This is the album that turned me on to Supertramp, I'd highly recommend it.. You've probably heard half the songs, but the other half are fantastic B-sides that you'll wonder why were missing from such CD's as the 25th A&M collection.
BTW, if you like this album, get Roger Hodgson's stuff.. When he left the band, you find songs like "Canonball".. I hate to say it, but Hodgson is the heart of supertramp, but he'll probably never return.. This is like Michael McDonald is the doobies, etc.. I guess thats what the 70s did to bands, and what led to the re-evolution of punk in the 90s.. I'd place Roger Hodgson and Todd Rundgren in the same class of singer-songwriters.. Again if you like Roger, you might like some of my favorites like Todd, Asia, Yes, and Level 42..