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Behaviour

4.5 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Listen To Your Heart
  2. Take A Chance
  3. What Do I Know?
  4. Misbehaviour
  5. Nine Lives Of Miss Midi
  6. You And The Night
  7. Out Of The Shadows
  8. Easy Way Out
  9. Promises
  10. Here I Am
  11. (Goodbye) Once Upon A Time


Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 16, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bonaire Records/Ka
  • ASIN: B000001QIH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #648,034 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
If you are a SAGA fan you MUST own this record! (I could stop here). Recorded in the days when MTV started to kill the integrity of music, Behaviour is (arguably) THE Saga album. It gushes of sincerity and the aforementioned and now long gone integrity!! World's Apart, which should be taught in school, gets the credit for being THE Saga album, however.
We all have a handfull of records where we love every song- Behaviour is one of those records!! Queen The Game has a similiar vibe to Behaviour, a variety of styles that work well as a whole. Do you know how hard that is to do musically!?! To mention a couple songs: Misbehaviour and Here I Am are riffy rockers w/ a killer groove while What Do I Know, You and the Night and Listen to Your Heart are softer and more thoughtful but still pack a nice punch. Out of the Shadows and (Goodbye) Once Upon A Time are gorgeous epics!
Misbehaviour is the work of a band that sadly never got their due credit in America and really needs to be heard. Their follow up Wildest Dreams continues their poppier direction very nicely as well. Do yourself a favor a grab this one- you'll sit there dumbfounded w/ your mouth open as I did after 5 listens in a row!
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I had always been a fan of WORLDS APART, but when I heard BEHAVIOR, I would have to say it is even better. WORLDS APART had it all: hard-rocking vocals, wonderful melodies & excellent track sequence. BEHAVIOR is all that, plus the added experience of a band that has played together for several more years before recording these tracks. They are much more polished and the songs are an incredible tribute to their talent. The first time I heard this CD, I was not crazy about it, but after listening to it numerous times, you realize what a masterpiece it actually is. I would recommend this CD to any SAGA fan.
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Saga�s music has always contained a lovely strand of melancholia, due in no small part to Michael Sadler�s haughty, sonorous vocals. Much has been made of Saga�s change in direction on this album: a shift towards something poppier and less pretentious than before. For me, the stripped-down electro-pop approach worked beautifully. When Sadler sings What Do I Know, Take A Chance and You And The Night, he sings of a wounded heart and with the accompaniment of lovely bleating keyboards, the effect is devastating. Behaviour was my personal soundtrack in �85 and �86, and listening now � and remembering the pain and anguish of a broken relationship I find the tears still flow as if it were yesterday. Quintessential, quasi-perfect, heartwrenching stuff.
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The first three mainstream Saga albums are some of the albums I would "take on a desert island". This is one of THE greatest jam albums and I always listen to it when I want to rock! Unfortunately the general public doesn't know good music and therefore Saga has always had a hard time trying to crack the american market. This is my second favorite Saga album, right after "Worlds Apart" and followed closely by their newest album (1999) "Full Circle". I'll never understand how people can not get into Saga. This album is damn-near perfect from the one song I heard on the rock stations, "What Do I Know?", to their tremendous finale song, "(Goodbye) Once Upon A Time". Along the way they have some real gems, "Out Of The Shadows", "Easy Way Out", and "Here I Am". Anyone not familiar with this album should check it out. I have many fond memories surrounding this album, mainly because over the years I must have listened to it a million times. A lot of Saga fans think that this is one of their poorest albums but I think anyone who likes "Worlds Apart" should like "Behavior". Some may think that Saga sold out with this album because they talk about love and relationships but that's not the case. Saga's lyrics always are profound and analytical but this is a concept album and it deals exactly with what it's titled.Anyone who agrees or disagrees should contact me at LUVFABFOUR@webtv.net. We'll talk about it.
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Saga is the band that probably opened the path to the neo-prog genre. Their music was sympho-oriented until the beginning of the 80's, then became more synthetic, but still featuring great songs. This album belongs to the second phase described above, and is IMHO Saga's swansong. Bombast added to dramatic voices make for a very enjoyable album. If you are looking for an album in the vein of Rush's 'Power windows' or Marillion's 'Misplaced childhood', you should purchase this one. Believe me, this is a true masterpiece.
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Format: Audio CD
I LOVE THIS CD! Saga is one of my most favorite bands, next to Rush.This cd,always makes my day.Whatever mode I'm in, it hits the spot! Michael Sadler's voice is unbelievable.I have ALL of Saga's cd's, and this is the BEST!
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By A Customer on March 22, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I am an early fan of this group (since 1981) and have nearly all the albums released, but this one is for me the best. It was the last album prduced before the split of the band, and i like all the songs in this album.
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