Crime of the Century

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Crime of the Century
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 1974
GenreRock
Length44:10
LabelA&M Records
ProducerKen Scott
Supertramp chronology
'Indelibly Stamped
(1971)
Crime of the Century 'Crisis? What Crisis?
(1975)

Crime of the Century is the third studio album of Supertramp. A&M Records released it in September 1974. Ken Scott produced the music. There is a text saying "To Sam" on the back cover of the album. Supertramp dedicated this album to Stanley August Miesegaes. He supported Supertramp financially from 1969 until 1972. Crime of the Century got to number 38 on the American Billboard Pop Albums chart, and to number 4 on the UK Albums Chart. The songs "Bloody Well Right" and "Dreamer" were also released as singles. This album and these singles made Supertramp successful and well-known.

Songs[change | change source]

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "School"   5:35
2. "Bloody Well Right"   4:32
3. "Hide in Your Shell"   6:49
4. "Asylum"   6:45
Side two
No. Title Length
1. "Dreamer"   3:31
2. "Rudy"   7:17
3. "If Everyone Was Listening"   4:04
4. "Crime of the Century"   5:32

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