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  • Release Date: 3/19/2002
  • Label: Island
  • UPC: 731458684725
  • Catalog Number: 586847
  • Sales rank: 27,695

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Traffic Primary Artist, Primary Artist
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Obscure Albums Often Hold The Greatest Gifts

    The music industry proves time and again that there can be absolutely no linkage between popularity and quality. As such, some of the best work (at least in the history of rock) never gets exposure to broad audiences. This particular Traffic album is a treasure to many as it provides a superb rendition of 40,000 Headmen, a group classic. Additionally, it serves as a compliment to any Traffic anthology albums. Lastly, you will get some exposure to some of Dave Mason's best compositions. Highly recommended.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The Odd One

    Welcome to the Canteen was never even acknowledged as an official Traffic album until the CD era. It was seen as a gathering of friends who have worked together in the past and who decided to do some songs originally done by Traffic and by Dave Mason. It's a very good album and some have had this as their sole representation of the group Traffic while other Traffic fans have seen it as just a curiosity, but either way, it's an enjoyable album to listen to.

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