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Recorded in Chicago in 2003, former Styx lead singer Dennis DeYoung returns to his hometown for a two-disc session filled with Styx's finest moments backed by a symphony orchestra. DeYoung performs all of the most memorable hits and his voice hasn't lost a step. There are also classical pieces from Mozart and Debussy intermittently planted about throughout the program. Diehard fans of Styx will no doubt enjoy this, but casual fans would be better served picking up a greatest-hits compilation to hear the band in its full sonic glory.


Genre: Alternative

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

In the early 1980s, percussionist Dennis Young co-founded Liquid Liquid, a New York City-based quartet whose experimental groove-based tracks became a major influence on hip-hop, post-punk, and dance music. Liquid Liquid released a handful of EPs on 99 Records, and in 1983, Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel based their classic hip-hop cut "White Lines (Don't Don't Do It)" on Liquid Liquid's underground hit "Cavern." After Liquid Liquid disbanded in 1983, Young began releasing solo albums on his Day Light...
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