History Music / Supertramp

2nd Apr '17 4:02:43 PM TheFarmboy
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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: Many of their songs head straight for the cynical side and never look back.

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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: Many While there are some songs on the idealistic end like "Give a Little Bit" or "Hide in Your Shell", many of their songs head straight for the cynical side and never look back.



* TheBandMinusTheFace: Supertramp minus Roger Hodgson.

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* TheBandMinusTheFace: Supertramp minus Roger Hodgson.Hodgson after the latter's departure.
20th Feb '17 3:24:50 PM bt8257
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* ConceptAlbum: ''Crime of The Century''. Its uniting theme being insanity, or the dark side of society.

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* ConceptAlbum: ''Crime of The the Century''. Its uniting theme being insanity, or the dark side of society.



* GreasySpoon: The diner in the back cover of ''Breakfast In America'', based on a real life diner the band ate at across the street from the studio they recorded the album at.

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* GreasySpoon: The diner in the back cover of ''Breakfast In in America'', based on a real life diner the band ate at across the street from the studio they recorded the album at.



* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: Many of their songs head straight for the cynical end of the scale, and never look back.

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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: Many of their songs head straight for the cynical end of the scale, side and never look back.
1st Feb '17 3:19:00 AM TheFarmboy
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* GreatestHitsAlbum: They've released four of them over the years. "The Autobiography of Supertramp", "The Very Best of Supertramp", "The Very Best of Supertramp 2", and more recently, "Retrospectacle: A Supertramp Anthology."
29th Dec '16 1:33:00 PM TheFarmboy
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* PerpetualPoverty: "Poor Boy"
27th Sep '16 7:30:35 PM TheFarmboy
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* PluckyComicRelief: John Helliwell often serve as this during their concerts. For example in the Paris album, he was talking about enjoying from French cuisine, before listing off some Italian dishes instead.

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* PluckyComicRelief: John Helliwell often serve as this during their concerts. For example in the Paris album, he was talking about enjoying from some French cuisine, before listing off some Italian dishes instead.instead and realizing the mix-up.
27th Sep '16 7:18:16 PM TheFarmboy
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* PluckyComicRelief: John Helliwell often serve as this during their concerts.

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* PluckyComicRelief: John Helliwell often serve as this during their concerts. For example in the Paris album, he was talking about enjoying from French cuisine, before listing off some Italian dishes instead.
20th Aug '16 11:21:55 AM theSurely
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->''I can see you in the morning when you go to school''
->''Don't forget your books, you know you've got to learn the golden rule,''
->''Teacher tells you stop your play and get on with your work''
->''And be like Johnny-Too-Good, well don't you know he never shirks,''
->''he's coming along!''

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->''I can see you in the morning when you go to school''
->''Don't forget your books, you know you've got to learn the golden rule,''
->''Teacher tells you stop your play and get on with your work''
->''And be like Johnny-Too-Good, well don't you know he never shirks,''
->''he's coming along!''



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-->''You're comin' along!''
26th May '16 5:42:36 PM theSurely
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->''And be like Johnny well don't you know he never shirks,''

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->''And be like Johnny Johnny-Too-Good, well don't you know he never shirks,''
12th Apr '16 11:40:38 PM DavidDelony
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* ''The Autobiography'' (1986)

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* ''The Autobiography'' (1986)(1986)[[note]]Released in the U.S. in 1987 as ''Classics Volume 9'' as part of a series of compilations [[MilestoneCelebration celebrating A&M's 25th anniversary that year]].[[/note]]
22nd Mar '16 12:16:38 PM Yoshiman400
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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Originally Davies, as Hodgson and Palmer-James were the stronger vocalists and handled almost all the lead parts on their debut. When Palmer-James left, Davies took over the position of second vocalist, but ''Indelibly Stamped'' still features one song sung by neither (Dave Winthrop on "Potter", the last song with neither Hodgson nor Davies on lead until after Hodgson's departure).



* VocalTagTeam: Originally Hodgson/Palmer-James, then Hodgson/Davies, and then Davies/Hart, and with the first two, there exist many songs where they tag in several times per song.



* VocalTagTeam
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