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Breakfast In America

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Gone Hollywood
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The Logical Song
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Goodbye Stranger
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Breakfast In America
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Oh Darling
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Take The Long Way Home
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Lord Is It Mine
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Just Another Nervous Wreck
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Casual Conversations
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Child Of Vision
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 46:02

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Childhood Memories

GODCHAZER

I remember Driving in My dads 72 Black Nova Playing Air Drums and Keyboards to "Child of Vision"great song other favorite is Take the Long way Home.

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Seminal Classic

jeraldrc

Supertramp were always underappreciated but tops in my book. This album is a perfect example but it is not the only gem in their catalog. Deserves to be heard in the highest fidelity possible!

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rats - another bad encoding

bgee

Wonderful album, but poor encoding - easy to hear warbling and gurgling, especially on pianos and strings. See "Updates on UMG bit rate" on the message board.

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With Breakfast in America, Supertramp had a genuine blockbuster hit, topping the charts for four weeks in the U.S. and selling millions of copies worldwide; by the 1990s, the album had sold over 18 million units across the world. Although their previous records had some popular success, they never even hinted at the massive sales of Breakfast in America. Then again, Supertramp’s earlier records weren’t as pop-oriented as Breakfast. The majority of the album consisted of tightly written, catchy, well-constructed pop songs, like the hits “The Logical Song,” “Take the Long Way Home,” and “Goodbye Stranger.” Supertramp still had a tendency to indulge themselves occasionally, but Breakfast in America had very few weak moments. It was clearly their high-water mark. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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