|Product Code:||6302 057|
|Artist:||Status Quo |
|Genre:||Classic Rock , Rock U|
Smart clean vinyl with a good cover showing minor shelf wear.
Just Supposin' is the thirteenth album by Status Quo. Co-produced by the group and John Eden, it was recorded at Windmill Lane Studios, Dublin. Released on 17 October 1980, it entered the UK albums chart at number 4.
Three tracks were issued as singles the same year, "What You're Proposing", and a double A-side, "Lies"/"Don't Drive My Car". At the end of 1981 an edited version of another track, the uncharacteristic ballad "Rock 'n' Roll", appeared as a single after the release of Quo's subsequent album Never Too Late. It was a prolific recording session, which included enough material for Never Too Late, released only five months later.
"Over the Edge" was co-written by bass player Alan Lancaster and Keith Lamb, lead singer of British bands The Case, Sleepy Talk and Mr. Toad, and founder and lead singer of Australia's successful glam rock band Hush.
The cover art work features the launch phase of a UGM-84 Harpoon submarine missile