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Artist: Saga

Title: Marathon

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Category: Pomp/ Prog

Year: 2003

Label: SPV

Catalog Number: 085-74822-P


Michael Sadler Vocals, Keyboards
Steve Negus Drums
Jim Crichton Bass, Keyboards
Jim Gilmour Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Ian Crichton Guitars


1.  Marathon  4:59
2.  How Are You?  5:22
3.  Breathing Lessons  4:25
4.  Hands Up  3:44
5.  Streets Of Gold (Chapter 14)  5:11
6.  Blind Side Of The Heart  4:35
7.  Return To Forever  4:26
8.  You Know I Know (Chapter 12)  4:36
9.  Too Deep  4:21
10.  Rise & Shine  3:32
11.  Worlds Apart (Chapter 16)  6:10
Total Running Time:  51:21

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From: Jez Date: October 10, 2005 at 11:32
After 'Full Circle' &'House Of Cards', this initially struck me as the band treading water and was to my ears a bit of a rehash of the aforementioned albums. After a few spins the songs became more familiar & everything sunk into, although I still don't enjoy it as much as I usually do with most of Saga's stuff & I absolutely love this band with a passion (Pleasure & Pain being the one slight blip). This still has some quality stuff onboard, but it doesn't get the blood pumping like it should.

From: Nick C Date: October 10, 2005 at 16:08
You know what Jez with all these new comments for the Saga albums I reckon your gearing yourself up in anticipation of the Chapters Live release....I'll wager Wotty one of his pens that he's won off the radio you are!!!! I have to agree with your review of this CD though - it takes a few spins for it to sink in...but nowhere near as many as Gen 13. Thankfully I persevered on them both with a little encouragement from thyself for Gen13 and I really enjoy them both. Pleasure and Pain though nope!

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From: Jez Date: October 10, 2005 at 16:49
Nick - Certainly am mate - It's out this week I think???

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 17, 2015 at 16:46
Decent Record of this legendary Canadian Prog Rock act...tracks 2,3(nice),5,6(nice),9 & 11 are good songs for sure...85/100

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