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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly5 View Post
    Anyone starting such a fucked up thread shouldn't bitch about trolling.
    Why is it so hard to understand that another person can actually think out-of-the-box? There's nothing wrong with questioning and analyzing on ones own without liberal MSM assistance. Journalists and reporters used to do this, but they are all apart of the ' liberal corporate media' now. They spoon feed you what they want you to believe, think and feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thx1138 View Post
    Yes, Breakfast in America has been a favorite album since it was released, lots and lots of memories and Deja-vu attached to that album!

    I would have picked Supertramp over the others too!

    I believe it's just Roger Hodgson touring on his own now, him and just a couple hired players for accompaniment...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsV-rQ23bus

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    yeah songs triggers lots of memories for those that grew up with it. the Crime of the Century album also has lots of those kinda songs for me. Rudy, School, etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tedminator View Post
    yeah songs triggers lots of memories for those that grew up with it. the Crime of the Century album also has lots of those kinda songs for me. Rudy, School, etc..

    I was going to post "School," but opted for something off BIA...



    It's hard to find Supertramp vids with the full band anymore, glad I disked most of it before it was taken off!

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    I can think of three albums where every song was superb:

    The Beatles "A Hard Day's Night" Supertramp "Breakfast in America" and this album...

    Stormwatch.



    Probably a few others too like "Close To The Edge" by Yes, but that's three albums that come most to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pureinheart View Post
    Why is it so hard to understand that another person can actually think out-of-the-box? There's nothing wrong with questioning and analyzing on ones own without liberal MSM assistance. Journalists and reporters used to do this, but they are all apart of the ' liberal corporate media' now. They spoon feed you what they want you to believe, think and feel.

    If you don't see any possible truth, then move on... it's really very ok if there are those who don't agree with you or think like you...

    Er, an album comes out years ago and someone crops its cover and sees something they want to see. How is that thinking out of the box? It's a typical conspiracy theorist tactic and it is absurd.

    Why would the 'NWO' want to advertise their intentions on an album cover and why would a band approve such a move? Especially over twenty years before the event in question. Obviously Supertramp couldn't predict such an event.

    He made similar claims with a cropped image from a TV report on the Apollo landings and claimed that the reflection in the visor should not have been there. Because the image was obviously cropped, his point was ridiculous. No one knows if the reflection should have been there or not owing to the manipulation of the image.

    It's not 'thinking outside the box' It's simply not thinking. I did not even take the thread seriously and I don't understand why someone would. It's absurd.
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