Saxon - Destiny


6.6 | 109 votes |
Release date: 1988
Style: New wave of British heavy metal

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01. Ride Like The Wind [Christopher Cross cover]
02. Where The Lightning Strikes
03. I Can't Wait Anymore
04. Calm Before The Storm
05. S.O.S. (Too Bad)
06. Song For Emma
07. For Whom The Bell Tolls
08. We Are Strong
09. Jericho Siren
10. Red Alert
11. I Can't Wait Anymore [12' Mix] [2010 remastered edition bonus]
12. Rock The Nations [Live At Hammersmith] [2010 remastered edition bonus]
13. Broken Heroes [Live in Madrid] [2010 remastered edition bonus]
14. Gonna Shout [Live in Madrid] [2010 remastered edition bonus]
15. Ride Like The Wind [Monitor Mix] [2010 remastered edition bonus]
16. For Whom The Bell Tolls [Monitor Mix][2010 remastered edition bonus]

Staff review by
omne metallum
Rating:
7.0
Oh, THAT record...

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01.05.2013 - 06:31
Lião
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That keyboard adds a great epic atmosphere for this album. Tracks 3 & 4 are powerfull.
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28.05.2013 - 15:51
Rating: 8
monur

This album deserves 8 or i am an idiot.
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30.01.2017 - 01:08
Bad English
Tage Westerlund
No wonder why metal died as mainstream says in 90's
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13.02.2020 - 19:57
Rating: 5
Metal Rambo

Easily the weakest album Saxon has ever done, mildly entertaining at best. By this time the cheesy charm of Innocence had already worn off and the whole pop metal thing was running out of steam fast. Good thing they went back to their roots.
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You've got a lot of guts. Let's see what they look like.
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20.07.2020 - 17:25
Rating: 7
I like this one for some reason, up to this point I find it to be one of the more coherent Saxon records and it's jam packed with delight hooks and every song has a own charm. It's not a excellent record though as it's comes out a bit lightweight in repeated listens but still for those who like AOR I think it is a no brainer. I however, and probably every one else, think it was a good idea for Saxon from the next album and ownard to focus fully on hard rock and heavy metal.
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And what do you call assassins who accuse assassins anyway, my friend?
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