this one today and took it off halfway during the first song.

What a shame. The packaging is stellar but it sounds ultra compressed, like they mastered it from a casette tape.


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