Time’s Up – Saga



Time’s Up is the fifth studio album by the Canadian progressive rock band Saga, released in 1986. The album marked a departure from the band’s previous sound, as it featured more synthesizers and electronic drums, and less guitar and keyboard solos. The album also explored darker and more political themes, such as nuclear war, environmental issues, and social injustice. The album received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the band’s experimentation and innovation, but also criticized the lack of cohesion and melody. The album spawned two singles: “Only Time Will Tell” and “What Do I Know?”, both of which reached the top 40 in Canada. The album was certified gold in Canada, but failed to chart in the US or Europe. Time’s Up is considered by some fans and critics to be one of Saga’s most underrated and ambitious albums.

The different versions published for this album :