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Supertramp - Discography (1971-2005) [FLAC]
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Supertramp Discography
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Indelibly Stamped 1971
Audio CD (August 28, 1997)
Original Release Date: 1971
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Import, Original recording remastered
Label: Umvd Import
1. Your Popps Don't Mind
2. Travelled
3. Rosie Had Everything Planned
4. Remember
5. Forever
6. Potter
7. Coming Home To See You
8. Times Have Changed
9. Friend In Need
10. Aries 

Crime Of The Century 1974
Audio CD (June 11, 2002)
Original Release Date: 1974
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Original recording remastered
Label: A&M
1. School
2. Bloody Well Right
3. Hide In Your Shell
4. Asylum
5. Dreamer
6. Rudy
7. If Everyone Was Listening
8. Crime Of The Century 

Crisis? What Crisis? 1975
Audio CD (June 11, 2002)
Original Release Date: 1975
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Original recording remastered
Label: A&M
1. Easy Does It
2. Sister Moonshine
3. Ain't Nobody But Me
4. A Soapbox Opera
5. Another Man's Woman
6. Lady
7. Poor Boy
8. Just A Normal Day
9. The Meaning
10. Two Of Us 

Supertramp 1977
Audio CD (August 28, 1997)
Original Release Date: 1970
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Import, Original recording remastered
Label: Polygram Int'l
1. Surely
2. It's A Long Road
3. Aubade And I Am Not Like Other Birds Of Prey
4. Words Unspoken
5. Maybe I'm A Beggar
6. Home Again
7. Nothing To Show
8. Shadow Song
9. Try Again
10. Surely 

Even In The Quietest Moments... 1977
Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
Original Release Date: 1977
Number of Discs: 1
Label: A&M
1. Give A Little Bit Listen
2. Lover Boy Listen
3. Even In The Quietesst Moments Listen
4. Downstream Listen
5. Babaji Listen
6. From Now On Listen
7. Fool's Overture 

Breakfast In America 1979
Audio CD (June 11, 2002)
Original Release Date: 1979
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Original recording remastered
Label: A&M
1. Gone Hollywood
2. 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 

"... famous last words ..." 1982
Audio CD (July 30, 2002)
Original Release Date: 1982
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Original recording remastered
Label: A&M
1. Crazy
2. Put On Your Old Brown Shoes
3. It's Raining Again
4. Bonnie
5. Know Who You Are
6. My Kind of Lady
7. C'est Le Bon
8. Waiting So Long
9. Don't Leave Me Now 

Brother Were You Bound 1985
Audio CD (July 30, 2002)
Original Release Date: 1985
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Original recording remastered
Label: A&M
1. Cannonball
2. Still in Love
3. No Inbetween
4. Better Days
5. Brother Where You Bound
6. Ever Open Door 

Free As A Bird 1987
1. It's Alright
2. Not the Moment
3. It Doesn't Matter
4. Where I Stand
5. Free as a Bird
6. I'm Beggin' You
7. You Never Can Tell With Friends
8. Thing for You
9. Awful Thing to Waste

The Very Best Of Supertramp 1992
Audio CD (December 11, 2001)
Original Release Date: 1992
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Original recording remastered
Label: A&M
1. School
2. Goodbye Stranger
3. The Logical Song
4. Bloody Well Right
5. Breakfast In America
6. Rudy
7. Take The Long Way Home
8. Crime Of The Century
9. Dreamer Listen
10. Ain't Nobody But Me
11. Hide In Your Shell
12. From Now On
13. Give A Little Bit
14. It's Raining Again
15. Cannonball 

Some Things Never Change 1997
Audio CD (January 1, 1997)
Original Release Date: June 3, 1997
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Import
Label: Chrysalis
1. It's A Hard World
2. You Win, I Lost
3. Get Your Act Together
4. Live To Love You
5. Some Things Never Change
6. Listen To Me Please
7. Sooner Or Later
8. Help Me Down That Road
9. And The Light
10. Give Me A Chance
11. C'est What?
12. Where There's A Will 

Slow Motion 2002
Audio CD (March 28, 2002)
Original Release Date: April 23, 2002
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Import
Label: EMI Int'l
1. Slow Motion
2. Little By Little
3. Broken Hearted
4. Over You
5. Tenth Avenue Breakdown
6. A Sting In The Tail
7. Bee In Your Bonnet
8. Goldrush
9. Dead Man's Blues 

Retrospectacle 2005
Original Release Date: October 11, 2005
CD 1
Surely [Edit]
Your Poppa Don't Mind
Land Ho
Summer Romance
Bloody Well Right
Crime of the Century
Sister Moonshine
Ain't Nobody But Me
Two of Us
Give a Little Bit
Even in the Quietest Moments
From Now On
CD 2
Gone Hollywood
Logical Song
Goodbye Stranger
Breakfast in America
Oh Darling
Take the Long Way Home
You Started Laughing [Live]
It's Raining Again
My Kind of Lady
Don't Leave Me Now
Free as a Bird
You Win, I Lose
Another Man's Woman [Live]
Over You 


zibbik - - you have excelled yourself!

Sincere thanks
I have got only "Retrospectacle" and I'll comment on that. Single file with cue sheet for every CD. Quality is A_B_S_O_L_U_T_E_L_Y great. Thanks a bunch.
Stop uploading Flac! No one likes to download music that isn't that much different from mp3 320kbp/s. If you have it that upload mp3 discogs please!
zibbik. In reply to FlashyVox. Which you already know but I want to say. Please continue to upload FLAC. The undeniable difference in quality is absolutely astounding and worth it. Thank you for all your great work.
@flashvox aka FLAC troller

To all those people who say prefer lossy codecs stop it, if you don't like FLAC download somewhere else and when your codec is technologically insuperior and you can't transcode without losing more quality in your music don't complain. I don't know who promoted this idea that MP3 at 320kb is the jesus codec, in reality it sucks, in comparison it sucks, all tests say it's not transparent and all you are doing is taking up a bunch of space with a codec that doesn't do what you want. FLAC on the other hand is just compressed version of an original CD, all the quality every single Byte is there and that's what people download FLAC want, for my computer for my MP3 player I personally use Ogg vorbis or AAC, but FLAC is a safe version from which you can transcode to everything without losing quality and in the future if a better codecs comes my way I have a lossless version of my music which I can transcode without losing any sound in my music and being able to enjoy it in high fidelity. Mp3 is about 20 years old, it stopped being the best codec a long time ago, and aac is a good codec but not better than ogg vorbis. And in 5 years there's going to be a better codec which takes less space and has better fidelity and we will all move over to that one, but without a lossless version of your music your just losing quality transcoding. If you don't want to download FLAC, go to Ares or download another torrent, but FLAC or any other lossless codec is the only real quality music that you can download which is future proof.
@ FlashyVox, The more FLAC uploads the better.
If You don't hear the differance you need a new pair of ears.
Absolut Fantastic. awesome, if all post are same like this one....
The difference between FLAC and MP3 is all in the mind....

Awesome upload though, mate. Fucking brilliant, actually.
Being a purist I prefer FLAC to mp3 when burning a CD. Supertramp is awesome! Thanks for your hard work!!
Thank you very much! Great sound quality. In "Brother where you bound" the tracks are not splited at the right moment, but the sound is awesome.
#1) Uploader, I'm gonna go 'head and call you a god, because you gave me Supertramp. XDDDDD ty x100!! Fhu-KING AWESOME!!

#2) Fperez, thx for the bit of explanation about FLAC. Your detail is great and for ppl that don't know, that will really inform them. As long as i have the space on my device, its GOT to be FLAC!!! rite on... (hi-5 to you)... also-i can see where some wont care about mp3s, I still have a lot of those, they're fine, theyre a basic standard; but for even casual audiophiles; when it comes to the stuff that really matters..... LOSS-LESS makes a big difference! How can you -not- want to hear your favorite tracks in high-fidelity?? Its the aural equivalent of seeing in Hi-Def! well for me at least...
@FlashyVox: sorry for you you can't hear the difference between FLAC and 320 MP3. For me, it's like not seeing the difference between SD and HD. Maybe you listen to music too loud when you were young.
These are not true flac files ran on spectrogram using Audacity and files are clipped it is a MP3 converted to flac, waste of time if you are looking for true flac quality
A note that I do not believe anyone has mentioned since there's some FLAC troll bs going on. The 1970 debut album is for some reason listed as 1977 in this list. So this discography goes from the debut 1970 self titled album thru 2005's Retrospecticle.

@sdtre, as for you, another troll. This is indeed FLAC. I have 4 of the albums listed and I ripped them with EAC to compare and they match exactly. The only thing "clipped" is your brain.