Just Supposin'

Just Supposin'

by Status Quo

CD(Remastered)

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Overview

Recorded side-by-side with the following year's Never Too Late, Just Supposin' ushered Status Quo into a new decade with a surprising new sound, one that married the expected boogie to a new wave quirkiness that was straight out of the year's hippest fashion guides. It works, as well -- for the most part, anyway. "Run to Mummy" and "Name of the Game," both co-written by keyboard player Andy Bown, are delightfully prickly, while "Don't Drive My Car" is one of the latter day band's most sparkling performances. Of course the old Quo is still blazing. "What You're Proposing," the album's first hit single (and one of the biggest in Quo's entire career) is back to basics brilliant, while both "Lies" and "Over the Edge" shrug away their less than memorable riffs to become catchy little rockers in their own right. And then there's "Rock 'N' Roll," a made to measure terrace anthem that, once past the somewhat maudlin lyrics, becomes one of the biggest crowd-pleasers in the whole Quo catalog, not to mention one of the few songs out there that can actually take such a hoary old message and make it sound meaningful.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/12/2005
Label: Universal I.S.
UPC: 0602498259672
catalogNumber: 9825967
Rank: 47247

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Status Quo   Primary Artist
Andy Bown   Keyboards,Background Vocals
John Coghlan   Drums
Bernie Frost   Vocals,Background Vocals
Alan Lancaster   Bass,Guitar,Vocals
Rick Parfitt   Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Francis Rossi   Guitar,Vocals
Rob Young   Harmonica

Technical Credits

Andy Bown   Composer
Kenny Young   Composer
John Coghlan   Composer
Bernie Frost   Composer
Alan Lancaster   Composer
Rick Parfitt   Composer
Francis Rossi   Composer
Andrew Bown   Composer
Gary Fielding   Liner Notes
Tim Smith   Artwork

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