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Styx: Greatest Hits

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Album Review

Replacing the band's volume in A&M's Classics series, Greatest Hits collects all Styx's major chart and radio hits, from "Lady" to "Show Me the Way." Although they were a definitive album-oriented rock band, creating records that were meant to be listened to as a whole, their finest moments were always their singles, making Greatest Hits the only Styx disc many fans will need to own.

Customer Reviews

Good but need one thing...

I was hoping to get the grand illousion, but they don't seem to have it on ITunes Other than that its an awsome list, and should be regarded as such

Unbelievable writing, amazing musical quality!

This is one of the best albums which I have heard in a very, very long time. Every song on this album provides something different, and displays a unique level of talent. This is blues based rock at its best - these are classics. A highly reccomended album, no matter what your age!

A great Classic

This is a must have album for any Styx fan or someone looking to relive the great music history of the 70's.

Biography

Formed: 1970 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although they began as an artsy prog rock band, Styx would eventually transform into the virtual arena rock prototype by the late '70s and early '80s, due to a fondness for bombastic rockers and soaring power ballads. The seeds for the band were planted in another Chicago band during the late '60s, the Tradewinds, which featured brothers Chuck and John Panozzo (who played bass and drums, respectively), as well as acquaintance Dennis DeYoung (vocals, keyboards). By the dawn of the '70s, the group...
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