Saga - 20/20

7.3 | 11 votes |
Release date: 6 July 2012
Style: Progressive rock


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01. Six Feet Under
02. Anywhere You Wanna Go
03. Ellery
04. Spin It Again
05. Another Day Out Of Sight
06. One Of These Days
07. Ball And Chain
08. Lost For Words
09. Show And Tell
10. Till The Well Runs Dry

Michael Sadler - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards
Jim Gilmour - keyboards, vocals, clarinet, harmonica
Ian Crichton - guitar
Brian Doerner - drums, backing vocals
Mike Thorne - drums
Jim Crichton - bass, keyboards

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Saga's most recent album, entitled 20/20 marks the return of iconic vocalist Michael Sadler to "his" band. The musical direction is the same of previous albums dating from 1999 onwards. Ever since Full Circle, excluding the great The Human Condition, the band has maintained a constant musical direction that is very close to the sound of this album. The Human Condition itself is way heavier and progressive, personally I consider it the heaviest album ever made by this iconic band and it's definitely different from the albums that were released since 1999 with Sadler, it was a new breeze in the band's discography. With 20/20 the group returned to a more artistic and melodic sound that has been traditional in recent albums with Michael Sadler.

published 27.11.2012 | Comments (1)

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23.07.2012 - 02:12
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I was pleasantly surprised by this come back, the band delivers some great sonwriting and Michael Sadler is back!
24.08.2012 - 01:42
Rating: 7
I think it's an ok album, the band doesn't improve actually i feel the band "lowers the bar". 20/20 is in my opinion a pretty normal album for what they are used to do since 1999.

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