Retrospectacle – The Supertramp Anthology, also known as Gold in the U.S., is the first comprehensive compilation album by progressive rock band Supertramp, released in October 2005.
As Supertramp's first career retrospective, Retrospectacle contains a compilation of the most popular songs, live tracks and favourite album tracks from all of their albums Supertramp, Indelibly Stamped, Crime of the Century, Crisis? What Crisis?, Even in the Quietest Moments, Breakfast in America, Paris, ...Famous Last Words..., Brother Where You Bound, Free as a Bird, Some Things Never Change, It Was The Best Of Times and Slow Motion. It was released as either a single disc or a double album.
Also, Retrospectacle marks the first appearance on an album of the single "Land Ho" and its B-side"Summer Romance". The version of "Land Ho" used on the compilation is the 1975 remix which the band intended to use on Crisis? What Crisis? but left off at the last minute, while "Summer Romance" is the original mix from the single. "Land Ho" was later rerecorded by Roger Hodgson for his 1987 solo album Hai Hai (with new lyrics).
Classic Rock ranked Retrospectacle the 12th greatest compilation album of 2005. Disks 9/10 Insert 9/10 Case 9/10 Disk has seen some prior use and there are a few very minor markings on the playing surface. Manual is uncreased and unmarked having seen slight use. Case has been somewhat scuffed.