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  • Audio CD (July 17, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B007JGXQLI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #523,179 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Six Feet Under
2. Anywhere You Wanna Go
3. Ellery
4. Spin It Again
5. Another Day Out Of Sight
6. One Of These Days
7. Ball And Chain
8. Lost For Words
9. Show And Tell
10. Till The Well Runs Dry

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2012 album from the veteran Canadian Prog Rock band. Finally reunited with their original singer Michael Sadler, the band is stronger than ever. 20:20 has all that it takes to become an instant Progressive Rock classic. The album features 10 brand new songs, never missing the distinctive sound of Saga's legendary hits. The opener `Six Feet Under' features a dominant keyboard sound, roaring guitars and a chorus you can't get out of your head. Followed by the catchy, high energy driven `Anywhere You Wanna Go', Saga clarifies that their original trademark sound is still going strong. The emotional ballad `Lost For Words' once again demonstrates Sadler's incredible vocal range and charisma.

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20/20 is one Saga album I would introduce a new Saga listener to.
Gary Abshire
If I had to pick one song as the best it would be "Spin it Again" but only by a slim margin.
A. Koebel
This album will not disappoint Saga fans in Latin America and around the world.
jona

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ryan S. on July 25, 2012
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Albeit the year 2012, you would think we were all transported back to 1979 or 1980 with Saga's latest incarnation "20/20." Do not take this as a negative critique though. The majority of the most recent studio tracks could easily have been B-Sides from either the "Silent Knight" or "Images at Twilight" albums. Some fans say that this sound is old and they need to "evolve" with time. Well, remember when they did that in the late 1980's and the early 1990's? The results were less than memorable. I have each of their studio albums and for my money; their staple sound established in the late 1970's and early 1980's is the sound I prefer. When Saga creates sounds, melodies, drum beats, synthesizer crescendos and soaring guitar riffs that echo those of yesteryear, that is the place I want to be when I listen to their newer works. Obviously, the return of Sadler is no doubt a crucial element in the return to their iconic sound. Journey without Steve Perry and Yes without Jon Anderson are simply shells of bands that pretend to relive greater glories of day's past. Saga with Sadler can now continue forward and bring us all the sounds that the true fans have grown to appreciate and expect over the many years of their existence. "20/20" brings the true fan back to that day when they first heard Saga; no doubt it was "On the Loose" for many, as it was for me. Memorable tracks for me are "Anywhere You Wanna Go," "Spin It Again" and "Show and Tell." This new one will no doubt get countless plays from the cloud and from my USB flash drive in the car. So much so, my wife will be begging to listen to Yes or Genesis, and she is not even a fan of those bands.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John P. Baker on July 19, 2012
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The new Saga cd is incredible... Its great to have Michael Sadler back as the lead singer after taking a one album break from the band... This new cd is the best work the band has done since Worlds Apart!!! Musically, the band is better than ever...Of course there is a strong keyboard presence with Sadler back in the fold, but this is the best that Ian Crichton has sounded on Guitar since the aforementioned Worlds Apart album... Crichton totally just tears it up on this album...Saga isn't usually known for a lot of guitar solos, but 20/20 has lots of them and they are all great!!! The album starts off rockin' and ends rockin'...A couple of ballads thrown in for good measure but they are far from filler....If this Saga album would have been released in the 80's it would have sold at least a million copies!!!! Yes, it is that good!!! If you are a fan of the band this is a Must Have for your collection....If you are not a Saga fan, this would be an Awesome time to get on the bandwagon!!!This is an album that you listen to start to finish and it makes you feel good...Great energy and uplifting music!!!! You will not be disappointed.... Thank you for your time....
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By segra on August 27, 2012
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As a previous reviewer noted: "An excellent return to form", and I couldn't agree more. With the return of Michael Sadler, 20/20 is a must have for any SAGA/Prog Rock fan! Worlds Apart is still my fav, but this album has just shot up to 2nd.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Tamayo on July 24, 2012
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Legendary Canadian rockers remain faithful to their trademark sounds and ever-present sense of melody. 20/20 is a solid album and a very successful one in sounding both contemporary and commercial while at the same time incorporating elements that make SAGA such a unique musical force.

Virtuoso guitarist Ian Crichton shines throughout, as does vocalist Michael Sadler who returns after the band released an album without him (the only one in their long career). 20/20 also showcases a somewhat more aggressive rhythm section than SAGA usually delivers and this is a very welcomed ingredient thrown in this polished production.

Once more, SAGA pays tribute to the 1921 Physics Nobel Prize winner, Albert Einstein. This time though, it is not via a distinctly marked musical Chapter but with a portrait, a play on the album title and the recognized vision of this German genius.

Favorites tracks: Six Feet Under, Anywhere You Wanna Go, Till the Well Runs Dry, Ellery. Highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Boomerocity on September 24, 2012
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Canadian progressive rock band, SAGA, releases their 20th studio album, 20/20, in the U.S. on August 28th. While noteworthy in its own right, added excitement accompanies the release with the return of the band's original singer, Michael Sadler.

Founded in 1977, SAGA has toured the world multiple times, racking up over 8 million in album sales worldwide and winning oodles of awards. Their signature sound is marked by brilliant guitar riffs that are often harmonious with a synthesizer and incredibly intricate keyboard arrangements.

The title, 20/20, is an obvious reference to the album being the 20th release by SAGA. Parallel to that, it is also meant as a good luck wish to keyboardist/vocalist Jim Gilmour, who had to undergo an eye operation during SAGA's latest European tour. Oh, and, yes, his eyesight is, now, 20/20.

The album is packed ten brand new, brilliantly written and performed songs laden with SAGA's distinctive sound. The three randomly picked Boomerocity favorites from those ten are:

Without a doubt Anywhere You Wanna Go is a tune that definitely captures the mind as one listens to it over and over again. I love, love, love this song! It may just be me but I think the song has a vibe to it not too unlike Robert Plant's Heaven Knows. I'm sure that, when performed live, this will be a definite crowd pleaser.

Second on the list is the Queen-ish, Spin It Again. I can almost envision Freddie Mercury leaning over the rails of Heaven, wanting to come down one more time to sing along with Sadler on this one. Ian Crhichton's guitar work is better than ever. I catch myself pulling the song back to his solo to listen to the brilliance of his playing. This is one phenomenal tune!
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