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Styx: Greatest Hits

  • Artist:Styx  
  • Label:A&M  
  • Category:Music
  • Buy New: $6.53
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  • Seller:beaches_entertainment
  • Sales Rank:305
  • Format:Original recording remastered
  • Languages:English (Original Language), English (Unknown)
  • Media:Audio CD
  • Number Of Discs:1
  • Genre:Pop - Vocal Pop
  • Rating:NR (Not Rated)
  • Discs:1
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.22
  • Dimensions (in):4.9 x 5.6 x 0.5
  • Publication Date:1995
  • MPN:2540387
  • UPC:731454038720
  • EAN:0731454038720
  • ASIN:B000002G3Y
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Tracks
  • Lady '95
  • The Best Of Times
  • Lorelei
  • Too Much Time On My Hands
  • Babe
  • Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)
  • Show Me The Way
  • Renegade
  • Come Sail Away
  • Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)
  • The Grand Illusion
  • Crystal Ball
  • Suite Madame Blue
  • Miss America
  • Mr. Roboto
  • Don't Let It End

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Synopsis
The first-ever compilation pulled from this Chicago progressive-bubblegum band's A&M catalog, featuring such album-Rock radio fixtures as Come Sail Away; Lorelei; Babe; Blue Collar Man (Long Nights); the Best of Times; Too Much Time on My Hands; Renegade; Mr. Roboto; Don't Let It End, and more, plus a 1995 re-recording of Lady !
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If it's your belief that one of the reasons today's rock is so bereft of personality is that all sense of show business has been drained from the music, then a look back at the career of Styx offers proof positive that it wasn't always thus. Greatest Hits offers a comprehensive overview of the band, from its art-rock days--which produced a top 10 hit in "Lady," a new version of which is included in this package--to its years as a perennial album-rock favorite--with offerings ranging from flights of fancy ("Come Sail Away," "Renegade") to proto-power ballads ("Babe," "Crystal Ball") to songs reflecting the working-class roots of its audience ("Too Much Time on My Hands," "Blue Collar Man"). The band eventually succumbed to a shift in musical tides and just plain silliness ("Mr. Roboto"), but for a time, this disc suggests, a satin-suited pomp-rocker was something to be. --Daniel Durchholz

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