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The Very Best of Saga

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DVOD-1, the first DVD from Voivod, covers the original line-up period (1983-1991). Included are all the 80s videos, plus rare live and studio performances of classic Voivod songs. From the start, their goal was to sound completely unique and incorporate

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  • Saga… One of the unsung REAL one-hit-wonder-flock-of-seagulls-wannabees-bands of the 80’s. I had SO forgotten all the other underground stuff from the band, but I really did only buy the album for two songs: Wind Him Up, and On the Loose. Neither disappointed, especially since I hadn’t heard anything but crappy MP3’s since the early days of Napster. I really missed all of the other stuff too, I just didn’t remember, until I heard them all again!

    I simply can’t find anything wrong with the album… The recording quality certainly reflects the technology of the day, but the track selections are really some of the best stuff the band ever did. I can say that I do, indeed recommend it.

    Posted on February 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • My band “Art in America” originally released in 1983 had this album art.

    Chris FlynnArt in America

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  • Over the years, Saga has given us some great music but I can’t understand how an album can be called “The Very Best of Saga” and not include the song “Don’t Be Late”! I believe that a good number of Saga fans would agree. It’s nice to have the haunting “You & the Night” and the catchy “What Do I Know” included but you just can’t leave out “Don’t Be Late”.

    Posted on February 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I grumbled about buying this collection for just one or two songs, but the disc is packed with great hits I didn’t know were Saga. Good job, and I dig the handsome packaging.

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  • “The Very Best Of Saga” is most likely the best Saga compilation you will find. All of the U.S. hits are here, although I wish they would’ve included the album track “Amnesia”.

    Posted on February 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now