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20/20 [CD+DVD, Special Edition]

Saga Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (9 July 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD, Special Edition
  • Label: earMUSIC
  • ASIN: B007JGXW0S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,734 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
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
Disc: 2
1. Bonus disc containing 25 minute Behind The Scenes documentary of SAGA's autumn tour rehearsals.

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This deluxe edition also includes a bonus disc featuring a behind-the-scenes documentary of Saga's autumn tour rehearsals.

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Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It'll grow on you! 24 Aug 2012
By jhc
Format:Audio CD
Repeat listenings will reward the unconvinced.
This is definitely an album that grows on you. 'Six feet under' is a cracking opening track and 'Anywhere you wanna go' has a chorus that you will find difficult to get out of your head. 'Ball and chain' & 'Lost for words' show just why SAGA needed Michael Sadler back in the fold.
While this is unlikely to attract many new fans, there's enough here to satisfy the SAGA die-hards.
An underrated band for many years in this country. The Continent, and Germany in particular, have taken the band to their hearts, which is a shame because that's where you'll have to go if you want to see them live.
If you're a SAGA fan you won't be disappointed with this offering - buy!
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4.0 out of 5 stars With Hindisight... 26 July 2012
By R. Muir
Format:Audio CD
In January 2011 singer Michael Sadler returned to Saga, three and a half years after stepping away from the band that had been his musical home for three decades.
The Canadian melodic prog-rockers had replaced Sadler with vocalist Rob Moratti and, although they toured with Moratti and released The Human Condition in 2009, reaction was mixed.
But with good reason...

Michael Sadler has one of the most distinct voices in rock, a vocal style both dramatic and melodic and is very much part of the SAGA sound.
Sadler is also an original founding member of the band, a principle songwriter within the group and had been the voice of the band from their 1978 self-titled debut to 10,000 Days later, in 2007.
Truth be told, it simply wasn't SAGA without him.

Sadler's return to the fold also marks the reunion of the classic Saga quartet - Jim Crichton (bass, keyboards) Ian Crichton (guitars), Jim Gilmour (keyboards, vocals) and Sadler.
In the percussive department drummer Mike Thorne now sits behind the kit, having replaced Brian Doerner whose six year tour of Saga duty ended last November.

The best Saga albums have always opened with strong musical statements of intent and `Six Feet Under' certainly fits the sonic bill, declaring loudly and clearly that Saga, and the Saga signature sound, are back.

From a pulsing synth beat and atmospheric background keys the song kicks in to high melodic gear. It's an archetypal, vibrant up-tempo Saga number with trademark Ian Crichton guitar riffs and lead runs over the keyboard layers of Jim Gilmour.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 20/20 at 360o 14 July 2012
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
After all that hallaballoo of Mr. Sadler's farewell SAGA made a 180 degrees turn, recruiting Rob Moratti as singer, Sadler is *already* back. After just one live 'revisitation' album (Heads or Tales Live -- BUY Heads Or Tales: Live -- A SENATIONALLY GOOD RENDERING!) and the studio album Human Condition, Mr. Sadler has now returned as the lead singer with the band's 20th studio album. Moratti's voice is arguably the most beautiful voice on the rock scene, and Sadler's is, arguably, the most expressive. Sadler sings his lyrics in way resembling an actor or a fine opera singer (sans the operatic voice!), rather like Bon Scott of early AC/DC or Syd Barrett of early Pink Floyd. His lyrics, albeit sometimes, after 20 albums, seeming a bit cliche-esque, usually convince the listener as being profound and important. Sadler always has something interesting to say, and I have always pondered and assimilated his every word.

This is not just my subjective opinion -- there are many ways to be a good singer, and SAGA's 360 degrees turn from Sadler and back proves the point: To sing beautifully, like Pavarotti or Roberto Alanga, you rely heavily on the vowels and let them swell, say forever, like Moratti does. But what Bon Scott and Michael Sadler -- but few other rock singers seem to -- understand is that if you want to make a story come alive, it's all in the syllables and the consonants. Sadler's trademark -- for that is what it is -- is his unique ability to engage. Now: What more do you need to engage a listener of rock music? You already know them: You need Jim, Jim, Ian and Brian.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 20/20 in 2012. 9 July 2012
By Agma
Format:Audio CD
Those who were caught-off guard by the good but unriveting album, The human condition; will undoubtably welcome the arrival of 20/20 more than any other. As far as the Saga brand goes, the five decades that have past us by, in-which the band has been constantly proactive in making new albums; much has changed in their scope of music over time but the core ingredients of what made Saga albums Saga has always been rather consistent. Only a couple of late eighties and early nineties albums saw the quality control of the songwriting- slip resulting in some poorer efforts arising. Never-the-less more recent Saga has seen more uncertain times with the departure of the well-loved vocal pipe & frontman Michael Sadler. His return to the band has obviously re-ignited some great band creativity back in the studio to result in this better and more fitting successor to the very excellent 10,000 days in 2007.

These songs have a tenuously water-tight fabric quality about them that reflects a great up-tempo, sound and feel good-vibe toward you that maintains the perfect element of the rock and pop balance. Ultimately, the cohesiveness of the package and the very dedicated approach here across the board has meant that the 10-strong tracklisting here, have the immediate and long-term potential to stand out in the saga chronology to become iconic prog rock classics. There are of course a few songs that lean more toward the radio-commercial/ appeal but this could apply to two maybe three songs as the vast majority of this, sounds very genuine; very "Saga-like" anthems to these ears.
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