Saga - Worlds Apart CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

3.63 | 182 ratings

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1 stars I am truly sorry to announce - I really tried to listen to this record several times and still fail to find where exactly it is prog-related. For the most part I don't find it even rock-related. Cheesy pop sound typical of the 80s, unintereseting tunes, typical overblown 80s pop vocals, feeble and failing guitar attempts at coming at least close to something rock-like etc. Only on two tracks things get more interesting - The Interview and Conversations, which actually contain some proggish turns. Another listenable track is the closing No Stranger. And that's it. I've heard 6 of Saga's albums and this is exactly what I can say about most of them. Two exceptions being the recent Trust and Human Condition. This here has no more reason to be reviewed on a progrock site than say Depeche Mode or Alphaville.
Pampa | 1/5 |


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