Behaviour – Saga – 1985

Album

Behaviour - Saga
Behaviour - Saga

Behaviour is the sixth studio album by the Canadian progressive rock band Saga, released in 1985. The album marked a change in the band’s sound and direction, as it was less influenced by their earlier albums and more by the synth-pop and new wave music that was popular at the time. The album also featured guest appearances by keyboardist Jim Gilmour and drummer Steve Negus, who had left the band in 1984 but returned for this recording. Behaviour was a commercial success for Saga, reaching the top 10 in Germany and Switzerland, and spawning the hit singles “What Do I Know?” and “Listen to Your Heart”. The album also received positive reviews from critics, who praised the band’s versatility and maturity in their songwriting and performance.

Behaviour is a timeless album that continues to be enjoyed by listeners of all ages. It is a must-have for any fan of Canadian rock music.

Personnel

  • Personnel of the album Behaviour – Saga
  • Michael Sadler – lead vocals, keyboards, bass guitar
  • Ian Crichton – guitars
  • Jim Crichton – keyboards, bass guitar, producer
  • Jim Gilmour – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Steve Negus – drums, percussion

The different versions published for this album :