Special reissue of Supertramp's 'Crime of the Century' released

Supertramp Crime Century

Since the beginning of December, the special 40th anniversary edition of 'Crime of the Century', the first album released by the British group, has been on sale. Supertramp. This special edition in addition to containing the original remastered album also includes a second album with a concert offered at the Hammersmith Odeon in London in 1975. The remastering of the original album was carried out by Ray Staff at the Air Studios in London, and the album in Live has been mixed from original recordings, capturing the sound of the band at the time that was on the brink of stardom, showing the album 'Crime' and anticipating songs from the unreleased 'Crisis? What Crisis? ', His second album.

The Double CD Deluxe includes a special 24-page booklet with photographs and a text written especially by Phil Alexander, editor-in-chief of the specialized magazine Mojo, which contains new interviews with Dougie Thomson, John Helliwell, Ken Scott, Bob Siebenberg, Roger Hodgson and Supertramp manager from 1973-1983 Dave Margereson. 'Crime Of The Century' it will be available on standard CD, vinyl, and digital formats. A special box has also been presented with all the material of the 2 CDs on 3 high-fidelity vinyls of 180 grams with an eight-page booklet with a longer version of Alexander's essay, as well as its digital download and two photographic postcards.

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