My Tribute To Skrewdriver - Vol. 1 Saga 'I still remember the first time I heard his voice at my friend's place. He took my heart and my life was changed.
Changed forever. From that day I saw the world from another view. I saw clearly through all the problems we have in all our countries. I still remember the day I got the message that he was gone. I still remember the tears falling down my face. But later on I realised that he is not gone; he is still with us. His vision still lives, stronger then ever.
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He left a message to our folk, a message which we are the messengers of his music and his vision. This is not an album made to in anyway improve the original.
Of course the original is always the best. But this is my version, My Tribute, of the songs from the man that we all love. This is for you Ian. Tomorrow belongs to you!'
Many have attempted to cover Skrewdriver classics - few have been worthy. Saga stands as the very best of those worthy few. My Tribute To Skrewdriver - Vol. 1&2 defined Saga as we know and love her today; an aspirational icon and champion of our cause, the scourge of the 'mainstream' music industry and a controversial figure in the pages of the anti-nationalist, one-world media. Originally, these tracks were planned to fit on a single tribute album, but the agony of picking a mere 15 tracks from Skrewdriver's huge collection prove too difficult a task so the final outcome spanned two CDs. No, we didn't think you'd complain!
Both stay true to Skrewdriver's signature hard rock sound which emanated from Ian's early years in the punk scene. My Tribute To Skrewdriver - Vol.1 contains 15 high-energy recordings expertly refined by acclaimed musicians in the scene and crowned with the stunning voice of Saga. Rest assured, you've never heard Skrewdriver classics quite like these. For anyone remotely interested in the Nationalist music scene, these two albums are essential.