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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1986

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Too Much To Lose 4:38
2 The Flyer 3:37
3 How Long 3:58
4 What Do I Know ? 3:37
5 Time's Up 4:08
6 Take A Chance 3:50
7 On The Loose 4:12
8 Catwalk 4:24
9 Scratching The Surface 5:26
10 Help Me Out 5:50
11 Wind Him Up 5:48

Line-up / Musicians

- Michael Sadler / vocals, keyboards, bassguitar
- Jim Crichton / bassguitar, keyboards
- Ian Crichton / guitars
- Steve Negus / drums
- Jim Gilmour / keyboards, vocals
- Peter Rochon / keyboards

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3 stars This is the first ever compilation album of Saga. It was released in 1986 and marks the end of the first period of the band. This album focuses more on the singles the band put out, and adds two longer progtracks (Too Much to Loose and Help Me Out). It's a nice compilation, but it offers noth ... (read more)

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