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  • Audio CD (7 Mar. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Commercial Marketing
  • ASIN: B00076NYG4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,682 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Christen on 3 Jan. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Finally, the complete "Just Supposin'" album is available on CD. Previously, it was released in the "Back to Back" series, bundled with "Whatever you want" but the excellent Alan Lancaster track "The Wild Ones" was omitted from the album. Now we can listen to this excellent release in it's entire glory :
1. What You're Proposing
2. Run To Mummy
3. Don't Drive My Car
4. Lies
5. Over The Edge
6. The Wild Ones
7. Name Of The Game
8. Coming And Going
9. Rock 'N' Roll
10. A B Blues - Non-LP
Unfortunately, there is only one bonus track on this remastered album, but still, this is one of Quo's best and a definite "must buy" !
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bazzer on 5 Mar. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Just Supposing is yet another top class album to put into the ever expanding Status Quo back catalogue of classy records.
With this album, Quo seemed to be in top form as they entered the 80's, and at this time there was no indication of what was going to happen in the latter part of the decade (and subsequently throughout the 90's) as Just Supposing absolutely rocks, with several quality songs.
The opening track, 'What You're Proposing', was the first single from the album and was deservedly a smash hit which summarily sets the tone for the rest of the record. 'Don't Drive My Car' and 'Lies' were then released as a double A side and also charted well but, in my view, Quo could have released these songs seperately and they would have done well - such is their strength. 'Rock n Roll', the last single to be released was, in my view, their best ballad ever at that time.
It's not just the singles that are top drawer here, though - there isn't a bad track on the whole album, with 'Over The Edge', 'Run To Mummy' and 'The Wild Ones' also standing out.
Quite simply, an excellent album to go along with all the others at that time - pity about the later releases!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. J. H. Thorn VINE VOICE on 15 Dec. 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album and its successor, "Never Too Late", arose from the same 1980 sessions but proved to be the last releases of the classic Quo line-up, with drummer John Coghlan subsequently leaving. The first half of "Just Supposin'" is stacked full of hit single material. "What You're Proposing" was a big, typically catchy hit but hasn't retained its popularity in the same measure as, say, "Whatever You Want". It was followed up however by an impressive double a-side, "Lies"/"Don't Drive My Car". The former is one of Quo's jauntier songs, the latter a more drawn out, unusual recording.
Also on the first side of the original LP is the unexpectedly slick "Run To Mummy" and Alan Lancaster's murderously heavy "Over The Edge", a classic album track. The second side isn't of quite as high a standard bar "The Wild Ones" but is still worthwhile. The final track however, "Rock 'N' Roll", doesn't "do what it says on the tin". A belated hit single, it puts you more in mind of Abba than Elvis Presley. The dreaded pop direction beckoned.
Overall, not the place to start collecting Quo, but an essential purchase for most fans.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Hopkins on 27 Oct. 2011
Format: Audio CD
This is one of those albums that I don't play for years but when I do it always hits the spot, reminds me why I love Quo and demands I play it more often. As much as I love the hard rock of the period from Dog of Two Head to Blue for You, I suppose Quo had to evolve beyond the full-on 12-bar assualt of the 71 - 76 period and to me Just Supposin is representative of how good Quo can be when they throw a little of their early 70s heaviness and swagger into the pot and then add a sprinkle of the melodic pop-rock they favoured on later albums in the 80s and 90s. When they get that recipe wrong and add too much of the softer/poppier ingredients (like on Thirsty Work, Ain't Complaining...), for me the results can be less than satisfying but when they get it right (like on this album and in my opinion on Whatever You Want, Rock Till You Drop, Heavy Traffic and Quid Pro Quo) the results excite all my musical 'tastebuds'and actually cause me to listen to post-76 Quo more these days than the classic 'heavy' period. On Just Supposin there's the harder rock tracks like Over the Edge, Name of the Game and Coming and Going; there's the poppier rock of What You're Proposin, Lies, Run to Mummy and then there's the softer more subtle tracks like Don't Drive My Car and Rock n Roll; all of these flavours infuse to give a very enjoyable album. This album and the following year's Never Too Late were recorded at the same time I believe. I'm in a minority among Quo fans but I believe that of the two sets this is the stronger and deserves a solid 5 star rating. To me it's up there as one of the Quo classics.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 10 Feb. 2010
Format: Audio CD
Having purchased all the Quo albums from Rockin' All Over The World onwards on the day of issue,this was the first i was actually disappointed in,really disappointed,this is really poor ,a pale shadow of what went before..
The trade's description act could have been utilised here as this is such a poor copy of the Quo i know and love.

Yet it all starts so well with the absolute classic 'What your Proposin' but its short lived with the excreable 'Run To Mummy'- pass the sick bag ,while 2nd rate copycat tunes like 'Lies & over the edge' highlight how far standards had dropped ,the only brightspot being the superb 'Dont Drive My Car' showing that they could change tact and get it right when they put their heart and soul into it.Wild Ones/Name Of The Game are just bland with 'Rock N Roll purile,only 'Coming And Going' holding its head above the parapet as real Quo.

Bonus Track : A B Blues a fantastic instrumental which is superior to almost everything on the album,clearly it was at odds with the rest of the disc and didnt fit,a hark back to the days when they cared.

Ultimately this was a flawed,misguided disc rushed out,it would only be approx 5 months before the next release,the superior 'Never Too Late',its a pity they didnt hang fire and hold back the best of this album and ,those coupled, with the better tracks on Never Too Late would have resulted in a sure fire classic,still thats the benefit of hindsight,for completists only
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