Breakfast In America

Universal Music Group
Release date
17 Jun 2014
Running length
10 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Gone Hollywood (2010 Remastered) 5:21 145
2 The Logical Song (2010 Remastered) 4:11 181
3 Goodbye Stranger (2010 Remastered) 5:51 280
4 Breakfast In America (2010 Remastered) 2:39 287
5 Oh Darling (2010 Remastered) 4:03 142
6 Take The Long Way Home (2010 Remastered) 5:09 230
7 Lord Is It Mine (2010 Remastered) 4:10 130
8 Just Another Nervous Wreck (2010 Remastered) 4:26 109
9 Casual Conversations (2010 Remastered) 2:59 102
10 Child Of Vision (2010 Remastered) 7:32 94

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With Breakfast in America, Supertramp had a genuine blockbuster hit, topping the charts for four weeks in the U.S. and selling millions of copies worldwide; by the 1990s, the album had sold over 18 million units across the world. Although their previous records had some popular success, they never even hinted at the massive sales of Breakfast in America. Then again, Supertramp’s earlier records weren’t as pop-oriented as Breakfast. The majority of the album consisted of tightly written, catchy, well-constructed pop songs, like the hits “The Logical Song,” “Take the Long Way Home,” and “Goodbye Stranger. ” Supertramp still had a tendency to indulge themselves occasionally, but Breakfast in America had very few weak moments. It was clearly their high-water mark. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

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  • Abomination317

    "HOW the hell did it take me so long to realise that the waitress on the cover is a parody of the Statue of Liberty?" God knows, but I never noticed either. I just thought that it was a normal sized woman flying in the air.

    2 Sep 9:55pm Reply
  • Leinad-95

    My dad loved and still loves this band, and therefore I've listened to Supertramp since I was a little kid. Great band with many memorable and catchy tunes.

    6 Aug 10:07pm Reply
  • nuskysa

    Breakfast in America is still alive nowadays, and not only because the songs includes in this album are great. We are very lucky to can enjoy Roger Hodgson on stage, performing all his classics from this album, as "The Logical Song", "Breakfast In America","Take The Long Way Home", "Lord Is It Mine", "Child Of Vision" and many more. If he plays by your area, you don't want to miss him, it's really worth, because a Roger concert is an astonishing experience. I've seen so many shows in my life, but what I feel in a Roger show is unique, I haven't seen ever such a communication between an Artist and his audience, as Roger does, all the feelings you can experienced: It's a thrill, a blast, chills and goosebumps, all at the same time...

    28 May 2:32pm Reply
  • RichardTurin

    I clearly remember as if it were yesterday that I would play my Breakfast in America vinyl over and over. I found myself drawn to the songs from the band's co-founder, Roger Hodgson. I later found out that although Roger and Rick shared writing credit on all songs, they actually wrote and composed separately and each of them sang the songs they wrote. Imagine what a blessing it was for me when 30 years later I was able to see Roger in concert for the first time. It was as if I was listening to my vinyls all over again except he actually sounded better live, if that's possible! His voice is incredible and what a sweet change it is to see an artist who is smiling and obviously enjoying himself. I have now seen Roger six times and each show is unique and special in its own way. Don't hesitate to see Roger Hodgson, Supertramp's voice and singer/songwriter of their greatest hits. I can't wait to see him again. See all of his tour dates on Events at

    28 May 4:57am Reply
  • lightoflove312

    One of my "desert island" albums, love Roger Hodgson's "The Logical Song", "Take the Long Way Home", "Child of Vision", "Lord is it Mine" and "Breakfast in America", and he still performs them all today with vivacious energy...his backing band is very close knit, jaw-dropping and unforgettable performances - simply love Roger's warm, uplifting charisma and he fully puts himself into his concerts. I've already got tickets for his Seattle area show (Snoqualmie, WA) in July and his Chicago area (Naperville) show also in July!! It's going to be a whale of a time!! There are more tour dates on his official site,

    27 May 5:11pm Reply
  • mordwyr

    My friend said his mum listened to this album back in the day and loved it, so I gave it a chance. I love this album, especially "Goodbye Stranger".

    14 May 1:35pm Reply
  • funereal_waif

    great album art. @XDRory: I didn't realize that!

    26 Mar 10:11am Reply
  • XDRory

    HOW the hell did it take me so long to realise that the waitress on the cover is a parody of the Statue of Liberty?

    17 Mar 6:14pm Reply
  • frmuscles

    This is an expression of life. The intensity of life continues thru generations. This song always bring back we don't change life. We live it again and again, generations on will always feel this connection with these words and the notes of the music will remind the future. "Take the long way home".... Such an achievement from a young group!!!

    31 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Lipehlol

    Such a great album.

    8 Oct 2013 Reply
  • UnRagazzoAdam

    Breakfast na Popvictims:

    28 Dec 2012 Reply
  • denniskonstanty

    Another album that has had significant impact on my life. I am not sure if my mom realizes I have been housin her copy for the last 15 years, you jerks better not tell on me.

    7 Nov 2012 Reply
  • QuintonDempsey

    Breakfast in Equestria

    27 Jan 2012 Reply
  • hommerzero

    only 2 albuns in all rock and roll history I can hear all day w/o get bored, is this and A Night at the Opera

    26 Jan 2012 Reply
  • mattheussss

    Amazing album.

    15 Jan 2012 Reply

    this albom is rad

    16 Dec 2011 Reply
  • licoricepizza

    @prominence_la: i think it's their definitive album too. And coming from a graphic design background, i love the clever passenger seat view of that pseudo-cafeteria "Statue of Liberty" skyline. :)

    19 Oct 2011 Reply
  • showMeYourList2

    Amongst my fav. albums of all time. Almost every song is great for me and Goodbye Stranger fits so great in the Movie MAGNOLIA

    26 Sep 2011 Reply
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  • prominence_la

    I have a strong personal affection for this dad and I listened to this on vinyl together and sung nearly every song together. Correct me if I'm wrong, but this has to be the definitive Supertramp album. Brilliant all the way through.

    1 Apr 2011 Reply
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