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Customer Reviews

Top Notch for any Styx Fan

Seriously…if you think you'd prefer Dennis DeYoung to Lawrence Gowan, go see Styx live. Gowan absolutely KILLS it live…he's amazing! I don't hate Dennis DeYoung…but I sure don't miss him, either. And this album is a must have for Styx fans. Modern re-records of their greatest iconic songs. Tommy Shaw is in prime vocal condition, and JY sounds great.
Am I a fanboy? You bet. But fanboyism has to be earned. And Styx earns it in spades.

Not the same

I know some of you won't agree, but without Dennis they sound like a cover band half of the time.

Regeneration, Vols. 1 & 2

I have been a fan of Styx for many, many years and although I love all these songs done by the original crew, I think they still sound very good redone by the new crew of Styx. I still believe Dennis DeYoung missing from the line-up is a heartbreaker, but I think that the new line-up has potential. Unfortunately, just redoing all the old songs and touring playing all the old songs is not going to cut it. The new Styx seriously has to get in the studio and make some new material of their own. And not another Cyclorama please. We need another album worthy of the Styx name as we once knew it. Then - and only then - can we really say that Styx (even without Dennis DeYoung) is still standing the test of time.


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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