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Album Review

Melodic hard pop and power ballads, obviously cut from the same cloth as Journey, but with a nod to modern metal.

Customer Reviews

My favorite album of Styx!!

Unlike many of my peers, I never got into Styx in the seventies. I had heard Mr. Roboto on the radio but didn't know anything about them. So I bought this album and it reminded me of Journey and REO Speedwagon, both of which I liked. Later I found out that this was Dennis DeYoung's attempt to revive the band which had split up several years earlier. (Behind the Music) Despite that fact, I still like it. I liked Love is the Ritual, Show Me the Way, Edge of the Century, and Not Dead Yet. World Tonite and Carrie Ann were pretty good, too. If you are a big fan of their 70's work, you may not like this album. But if you like REO Speedwagon and Journey, you will love this album.

only 5 good songs

trust me on this one there are only 5 good songs love is the ritual, egde of the century, not dead yet,world tonite, and homewrecker pretty good

4 songs that show Styx is the greatest band ever

1. Love is the Ritual 2. Show Me the Way 3. Homewrecker 4. Back to Chicago the end

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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