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Album Review

Savage Garden is light, catchy, and undeniably melodic, and it's hard to believe they released their debut album in the late, not early, '90s. It's easy to say that their breakthrough single, "I Want You," sounds like a revamped Roxette, but it's accurate — it has a breezy chorus and frothy production that make it an appealing slice of mainstream pop, the kind banished from the airwaves in 1992. Occasionally, Savage Garden reach that peak elsewhere on their eponymous debut — most notably on the second single "To the Moon and Back" and "Truly Madly Deeply" — but they lack the vision and discipline to make the record anything more than fitfully entertaining. But those highlights almost make the album worthwhile.

Customer Reviews


No one has reviewed this yet?? Weird.
Anyway, this album is awesome! My friends and I loved Savage Garden in high school. Truly Madly Deeply is still a great song!!!


Ever noticed that during some parts of the song the lead singer sounds a little like Michael Jackson? I never noticed that when the album first came out but now I sure do! But hey, I still love this album, it was my whole '97!

this is awesome!!

ok savage garden is Australian and thats really awesome i just really love I Want you and to the moon and back
this band is AWESOME!!!!


Formed: 1997 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Australian pop duo Savage Garden have taken the world by storm without the record company hype and career-establishing game plan that is often the background for pop-oriented acts. Daniel Jones comes from a long line of musicians. When he was ten, he was already playing the keyboard and drums in bars and hotels. Darren Hayes' show business experience extended no further than his involvement in many school plays. When Jones and the band he'd started with his brothers advertised for a singer, the...
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