Supertramp's Famous Last Words was a follow-up to Breakfast in America?

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were they pressed to repeat their major success Breakfast?

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  • 6 months ago

    To be honest, the success of Breakfast broke up the band. Roger Hodgson (writer of most of the hits) thought the band was getting too commercial. Others felt the band needed to keep the hits coming. Hodgson left and only had one more chart single, while the Supertramp band failed to live up to their time with Roger.

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  • Yes. It went to Number 5 on the US album charts and was released on the 7th of October in 1982.

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  • Tony B
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    6 months ago

    You're supposed to ask a question!

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