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Vinyl LP pressing. When Saga brought out their 14th studio album House of Cards in February 2001, their fans realized only a few bars into the opening track 'God Knows' that, following the highly successful predecessor Full Circle (1999), the band had come up with another offering in their very own great tradition. God Knows features all the classic Saga attributes, from Ian Crichton's unique riff and solo guitars to Jim Gilmour's frequent synchronous keyboard parts and frontman Michael Sadler's haunting melodies. These thumbprints also apply to the subsequent The Runaway with it's lyrics about the novel fascination of the Internet, as well as the progressively rocking 'That's How We Like It!' and 'Always There', with it's acoustic guitar parts.
Vinyl LP pressing. When Saga brought out their 14th studio album House of Cards in February 2001, their fans realized only a few bars into the opening track 'God Knows' that, following the highly successful predecessor Full Circle (1999), the band had come up with another offering in their very own great tradition. God Knows features all the classic Saga attributes, from Ian Crichton's unique riff and solo guitars to Jim Gilmour's frequent synchronous keyboard parts and frontman Michael Sadler's haunting melodies. These thumbprints also apply to the subsequent The Runaway with it's lyrics about the novel fascination of the Internet, as well as the progressively rocking 'That's How We Like It!' and 'Always There', with it's acoustic guitar parts.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: EAR MUSIC
Rel. Date: 12/24/2021
UPC: 4029759159643

House Of Cards (Uk)
Artist: Saga
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. When Saga brought out their 14th studio album House of Cards in February 2001, their fans realized only a few bars into the opening track 'God Knows' that, following the highly successful predecessor Full Circle (1999), the band had come up with another offering in their very own great tradition. God Knows features all the classic Saga attributes, from Ian Crichton's unique riff and solo guitars to Jim Gilmour's frequent synchronous keyboard parts and frontman Michael Sadler's haunting melodies. These thumbprints also apply to the subsequent The Runaway with it's lyrics about the novel fascination of the Internet, as well as the progressively rocking 'That's How We Like It!' and 'Always There', with it's acoustic guitar parts.

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