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Breakfast In America (Deluxe Edition) [Remastered]


Download links and information about Breakfast In America (Deluxe Edition) [Remastered] by Supertramp. This album was released in 1979 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:51:10 minutes.

Artist: Supertramp
Release date: 1979
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:51:10
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No. Title Length
1. Gone Hollywood (Remastered) 5:20
2. The Logical Song (Remastered) 4:11
3. Goodbye Stranger (Remastered) 5:50
4. Breakfast In America (Remastered) 2:39
5. Oh Darling (Remastered) 4:02
6. Take the Long Way Home (Remastered) 5:08
7. Lord Is It Mine (Remastered) 4:10
8. Just Another Nervous Wreck (Remastered) 4:25
9. Casual Conversations (Remastered) 2:58
10. Child of Vision (Remastered) 7:31
11. The Logical Song (Live At Pavillon de Paris - 1979) 4:05
12. Goodbye Stranger (Live At Pavillon de Paris - 1979) 6:10
13. Breakfast In America (Live At Wembley - 1979) 3:05
14. Oh Darling (Live In Miami - 1979) 4:20
15. Take the Long Way Home (Live At Wembley - 1979) 4:47
16. Another Man's Woman (Live At Pavillon de Paris - 1979) 7:32
17. Even In the Quietest Moments (Live At Pavillon de Paris - 1979) 5:35
18. Rudy (Live At Wembley - 1979) 7:28
19. Downstream (Live At Pavillon de Paris - 1979) 3:28
20. Give a Little Bit (Live At Pavillon de Paris - 1979) 4:02
21. From Now On (Live At Wembley - 1979) 6:53
22. Child of Vision (Live At Pavillon de Paris - 1979) 7:31



With Breakfast In America, Supertramp completed their transformation from an experimental progressive rock group into commercial hitmakers. The title track, “Gone Hollywood,” “The Logical Song,” “Take the Long Way Home” and “Goodbye Stranger” are among the ear-catching fare. However, lurking underneath those easily accessible melodies are lyrics with serious philosophical concerns. There is a midlife crisis always looming. Their use of woodwinds and piano make them a particularly plush listening experience. The Deluxe Edition includes twelve bonus live performances. The live versions from Pavillon de Paris, Miami and Wembley Stadium in the U.K. are all true to their studio counterparts with the parts all well oiled. Supertramp were never a raucous live act built for jamming in the traditional blues-rock tradition, but a classically composed group of overachieving instrumentalists who learned how to make their points more economical over the years. As a result, the band offers an unusually enriched sonic experience. These live recordings are the proof.