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Label: Metal Blade Records
Catalog Number: 3984-14076-2
|5.||On the Run|
|6.||Twisted Little Sister|
|7.||Living for the Night|
|9.||Out on the Streets|
|10.||Lady in Disguise|
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|From: Ardian||Date: August 3, 2003 at 10:49|
|This is the 1994 reissue of Savatage's debut LP 'Sirens'. It's much rawer compared to their later releases, but still worth getting to hear the band's early sound. The last two tracks 'Lady In Disguise' and 'The Message' are bonus tracks, lifted from pre 'Fight For The Rock' demo sessions. The 2002 silver reissue contains different bonuses, from 'Gutter Ballet' demos. PS: Johnny Lee Middleton hadn't joined the band yet on this album. The bassist was Keith Collins.|
|From: Great Dane||Date: August 21, 2003 at 2:33|
|10/10..........All the way|
|From: Savaholic||Date: January 24, 2004 at 3:32|
|I love this album. Total classic Savatage/Avatar sound!|
|From: AHUEA||Date: January 14, 2005 at 11:04|
|very raw, not the best debut, but sirens is a killer track|
|From: CS2007||Date: November 5, 2007 at 15:01|
|An excellent debut from an excellent band. Songs such as "Holocaust", "I Believe", "Living For the Night", and the title track are superb early 80s metal. "Out on the Streets" is a very good ballad with excellent lead work towards the end. This is the second best Savatage album, behind Hall of the Mountain King. The Metal Blade Silver Anniversary Edition contains bonus tracks "Target" and "Living on the Edge of Time", as well as an untitled acoustic guitar piece. Excellent album.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: May 23, 2011 at 22:12|
|Brilliant debut!!!...Savatage was ready 2 take the world by storm!!!...with the powerful Oliva brothers!!!..."Sirens" is a great piece of music,one of their best songs ever,"Holocaust","I Believe","Rage"(kick a**),"Living For The Night"(kick a** too),"Out On The Streets"(nice and catchy) & "The Message"(great!)...in general lines we have to thank these guys for putting up through all the years wonderful music...93/100|
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