Supertramp ‎– Breakfast In America

A&M Records ‎– 00600753429983
Blu-ray, Blu-ray Audio, Album, Reissue


1 Gone Hollywood 5:15
2 The Logical Song 4:12
3 Goodbye Stranger 5:44
4 Breakfast In America 2:40
5 Oh Darling 4:10
6 Take The Long Way Home 5:09
7 Lord Is It Mine 4:03
8 Just Another Nervous Wreck 4:32
9 Casual Conversations 2:53
10 Child Of Vision 7:12

Companies, etc.



Rehearsed at Southcombe Studios, Burbank.
Recorded at the Village Recorder, Los Angeles.
Mixed at Crystal Sound's Studio 'B', Los Angeles.
Engineered by Peter Henderson of Air London.

All songs © 1979 Almo Music Corp. and Delicate Music (ASCAP)

©℗ 1979 A&M Records, Inc.

Ultra High Audio. No Video Content.
Minimum 24Bit/96KHz Audio Material (per label)
24Bit/96KHz LPCM Stereo on disc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 600753429983

Other Versions (5 of 326) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SP-3708 Supertramp Breakfast In America(LP, Album, Ter) A&M Records SP-3708 US 1979 Sell This Version
HAM 1 Supertramp Breakfast In America(LP, Album, RM, Hal) A&M Records HAM 1 Europe 1980 Sell This Version
393 708-2 Supertramp Breakfast In America(CD, Album, RE) A&M Records 393 708-2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
SP-3708 Supertramp Breakfast In America(LP, Album, Club, Car) A&M Records SP-3708 US Unknown Sell This Version
UICY-93612 Supertramp Breakfast In America(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial, Mi) A&M Records (2) UICY-93612 Russia 2008 Sell This Version


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August 18, 2016

My copy will not play in DTS-HD Master Audio. Comes in and out, then completely stops playing. No problem with 2.0 PCM and Dolby TrueHD. Not sure what the issue is. Gotta be the disc. My other blu ray audio's seem to be fine. Anyone else out there having trouble?


December 26, 2013

Blu-Ray Audio Disc are the most incredible thing for Hi-Fi aficionado's since the Half Speed Master Vinyl - only without crackles and pops. I currently own 7 titles in this new format that, hopefully with last! While DVD-Audio has had it right to flaunt a bit, it cannot do 96khz on 5.1 surround discs while, Blu-Ray can hold up to 50gig of information; making it's audible range possible up to a whopping 196khz! Vinyl cannot even dare to do 128khz.

With that said, I have listened to the 24kt Gold CD of this album, as well as a crisp, great condition vinyl. Neither even come close to comparing to the clarity of "Gone Hollywood" on Blu-Ray Audio Disc. (There is no video to these, just a menu and Audio.... pure, pleasurable audio.) I've heard things in this album I've never heard before and, that alone excites me about the possibilities of Blu-Ray Audio - should the format survive the trial-phase.