Supertramp

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible since: 1995 (The 1996 Induction Ceremony)

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Give a Little Bit (1977)
Goodbye Stranger (1979)
Breakfast in America (1979)
The Logical Song (1979)

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Will Supertramp be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
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How is it possible that supertramp, being one of the most influential prog-rock bands, hasn't been inducted yet?

Posted by Ron on Monday, 03.12.07 @ 18:00pm


This is because the MOST influential prog-rock bands like The Moody Blues , King Crimson and ELP have yet to be inducted. Next to those giants the music of Supertramp just seems bland and rather mediocre though by today's standards would be a shoe in.

Posted by SG on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 01:06am


SG, do we really need more uninformed posters such as yourself complaining that all of today's music is bad? Go check out Pitchfork, get an album or two through whatever means, and then come back here and say that. The mainstream is pathetic, but the underground is thriving. There's five times as many great albums coming out every year than in decades past.

Posted by Casper on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 01:48am


A good example of a band that made good music that has aged fairly well but was neither exceptionally innovative nor influential compared to contemporaries. Yes, it's true: Your favorite band can still be good without being Rock Hall material.

Posted by William on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 02:07am


Casper, I live near Philly and the 1 good thing about this town is the radio. We have WKDU out of Drexel, WXPN out of University of Penn, WPRB in Princeton and WRFY in Burlington so I don't need a lecture from some self appointed moderator about the quality of today's underground music. And you know as well as everyone else here that the Hall of Fame is not going to bat an eyelash toward any band that doesn't have at least some degree of commercial succcess so your observation about my post is not only incorrect but moot.

Posted by SG on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 02:27am


I think bands are "underground" for a reason....figure it out.

As for Supertramp, definitely a cool and different sound, but not sure that they are HOF material, esp since there a lot of other "progressive" artists that deserve it first.

Posted by Anonymous on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 05:52am


"Yes, it's true: Your favorite band can still be good without being Rock Hall material." - William

Perfectly stated. Too many people on this site think that when someone says a certain band should not be in the Rock Hall of Fame = they suck. Sometimes that is what is being said, but not always. I've got some bands that I really like, but I would agree they shouldn't get inducted or are at least marginal cases.

Posted by Dezmond on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 08:27am


"I think bands are "underground" for a reason....figure it out."

Oooh, ooh, because the major labels and Clear Channel try to force their own watered down pop projects on to the chart at the expense of every independent artist?

That's totally what you were going to say, right?

Posted by Kit on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 10:30am


Damn, anonny. Every time I think you're starting to get more bearable, you go and say something monumentally stupid.

Posted by William on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 10:44am


Actually, I think it's better that "underground" acts do stay out of the "mainstream." That way Clear Channel and the other corporations don't sink their hooks into them. Look at what happened to REM after they made it to the bigtime...worse and worse as time went on. The sad part of that though is if they don't become famous then a lot of people don't hear them which can be a shame. Ultimately, I guess, it's up to the listener to want to "seek out strange new worlds" as Kirk put it.......

Posted by SG on Saturday, 06.16.07 @ 23:36pm


"Oooh, ooh, because the major labels and Clear Channel try to force their own watered down pop projects on to the chart at the expense of every independent artist? That's totally what you were going to say, right?"

Posted by Kit on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 10:30am

"Damn, anonny. Every time I think you're starting to get more bearable, you go and say something monumentally stupid."

You guys really need to calm down...you take this music "review" thing way too serious. Are you two "professional" critics or are you just like the rest of us?

Like I have said, sometimes bands are on the fringe b/c that is how they want it to be or they simply have bad PR or marketing. And, of course, the most obvious one would be that they are just not that good, so people tend not to listen.

It is really great to be pidgeonholed by you two. I like some "underground" music, although rarely do I have the time to seek it out, as I work full-time, am married, and have a 1 year old son (who actually turned one today) and a 4 year old son.

So, unfortunately, my life is not much about me lately and certainly not about me finding "cool" underground music to listen to.

And, BTW if you really are not clear on what I am trying to say, I have a novel idea, just ask....

And, finally someone (i.e. SG) who would acknowledge what happened to REM...whats that expression, its not where you are from, but where you end up....

Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, 06.17.07 @ 00:09am


Anon: "So, unfortunately, my life is.. certainly not about me finding "cool" underground music to listen to."

Anon, what the hell does that have to do with you being held accountable for saying this?:
"I think bands are "underground" for a reason....figure it out."

We did figure it out - you are clearly making a statement that underground artists deserve their uncelebrated status because they jsut aren't good enough to merit more attention. Right?
Come on man... you took the time and the nerve to say it; now don't be a back pedaling, double talking pussy - own it.
If you feel you overstated it then just man up and retract.
But please stop with the tedious bullshit; we all know - including you - what you were putting out there.
Come on, man. Don't waste our time with impulsive blather followed by him-hawing rationale that makes utterly no sense. It insults you and me.

Posted by shawn mc on Monday, 06.18.07 @ 02:02am


Actually being a "pussy" has nothing to do with it....real mature. And, you think making some statement about underground bands is "nervy"...LOL...LOL....you must be a real "wild and crazy" guy. You want me to "own it." What is this group therapy?? LOL, LOL, LOL....Dude, you have to take it easy...step outside yourself and stop taking this music review thing so serious...remember....this is just some blog about a Rock Hall of fame...you are not the actual musician....

I digress....I do like some "underground" bands....and I gave three reasons (not one) in which I think a band would be underground, the most likely and obvious one of which would be that they are just not that good....is that such a big deal??? Is that really, a "nervy thing to say?" But, there are still two other reasons that I gave. And, like I said (wipe the glasses clean), I like some more obscure bands myself (i.e. Particle). You know Particle???...Dezmond did not, and I doubt you do either. So, shut the fuck up....

Posted by Anonymous on Monday, 06.18.07 @ 03:09am


Oh, and Shawn...before you get bent out of shape, the "shut the fuck up" comment was meant for comedic affect...sort of like "idiot."

Posted by Anonymous on Monday, 06.18.07 @ 03:12am


"Stop already with these shit underground bands ..they are nothing more than noise that not too many people care about...

"I think bands are "underground" for a reason....figure it out."

OK... so what does that mean: "figure it out", Anon? What were you saying?

You painted yourself into a corner again and I'm just holding you to it because it irritates me how full of shit you can be. Telling me (or anyone else) to "calm down" or "stop taking it so seriously" is despearte and stupid.
You're assuming a level of emotion from me that is quite of the mark; what gives you the right to assume I am in a huff?

I'm just tired of witnessing you whack off and then tell us we're seeing things.

Again I say, if you're going to play the sanctimonious card by pretending to be so above the silly arguments that we down here of the hoi poloi like to wallow in... then why do you even log on? Be reasonable, don't say stupid things, and don't be condescending; you're not smart enough to look down on anyone else here, Anon.

Posted by shawn mc on Monday, 06.18.07 @ 03:59am


Dude, what are you talking about? I do not think I am above anything. I just think sometimes these "debates" get just a little too heated and for what???

Sorry for assuming that you were all heated up and in a "huff"...I just assumed that to be true from you calling me a "pussy" and referring to my post as "bullshit." Sounds pretty charged up to me....like I have said, I do enjoy the blogging here for the most part, but when you or myself or anyone else starts taking it too serious, it sort of loses its enjoyment.

As for the underground thing, I have already clarfied that....did I "own it" - LOL, LOL, LOL....

Posted by Anon on Monday, 06.18.07 @ 12:28pm


Everbody is entitled to their own opinion on any particular subject. Whatever it is. Music, movies, politics, etc. Ohhh !!! By the way, Supertramp's "Logical Song" still sounds good years later. Can't we all just get along.

Posted by Joe-Skee on Monday, 06.18.07 @ 13:46pm


Much agreed Joe Skee...

Posted by Anon on Monday, 06.18.07 @ 13:51pm


Supertramp is more deserving than many of the bands that are already in the hall right now. It's almost like the voters are picking their own personal favorites or getting paid off. There have been one hit wonders from the 50's nominated for pete's sake. " Why yes....Billy Bebop and the Boppers are better than Supertramp." LOL...the RRHF is a !@#! joke.

Posted by Tim on Thursday, 10.4.07 @ 12:34pm


Supertramp not being there makes the 'hall' a joke.This band is one of the great bands ever period.Their music has stood the test of time and its played every day on the radio over 30 years after the original release.

Posted by anthony on Friday, 10.5.07 @ 12:04pm


Prog has always been given the royal %&*% You by the hall, and yeah, their are prog bands that should be in b4 these guys. But, that said, them not being in just once again shows how the hall could care less about insturmental tallent and more about name recognition. BTW, why don't they let more bands in every year and help put some of this to rest.... 8 or so a year is far better than the 5 they have now!

Posted by Foz on Wednesday, 10.31.07 @ 11:13am


Supertramp were one of the great bands of the 70's and they were more popular than many bands actually in the hall of fame .So the hall of fame stays a joke to me !

Posted by Bart on Friday, 02.29.08 @ 21:06pm


Wonderful 1st album. Made alot of money for them (I hope). Don't know if there's much more after that 1st album. I say no to induction.

Posted by Paul in KY on Monday, 03.17.08 @ 10:45am


Correction: I had thought 'Breakfast in America' was their 1st album (my bad).

Posted by Paul in KY on Monday, 03.17.08 @ 10:46am


As far as I'm Supertramp was the group of
the seventies,you can hear it on the radio almost every day, and other singer copy it or sing along
with it ,like Dont you look at my girfriend for
exampl it some artist rap to it.

Posted by jo Landau on Friday, 07.18.08 @ 07:10am


There's no doubt No Doubt lifted the intro to "Don't Speak" from Supertramp's "Breakfast In America"

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Friday, 07.18.08 @ 10:15am


"A good example of a band that made good music that has aged fairly well but was neither exceptionally innovative nor influential compared to contemporaries. Yes, it's true: Your favorite band can still be good without being Rock Hall material."

Posted by William on Saturday, 06.9.07 @ 02:07am


I thought this was a very good post, because I like Supertramp a lot...but it doesn't mean I think they should be in the HOF. They were just a very successful group primarily from the 70's who had some good hits...they weren't particularly influential (although they did have a unique sound)or innovative.

Fans of Steve Perry and the like should read this and give it some thought...

Posted by Gitarzan on Tuesday, 01.13.09 @ 19:19pm




Posted by Gitarzan on Tuesday, 01.13.09 @ 19:19pmthought this was a very good post, because I like Supertramp a lot...but it doesn't mean I think they should be in the HOF. They were just a very successful group primarily from the 70's who had some good hits...they weren't particularly influential (although they did have a unique sound)or innovative.

I agree one of the best in the 70's But I think their sound and style is very unique..and extremely innovative,!
I put them light years in front of Steve Perry as a sole act..

Posted by mrxyz on Tuesday, 01.13.09 @ 20:17pm


agree one of the best in the 70's But I think their sound and style is very unique..and extremely innovative,!
I put them light years in front of Steve Perry as a sole act..

Posted by mrxyz on Tuesday, 01.13.09 @ 20:17pm

PS
a 1000'sx YES RHOF!!!!

Posted by mrxyz on Tuesday, 01.13.09 @ 20:20pm


You know your Bloody Well Right !!!

Posted by Joe-Skee on Wednesday, 01.14.09 @ 10:54am


Aaron O'Donnell: "There's no doubt No Doubt lifted the intro to "Don't Speak" from Supertramp's "Breakfast In America""

Having Supertramp as my #1 favourite band and no doubt as my #2 favourite band, I think I have the right to say that is a farfetched connection.

Posted by Curran on Sunday, 03.1.09 @ 21:25pm


"School", the opening track on "Crime of ThE Century" has children screaming in the schoolyard. This song predates Pink Floyd's "Another Brick In the Wall (Part 2)" by five years. Also, the title track to "Even in The Quietest Moments" has birds chirping over a keyboard drone in key of D, which predates PF's "Goodbye Blue Sky" by two years.

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Monday, 05.4.09 @ 01:04am


"School", the opening track on "Crime of ThE Century" has children screaming in the schoolyard. This song predates Pink Floyd's "Another Brick In the Wall (Part 2)" by five years. Also, the title track to "Even in The Quietest Moments" has birds chirping over a keyboard drone in key of D, which predates PF's "Goodbye Blue Sky" by two years.

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Monday, 05.4.09 @ 01:04am
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They aren't the only ones who have songs that sound like later Floyd songs. The song "Kingdom of Heaven" by the 13th Floor Elevators off their debut in 1966 pretty much is the blueprint for the whole "Dark Side of the Moon" album, seven years ahead of time.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Monday, 05.4.09 @ 17:34pm


supertramp was a studio group from the 70s that knew how to write a hit, but they really weren't very innovative, and they showed no progression from album to album in the 70s. Their music has aged poorly. Their chances of making the HOF are virtually nil

Posted by sillycanadien on Monday, 06.22.09 @ 21:43pm


If Supertramp were ever nominated, they would probably get into the HOF. The ballot casters are rock "experts" from all over the world. Supertramp was/is vastly more popular in Europe, South America, even Canada than here in ths US. Personally, I think they should be in, no doubt. Many of the reasons have already been stated in this thread (unique sound, songs have stood the test of time, covers by current bands), but the genius of their musicality and production efforts (often contributed to by the band members themselves) should also be included. Maybe I'm biased because they are one of my personal favorites, but they are clearly more qualified than many of the artists already in the hall.

Posted by binny on Friday, 10.30.09 @ 12:11pm


Supertramp is one of the best bands of alltime. Roger Hodgson himself should be in the Hall of Fame.
He is a musical genius. Take the Long Way Home is in the top ten songs for number of times played...ever! Dreamer, Give a Little Bit etc.. are classics...Let's get them in!

Posted by jim on Sunday, 02.14.10 @ 13:23pm


How is it possible to argue that their music has not stood the test of time. The first test of time is whether or not its still on the radio. Passed. The second test of time is whether other artist cover their music or show an influence. Passed and passed. The third test of time is whether they were unique and innovative. Passed and passed. Love them or hate them, they were and are extremely popular, 5 songs from 4 different albums are played on the radio everyday and countless bands have covered them. Countless musicians point to them as an influence, and love their sound or hate their sound, ask yourselves this question...out of all the bands in the world, even those who have covered them, who sounds like Supertramp? What other band was able to dabble in dark themes and heavy progressive musical movements, borrowing elements of jazz, rock, classical, but with the ability to tie everything together in a 4 minute pop song, that somehow retained whimsey? I put them right up there with the Floyd. They weren't as influential or as blues driven as Floyd, but I would place them among Pink Floyd and actually ahead of most other progressive rock bands. King Crimson, Yes, Genesis, great bands, of course, but those bands had tendancies to take themselves a bit too seriously. With the Tramp, you've got the musical/lyrical talent of all the aforementioned acts, without all the pomposity. Even the name of the band is a contradictory gag on itself, "Super" Tramp. They should be in the hall, but if not, who gives a shit? I guarantee they don't.

Posted by Paul C on Saturday, 03.27.10 @ 17:02pm


It is inconceivable to me that Supertramp has not even been considered in the running by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Just check out the list of inductees for recent years, and you'll see my point. Abba? C'mon now. No doubt the Sex Pistols influenced someone, but not to the extent and range of Supertramp. Obviously, this is just my opinion, but my opinion is always right -- to me. ;)

So yes, Supertramp will undoubtedly be inducted eventually -- and I sure hope it happens in their lifetimes! And mine, for that matter.

Posted by Joni on Wednesday, 04.7.10 @ 09:29am


Supertramp was an influential and innovative band - period, end of discussion! You may not like their music, but no meaningful discussion on the history and evolution of rock and roll can take place without talking about their significant contributions. They will be inducted into the Hall of Fame, it is just a matter of time.

Posted by Greg on Thursday, 01.20.11 @ 12:43pm


"The title track to 'Even in The Quietest Moments' has birds chirping over a keyboard drone in key of D, which predates Pink Floyd's 'Goodbye Blue Sky' by two years."

Jim Fassett's "Symphony of the Birds" made from bird call samples beat both by nearly two decades.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Thursday, 01.5.12 @ 12:39pm


I'll take the long way home

Posted by FDS on Sunday, 01.29.12 @ 10:46am


Simply the best band of the late 70s in my humble opinion. You can't question their popularity. Just look at the album sales numbers. They should absolutely be in the HOF.

Posted by Bud on Saturday, 04.7.12 @ 10:09am


I am from Mexico. I grew up on the late 70's early 80's. They were the most popular Rock Band in that part of the world on those years. Now I live in USA and my son (17) just discovered Sueprtramp over the internet, he and his friends like their music very much. I am not an expert on Rock and Roll, I do not know what is needed to be in HOF, what I know is that you cannot compare this group with any other. Look, this trip started in 2007 and we are still talking about them.

Posted by Jose on Sunday, 05.27.12 @ 16:07pm


Just love their music... They have their own sound
Let's Hope

Posted by Happy on Wednesday, 06.6.12 @ 19:46pm


Take the Long Way Home

Posted by Roy on Thursday, 08.30.12 @ 07:17am


Take the Long Way Home

Posted by Roy on Thursday, 08.30.12 @ 07:17am
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I can't. My feet hurt.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Thursday, 08.30.12 @ 07:19am


A criminally underrated band. Breakfast in America is one of the best albums of all-time. 10 U.S. top 40 hits for a band that has prog elements is impressive.

Posted by Classic Rock on Saturday, 01.5.13 @ 21:09pm


Fact number 1:
The VAST majority of underground music is absolute crap and it has always been like that and it is ONE of the reasons it remains underground. The problem is that the mainstream today is crappier than ever, so people are running low of alternatives.

Fact number 2:
The VAST majority of people who listen to underground music (better said, who ONLY listen to underground music) are hipsters, who do it to be seen as "cool", "different", "rebels" or simply to attract attention or to try and prove a point (all for the wrong reasons) In fact, everybody else sees them as freaks and makes fun of them.
It does not make you smarter than everybody else to be a hipster, it's just ridiculous.

Just trying to clarify some things for the impressionable teens here.

Posted by Unercrap on Sunday, 05.12.13 @ 13:38pm


Fact number 3:
SUPERTRAMP are an amazing band and very underrated, in my opinion. But I would not call them underground (not when you sold over 60 million albums worldwide). But I also wouldn't call them mainstream. They have elements of both, depending on the different stages in their careers.

Posted by Undercrap on Sunday, 05.12.13 @ 13:41pm


You impressionable teens get off Undercrap's lawn! If you don't he'll bludgeon you with more out of touch old man cliches.

Posted by DarinRG on Sunday, 05.12.13 @ 13:49pm




Fact number 1:
The VAST majority of underground music is absolute crap and it has always been like that and it is ONE of the reasons it remains underground. The problem is that the mainstream today is crappier than ever, so people are running low of alternatives.

Fact number 2:
The VAST majority of people who listen to underground music (better said, who ONLY listen to underground music) are hipsters, who do it to be seen as "cool", "different", "rebels" or simply to attract attention or to try and prove a point (all for the wrong reasons) In fact, everybody else sees them as freaks and makes fun of them.
It does not make you smarter than everybody else to be a hipster, it's just ridiculous.

Just trying to clarify some things for the impressionable teens here.

Fact number 3:
SUPERTRAMP are an amazing band and very underrated, in my opinion. But I would not call them underground (not when you sold over 60 million albums worldwide). But I also wouldn't call them mainstream. They have elements of both, depending on the different stages in their careers.

Posted by Undercrap on Sunday, 05.12.13 @ 13:41pm
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These are both of your postings joined as one.

You state that the vast majority of underground music is crap. At the same time, you note that Supertramp has an underground element to them. By this logic, does this not mean that at least a portion of Supertramp's music is crap?

Are you attempting to mount a push for Supertramp here? This seems like an odd way to do it. If a member of the voting committee for the Rock Hall ever showed up on this page, he/she could easily use this as ammunition Against the group!

Posted by Cheesecrop on Monday, 05.13.13 @ 06:04am


I am not familiar with their first two albums. However, I am aware of the greatness of Supertramp. "Crime Of The Century," "Even In The Quietest Moments," "Breakfast In America" and "Paris" are all magnificent albums. After Roger Hodgson left however, the band was not the same.

Posted by Enigmaticus on Sunday, 07.7.13 @ 18:09pm


The one thing that I really like about Supertramp is the way that John Anthony Helliwell flawlessly integrates the saxophone into their songs. They have a jazz element to their songs which really stands out and makes them much better in my honest opinion.

Posted by Enigmaticus on Saturday, 08.10.13 @ 14:00pm


By the way, has anyone seen the "Supertamp Live In Paris '79" BluRay? I had been watching it, since around 10 a.m. this morning.

Posted by Enigmaticus on Wednesday, 06.11.14 @ 15:31pm


I am not really familiar with many of Supertramp's albums after Roger Hodgson left. I think that there would be a strong argument that perhaps "Crime Of The Century" and "Paris" are also essential albums, however.

Posted by Enigmaticus on Saturday, 10.11.14 @ 13:35pm


No band has done for me than what Supertramp has done. If someone questions them being in the HOF, re-listen to Crisis? What Crisis?, Even in the Quietest Moments, Crime of the Century, then re-listen to the uniqueness of their earlier progressive rock songs. Then go forward and listen to the albums that came after Breakfast in America. Breakfast in America was so popular, that some think that this album constitutes what they were about. Supertramp is not Breakfast in America; they are so much more! Their being different than anyone else, their progressiveness, their rock, their sound, their uniqueness, their saxophonist, the way that Roger and Dougie complemented each other, etc. They were, and are, wonderful musicians in their own rights, and better together when complementing each other. Since so few people mention Supertramp when considering HOF snubs, I continue to go back to their music and wonder why. Each song of theirs is, my opinion, so complexly and simply wonderful that there are so many individual songs that prove their greatness. If I were to create a list of songs that should be listened to, to consider their eligibility in the HOF, the list would be long. Therefore, listen to their albums...listen to them again. Their albums are not just good music; they are musical masterpieces. They were put together by extremely talented musicians. Supertramp should be in the Music Hall of Fame!

Posted by MIchael Walker on Saturday, 02.7.15 @ 05:58am


No band has done for me than what Supertramp has done. If someone questions them being in the HOF, re-listen to Crisis? What Crisis?, Even in the Quietest Moments, Crime of the Century, then re-listen to the uniqueness of their earlier progressive rock songs. Then go forward and listen to the albums that came after Breakfast in America. Breakfast in America was so popular, that some think that this album constitutes what they were about. Supertramp is not Breakfast in America; they are so much more! Their being different than anyone else, their progressiveness, their rock, their sound, their uniqueness, their saxophonist, the way that Roger and Dougie complemented each other, etc. They were, and are, wonderful musicians in their own rights, and better together when complementing each other. Since so few people mention Supertramp when considering HOF snubs, I continue to go back to their music and wonder why. Each song of theirs is, my opinion, so complexly and simply wonderful that there are so many individual songs that prove their greatness. If I were to create a list of songs that should be listened to, to consider their eligibility in the HOF, the list would be long. Therefore, listen to their albums...listen to them again. Their albums are not just good music; they are musical masterpieces. They were put together by extremely talented musicians. Supertramp should be in the Music Hall of Fame!

Posted by MIchael Walker on Saturday, 02.7.15 @ 05:58am


I'd say NO to Supertramp RRHOF. Groups like Duran Duran, Def Leppard, Moody Blues, The Cure, Deep Purple, etc are more deserving. A case of a good group but can't put everyone in Hall. KING

Posted by KING on Sunday, 05.10.15 @ 02:54am


KING,

Although I agree that Duran Duran and The Moody Blues are essential and thoroughly deserving induction first, I think that you can make a case for Supertramp as well: "Crime Of The Century," "Even In The Quietest Moments" and "Breakfast In America" are brilliant studio albums and "Paris" is one of the greatest "progressive rock" live recordings ever made.

Michael Walker,

If you are willing to start a petition drive to get Supertramp inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame, I would definitely be willing to sign it.

Posted by Enigmaticus on Sunday, 10.30.16 @ 14:31pm


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