Supertramp"...Famous Last Words..."

Label:A&M Records – AMLK 63732
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Style:Pop Rock


A2Put On Your Old Brown Shoes
Backing VocalsAnn Wilson, Nancy Wilson (2)
A3It's Raining Again4:25
A5Know Who You Are
Arranged By [String]Richard Hewson
B1My Kind Of Lady5:12
B2C'est Le Bon
Backing VocalsAnn Wilson, Nancy Wilson (2)
B3Waiting So Long6:32
B4Don't Leave Me Now
Backing VocalsClaire Diamant*

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Released with a printed inner sleeve with lyrics and credits.
Some copies may carry a sticker: "includes It's raining again"
Matrix / Runout all etched.

On labels:
Made in Holland.
℗ 1982 A&M Records, Inc.
© 1982 A&M Records, Inc.

On rear sleeve:
℗1982 A&M Records, Inc. / © 1982 A&M Records, Inc. / Printed in Holland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC -0485
  • Price Code: CB 291
  • Price Code (Circled): 58
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): AMLK 63732-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): AMLK 63732-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A in parenthesis): SP-03732-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B in parenthesis): SP-03732-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 1): SP-63732-A RE-1 EUR-2 RE-1 TML-S INT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 1): SP-63732-B RE-1 EUR-4 RE-1 TML-S INT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 2): SP-63732-A- RE-1 TML-m INT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 2): SP-63732-1db2-re-1 tml-s int

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
"...Famous Last Words..." (Cassette, Album)A&M Records, Festival RecordsRMC 52028Australia1982
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"...Famous Last Words..." (LP, Album)A&M RecordsAMLK 63732Spain1982
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"...Famous Last Words..." (LP, Album, Europadisk Pressing)A&M RecordsSP-3732US1982
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"...Famous Last Words..." (LP, Album, Don Mills Pressing)A&M RecordsSP-3732Canada1982
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"...Famous Last Words..." (Cassette, Album, Club Edition)A&M RecordsCL 49 202 5Europe1982



  • Mampfwurm's avatar
    Guys, what's going on here? What happened to the band that recorded "Crime of the Century" and "Breakfast in America"? Maybe they all got sick and some crappy replacement band stepped in? Or the record company kidnapped them? How else could such bland and forgettable pop songs be sold under the name "Supertramp"? Come on people, let's start the search. Someone must be holding them hostage in a basement somewhere or something like that. Trust me, they're out there somewhere. Supertramp would never have put up with such a bland and heartless impersonation! I mean, there's at least two straight up traditional love songs on the damn thing!

    In all honesty tough, this is an incredibly sad album. Not because the music is so emotionally impactful, but because I've never felt so clearly that the old Supertramp is gone. No wonder Hodgsen left after this one. There is no love, no story and nothing special in this album. Now I'm not going to say its bad. Infact, it is kind of a standard album, and I have a lot of these kinds of standard pop albums. They're fun sometimes. But "standard pop album" - that's just not what Supertramp is for me. If you want a standard pop album, I guess go for it, but if you want Supertramp, you can pass on this one, except of course if you want the last studio album with Hodgsen on board. But honestly, he might just as well not have been there.

    "Did you get all you want?
    Did we see the whole show?
    So, where's all the fun
    that we used to know?"

    "Waiting So Long", the penultimate song on this album. Sums it up perfectly for me. I didn't get all I wanted, and I've really just got the same question left.
    • Vidfreaky's avatar
      My copy of this is on translucent purple vinyl that looks black unless you hold it up to the light. Much like some of the versions of Synchronicity by the Police.
      • choerske's avatar
        Are all presses from analog source or are some represses from digital?
        • chadergeist's avatar
          The song Bonnie on this release is messed up in the beginning within the first few seconds of the piano opening.
          • ThePalm's avatar
            This is the Supertramp album to have in any collection because all the songs contained within are so great. While the song "It's Raining Again" may be the only single remembered and loved, another single "My Kind of Lady" also should be remembered to its nod to the golden oldies and the sax solo that closes out the song. A must-have for any music lover.


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