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Artist: Saint

Title: Saint

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Category: Melodic Rock / AOR

Year: 2006

Label: Retrospect Records

Catalog Number: RR-211

Personnel

Mark Stimac Guitars, Lead Vocals
Cam Williams Guitars, Keyboards, Lead Vocals
Joel Andreas Bass, Vocals
Ben Nyman Drums, Percussion

Originally released in 1984

Tracks

1.  Desperate Times  
2.  Million Miles  
3.  Don't Stop  
4.  Nightmare  
5.  Silent Love Affair  
6.  I Was A Fool  
7.  Everything You Do  
8.  Here Comes The Feeling  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: December 27, 2006 at 15:54
Saint is a Classic and Megarare AOR band this album is Great, bah que puedo decir un Seņor album y pa colmo es de un aņo de la trilogia que junto al 85 y 86 no existira mejor epoca para el Rock en general desde AOR pasando por el Hard Rock Heavy Metal e incluso el Pop asi de simple que no daria por haberme quedado atrapado de por viva en esos aņos, este un album completo de principio a fin muy en la onda Journey, ahora gracias a Retrospect podran disfrutar de este Superclasico escondido 9/10.

From: sanxdowntherainbow Date: January 6, 2007 at 20:20
Superb AOR by SAINT, this one kicks ass big time!! Desperate Times Is the best fukkin' song I've ever heard. When I discovered that it was not listed on HH, i just had to submit it man! Marc Stimac vocals are very powerful he can sing his ass off! Got get this one as faster as u can! If u like this masterpiece, u will like PREVIEW,FM,THE BLITZ,BRINX,(another ultra lost gem released by rectrospect). 10/10 If Find it.... BUY IT!!

From: Remastered Reason Date: February 11, 2007 at 14:50
Indeed...this one cranks. Big vocals, keys, guitars, drums, & harmonies. All the elements are there to enjoy a long lost 80's Pomp/AOR album.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 17, 2010 at 15:07
This band was big influenced by early Styx and Yes i supposed as the sound has some remicenses of both bands that's why is Pomp AOR.."Million Miles" is a good song along with "Don't Stop" that has a big time chorus,then the songs "Silent Love Affair" & "I Was A Fool" does the same especially Silent Love Affair that has a nice chorus too..and to finish the highlights "Here Comes The Feeling" being this one that has more HR spark to it than any other song on the album.In my personal opinion this is just a decent album with good songs perhaps more appealing to Pomp Rockers.80/100

From: gregmanimal Date: June 26, 2012 at 7:48
This one rocks hard! Great vocals, guitars, melodies etc. Still looking for a vinyl copy....


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