Brother Where You Bound

Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
1985 Ratings: #114 / 120
User Score
Based on 36 ratings
1985 Ratings: #212
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May 14, 1985 / Release Date
LP / Format
A&M / Label
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In some ways, Brother Where You Bound is Supertramp at its most ambitious. The lack of Roger Hodgson's output does mean that the album, overall, lacks a lot of the spiritual undertones that I feel define the band's older work. But in his place are some of the absolute best songs Davies put out... at least, not when you look at the lyrics. As I adore the energy of Cannonball and Better Days, the long progressive hallways of the title track, and the optimism of Ever Open Door, that last song is, ... read more


With a name like "Brother Where You Bound", you'd think this album is some revolutionary Top-100 albums of all time type of shit. It isn't, but it's still a solid album.

I wish the album-titled track had more oomph to it. The first half was great, but then it got kinda boring afterward. Aside from that, the closing track was pretty good, and everything else was nice jazz-influenced prog.

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Track List

  1. Cannonball
  2. Still In Love
  3. No Inbetween
  4. Better Days
  5. Brother Where You Bound
  6. Ever Open Door

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Added on: July 30, 2015