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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    A pretty good album and not a very "Ian" or "Steve" album!
    Played it to death in my teens, I used to have everything by them, only ones I still have are Paris & Even In The Quietest Moments. I streamed COTC the other day and realized I still love it. I'm starting to replace albums I had in my youth that I only had on tape or LP. Rainbow - Rising, Scorpions - Lovedrive & Animal Magnetism were the first three. I need to make sure they still work for me before I buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Played it to death in my teens, I used to have everything by them, only ones I still have are Paris & Even In The Quietest Moments. I streamed COTC the other day and realized I still love it. I'm starting to replace albums I had in my youth that I only had on tape or LP. Rainbow - Rising, Scorpions - Lovedrive & Animal Magnetism were the first three. I need to make sure they still work for me before I buy.
    Hard to imagine Rainbow Rising ever falling out of favour, no matter how old you get and how your tastes may have changed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Progatron View Post
    Hard to imagine Rainbow Rising ever falling out of favour, no matter how old you get and how your tastes may have changed.
    Agreed, still get goosebumps on Stargazer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Played it to death in my teens, I used to have everything by them, only ones I still have are Paris & Even In The Quietest Moments. I streamed COTC the other day and realized I still love it.
    Crime and Quietest Moments are two of my favorite Supertramp albums. My dad really liked them back in the day, and he bought Crime for me on CD about fifteen years ago as a gift because I didn't have anything by them. Now I've got most of their stuff (well, all of their 70s work, and then Brother Where You Bound).

    When Hodgson and Davies were working together and the band was firing on all cylinders, they were really something else.

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    Chico Hamilton - Man From Two Worlds

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    Polymorphie - Claire Venus
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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    Crime and Quietest Moments are two of my favorite Supertramp albums. My dad really liked them back in the day, and he bought Crime for me on CD about fifteen years ago as a gift because I didn't have anything by them. Now I've got most of their stuff (well, all of their 70s work, and then Brother Where You Bound).

    When Hodgson and Davies were working together and the band was firing on all cylinders, they were really something else.
    I like everything up to Breakfast In America & then Brother Where You Bound. I'd list them as

    COTC
    EITQM
    CWC
    BWYB
    BIA

    Famous Last Words was a dreadful jump off a cliff album for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    I like everything up to Breakfast In America & then Brother Where You Bound. I'd list them as

    COTC
    EITQM
    CWC
    BWYB
    BIA

    Famous Last Words was a dreadful jump off a cliff album for me.
    Your list pretty much matches mine -- although I might swap Breakfast in America with BWYB. Both very good records though, IMO.

    Famous Last Words was pretty disappointing... The only song I remember from it is "It's Raining Again", which isn't bad but kinda generic. It felt like the band was just going through the motions, unfortunately.

    Roger Hodgson's first solo album In the Eye of the Storm was surprisingly good I thought.

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    Sibelius Complete Tone Poems on Chandos
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    Focus - 50 Years Anthology 1970-1976 [box set 9 CD + 2 DVD remastered]

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    Le Grand Sbam - Furvent
    Cheer-Accident - Fringements One
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    WorldService Project - Serve
    EYOT - Similarity
    Don Caballero - What Burns Never Returns
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Don Caballero - What Burns Never Returns
    Great INFLUENTIAL album!
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    Radiohead - Kid A
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    Great INFLUENTIAL album!
    Yeah, I got into post rock while missing a lot of early influential bands. They also happened to put a bunch up on bandcamp so here I am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post

    Famous Last Words was pretty disappointing... The only song I remember from it is "It's Raining Again", which isn't bad but kinda generic. It felt like the band was just going through the motions, unfortunately.
    Not a fan of Famous Last Words either, but you really gotta love the closing songs Waiting So Long and Don't Leave Me Now, which have all the Supertramp-qualities from the past:




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    It's also a bloody awful album cover.
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    Magma - Köhnzert Zünd has arrived yesterday. I think I need more Magma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Magma - Köhnzert Zünd has arrived yesterday. I think I need more Magma.
    One of the few bands where I cant get enough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    One of the few bands where I cant get enough...
    I figured that out from your screenname.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Magma - Köhnzert Zünd has arrived yesterday. I think I need more Magma.
    Glad you're enjoying it. Other than the Köhnzert Zünd box, what other Magma do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    Glad you're enjoying it. Other than the Köhnzert Zünd box, what other Magma do you have?
    Nothing, I'm trying to make some kind of wishlist on which albums to buy next.
    Zühn Wöhl Ünsai-Live 1974 - € 15.91
    Kobaia - € 22,49
    Udu Wudu - € 22.14
    M.D.K. - € 20.71
    Zess - € 21.80
    Slag Tanz - € 11.30
    Kohntarkosz - € 21,13
    Wurda Itah - € 18.01

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Nothing, I'm trying to make some kind of wishlist on which albums to buy next.
    Zühn Wöhl Ünsai-Live 1974 - € 15.91
    Kobaia - € 22,49
    Udu Wudu - € 22.14
    M.D.K. - € 20.71
    Zess - € 21.80
    Slag Tanz - € 11.30
    Kohntarkosz - € 21,13
    Wurda Itah - € 18.01
    Oh, wow! I didn't realize that was your first Magma acquisition. Nice.

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    If you dont have them, I would include K.A., Ëmëhntëhtt-Ré and especially Félicité Thösz !
    All 3 are IMO more interesting and longlasting than Slag Tanz & Zess (theyr are good too, but...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    If you dont have them, I would include K.A., Ëmëhntëhtt-Ré and especially Félicité Thösz !
    All 3 are IMO more interesting and longlasting than Slag Tanz & Zess (theyr are good too, but...)
    It is basicly also what does Amazon Germany offer and what are the prices. I often tend to start with the cheapest albums and working my way up.

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