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Nearly 30 years after their self titled debut album, Canadian melodic/prog rock legends, Saga are back to offer their amazing new studio album, Trust. Trust once again delivers that trademark Saga sound; progressive rock chops combined with memorable, radio-friendly melodies. Trust was recorded in Saga's home country of Canada, which proved to be as inspiring to the recording process as England was for their hugely successful classic album, Worlds Apart. Trust is a feast for all fans of classic, melodic and progressive rock and is sure to please the die-hard Saga fan base. The fantastic cover artwork was done by the multiple award-winning Hungarian artist, Bal zs P pay. The Special Edition of Trust comes packaged in a lavish digipak with a bonus DVD featuring the making of the album.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. That’s As Far As I’ll Go 4:36
  2. Back To The Shadows 5:16
  3. I’m OK 5:36
  4. Time To Play 3:31
  5. My Friend 3:19
  6. Trust 5:44
  7. It’s Your Life 4:10
  8. Footsteps In The Hall 3:25
  9. Ice In The Rain 5:01
  10. You Were Right 4:05
  11. On The Other Side 4:56


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 15, 2012)
  • Special ed. edition
  • Original Release Date: May 15, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition, Special Edition
  • Label: Inside Out Music
  • ASIN: B000F0UZZA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #208,377 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Jeffrey G. Stevenson on June 14, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is really a strong release from the band. I have recently dove "head first" into this band after watching their Silouette DVD...I was hooked to say the least. My first thoughts after watching the dvd was, HEY, this is good stuff and HOW have I not been exposed to this by now (there are very few progressive-rock CDs I don't own or have at least heard). Over the past two months, I have aquired approx. 70% of their releases, with the exception of 'Wildest Dreams', 'Begginer's Guide...', 'Steel Umbrellas', 'Full Circle' and 'Marathon'. Besides their first four releases (which are all essential prog/rock/pop listening), I find their most recent releases most enjoyable--- 'Network', 'House of Cards', and 'Trust'. I also REALLY like 'Behavior'(after repeated listens), and the majority of 'Security of Illusion'. I must also say that I am among the minority who feel that 'Worlds Apart' is NOT their "defining" album, although it IS a great album. As for this release, it will be getting it's "fair share" in my player...many of the songs here will be left "spinning" in your memory/head, most notably, '...as Far as I will Go', 'I'm OK', 'Back to the Shadows', 'Footsteps in the Hall' among others. Be aware, however, that with most Saga albums (and most albums in general), there are usually a couple of "throw-away" tracks...and I feel this release is no exception...however, I would not call "those" tracks bad songs. All in All, I'm quite amazed that an "aging" band could produce an album of this calibur with fresh sounding songs and arrangements and the musicianship that is associated with this band. 'Trust' is strongly recommended and I will personally be awaiting their next release! P.S. I recieved the "limited" version with bonus "making of" DVD which is cool but not essential, as it lasts only 15 minutes or so.
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The canadian band has done it again. This got to be the best efort since 'Worlds Apart'. The album kicks off with "That's as Far as I Go" with heavy synth lead . "Footsteps " is a flashback of the 'Silent Knight' album, awesome track. "Ice in the Rain " classic Saga keyboard/synth. 'You Were Right' Ian guitar riff is fantastic, great catchy tune.

This is the first Saga album i truly love fron start to end in more than fifteen years. 'Trust' has that old sound that Saga is famous for. This is one of the best progressive rock albums of 2006.
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Canadian prog rockers Saga have been around for nearly 30 years, and Trust is their brand new album that sees them both perfecting their established sound and adding in new elements. The result is an album rich in melody and dynamic in production. Michael Sadler's vocals are incredible; the man seems to get better and better, while Jim Gilmour absolutely steals the show on keyboards and backing vocals. It's been a long time since he pulled out so many varied sounds out of his keyboard, opting for expressive atmospherics and some of his finest lead work in years.

Joining the band is new drummer Brian Doerner, who does a great job on the melodically driven "Back to the Shadows", which touches on AOR, pop, rock, and even the band's earlier prog releases, with excellently performed multi-vocal harmonies, both guitar and synth solos, and millions of keyboard-generated melodies overdubbed by three of the five members. The piano playing on "I'm OK" is agile and finds Saga going back to their earlier symphonic roots, highlighting Sadler's brilliant vocals. The guitar work on this song recalls Neal Schon on the first Journey album, utilising lots of tapping harmonics that are surrounded by sweet synth tones.

There is so much diversity here. The intense sound effects on "That's As Far As I'll Go"; the blues licks on "Time to Play"; the ballady acoustic number "My Friend" (complete with woodwind players); or the retro-prog heard on "On the Other Side" all contain elements that would normally never be combined on prog albums. But it's the Saga guys' years of experience and ear for melody and arrangement that blends everything together, where heavy, rumbling bass lines are juxtaposed with AOR-tinged vocals, acoustic interludes, and staggering interplay between guitars and keyboards.
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This is an incredible new CD from SAGA. I found myself listening to this over and over again on a long road trip. Great instrumentals throughout the CD and the prog tinged rock keeps the listener's interest. These guys continue to impress and have not run out of gas. Highly recommended for the music. The bonus DVD is worthless and almost led me to dock a star- "The Making of Trust" is short and gives little insight into this terrific music.
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Being a Saga fan enamored in the first 4 albums, anything the band has released since has not measured up in my view. Seems we all like different things in how we rate our favorite Saga. Being a fan of pomp AOR with warm synths and stabbing guitar riffs, early Saga was pure heaven to me, especially Silent Knight (their definitive masterpiece in my opinion). I loved Worlds Apart for it's commercial hooks and fabulous production, but the lush pomp keyboard sound started taking a back seat to quirky prog pop arrangements. I must add that I believe the only real missteps along the way to be Steel Umbrellas and Pleasure and the Pain. Generally Saga couldn't make a bad album if they tried.

Now Trust is fabulous return to form, some songs instant and memorable, others growers. The production is one hell of a lot better than Marathon, House of Cards and Full Circle. An honorable mention must go to the artwork, simply gorgeous and so appropriate for a Saga record (albeit a butterfly rather than an alien dragonfly). This special edition comes in a stunning tri-fold digipak. A lot of thought and care went into the production of this album and it shows. The making of DVD is nothing more than some fluff interviews with Sadler and guitarist Crichton, but the latter's ghost track video to the song Trust shows just how effortlessly maestro he really is.

A great album that for me (up to 20/20) ranks up there with the first four.
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