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TRUST

Saga

 

Crossover Prog

3.80 | 122 ratings

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bloodless.but.inspired
4 stars Well, what to say about this masters with almost 30 years of trajectory. There is his new one, and I trusted them inmediatelly since I know "Trust" was the title of the record, because I know SAGA is warranty. And in fact, this album was risen from all the saga history to become one only modern and great record. The first time I listen to it, a few day ago, the fist tracks to captive me were, I'M OK!, which remembers me of the first SAGA era, maybe it's like some Silent Knight pieces, so beatufill with Gilmour shining on his piano, a really great song, and of course the one that gives the title, TRUST, a rock oriented song, strong, it makes you wanna stand up inmediatelly when the chorus arrives, the other was the first single at the moment, I'm talking 'bout It's Your Life, rocker too, with a typical SAGA's riff style, full of the band's personality on all the composition, and the new drummer Brian Droener has adapted himself too well to it, and the other one, near to the finish, was you were right, it really suprised me too much, I love this song, it sounds like all the early saga albums in one, even including the disapointing Steel Umbrellas in some riff, but with amazing vocal work from Mr. Sadler everywhere and pianos and Ian arrangements. Most of the other songs liked me too, but I must admit I have to listen too it al few more times to get deeper in them because I'm new with this record. But I'm able to make this review and to tell everyone fan or not-fan, this is the best record since House Of Cards no doubt, a great effort, you can't miss this piece of excelent music, so go and GET IT!!!
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