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An exceptionally successful rock group or one formed by musicians already famous from playing in other groups.
- ‘All too often in the case of supergroups, the resulting whole is less than the sum of its parts.’
- ‘Unlike its German counterparts' stereotypical efficiency and precise work methods, however, the Finnish supergroup is more loose, prolific, and soulful.’
- ‘Yes, the alt.rock supergroup were able to sell out the Toronto stop on their current tour supporting their upcoming sophomore disc.’
- ‘Great law firms or design companies don't spring up overnight, like rock supergroups that decide to get together one weekend.’
- ‘The thing about side-project supergroups is that they're rarely as good as the member's real bands - definitely not the case here.’
- ‘Considering the strengths of the individual projects of this supergroup's members this is a lacklustre collaborative effort.’
- ‘Think of some of the world's most famous supergroups and you can't help but wince.’
- ‘The problem with this record, besides barely ticking the odometer over 40 minutes despite featuring a 15-minute jam track at the end, is that it comes from a supergroup, and for a supergroup it's kinda lacking.’
- ‘In blurbs of press in newspapers and magazines, you'll inevitably find the words ‘Canadian indie-pop supergroup,’ usually in the header.’
- ‘These five artists could form a reasonably average supergroup.’
- ‘On the surface, they seem like one of those typical, progressive rock supergroup offshoots where each band member gets to show off their instrumental prowess.’
- ‘We don't to be some kind of rock supergroup for the sake of being a supergroup.’
- ‘Instead, it's just another reminder that as rock supergroups go, the whole often measures up to a little bit less than the sum of its parts.’
- ‘While we enjoy the insights and backstage stories that those around the supergroup can provide, it would have been nice to have more input from the members themselves.’
- ‘Thankfully, for rock music, Bruce stayed at home and in 1966 formed Cream, the first of the real supergroups.’
- ‘Mostly though, this's exploratory, passionate jazz that's made with love and skill by four singular talents; a supergroup in the truest sense of the word.’
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