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CD Reviews
10,000 Days
Review by Gary Hill
This CD should please long time fans of Saga. There’s not really a lot of surprises here, the disc feels like classic music from the band, but when it’s this good, who cares?


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20/20
Review by Alison Reijman
Saga have always been one of the most intelligent and musically adept bands in a career spanning 35 years which has seen more than its fair share of highs and lows along the way.

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Heads or Tales Live
Review by Gary Hill
The concept of performing an album in its entirety is nothing new. That’s the idea behind this release.

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Saga
Review by Scott Prinzing
I was first introduced to Saga by seeing their video of “Don't Be Late (Chapter 2)” from their sophomore release, Silent Knight, on MTV of all places! 

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Sagacity
Review by Gary Hill
The first disc of this two CD set is a brand new album from Saga.

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Spin It Again: Live in Munich
Review by Gary Hill
Saga is such a cool band. And, with Michael Sadler back, it’s the original voice.

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The Human Condition
Review by Julie Knispel
This is Saga reborn for the later end of the 21st century’s first decade.
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Trust
Review by Lorraine Kay
Saga outdid themselves on this, their latest studio CD. After 30 years they have not lost any freshness in their music.
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Worlds Apart Revisited
Review by Gary Hill
If the only track you've ever heard by Saga is “On The Loose” you probably don't realize that they are really a prog band. Certainly they lean often times toward more mainstream pop rock, but there is plenty of real prog in the mix.
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DVD Reviews
Saga - Silhouette DVD
Review by Gary Hill
As an American, Saga always seemed to be a one hit wonder band known for the track "On The Loose" that was in fairly heavy rotation in the early days of MTV.
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Saga - Spin It Again BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
What an awesome product this is!

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Related Articles
Michael Sadler
Review by Lorraine Kay
Interview with Michael Sadler of Saga from 2006
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Alan Simon - Big Bang
Review by Gary Hill

The newest disc from Alan Simon, this is another strong one. It has a lot of the melodic progressive rock sounds that are the mainstay of so much of his career.


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Michael Sadler - Clear
Review by Josh Turner
The albums being released from Prog Rock Records these days exhibit exceptional production. This is by no means an exception.
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Alan Simon - Excalibur IV: The Dark Age of the Dragon
Review by Gary Hill
This is the newest CD from Alan Simon. Simon is a French artist who has been releasing powerful rock operas like this one for a long time.
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Lisa LaRue/2KX - Fast and Blue
Review by Mark Johnson

2KX is the permanent band formed from the recent international prog endeavor, Lisa LaRue Project 2K9.


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JJ Chardeau - In Terra Cognita? The Music Of The Rock Opera “Magical Musical Man”
Review by Gary Hill

This is an intriguing set. Most of the lyrics are in languages other than English.


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Various Artists - Popoff Archive 2: Progressive Rock written by Martin Popoff
Review by Greg Olma
The music world has many characters who work behind the scenes, from producers to engineers to marketing people (and many more). 

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Roswell Six - Terra Incognita: A Line in the Sand
Review by Gary Hill
I continue to be astounded with the quality of music coming out in 2010.

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Lisa LaRue - The Lisa LaRue Collection
Review by G. W. Hill

A retrospective looking back at Lisa LaRue’s music, somehow this disc reminds me at times of Jonathan Elias’ Requiem for the Americas album.


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