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Artist: Styx

Title: Arch Allies - Live at Riverport

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Category: AOR

Year: 2000

Label: CMC/BMG

Catalog Number: 06076 86299-2

Personnel

Styx

Glen Burtnik bass, electric guitars, vocals
Lawrence Gowan keyboards, acoustic guitar, vocals
Chuck Panozzo bass guitar
Tommy Shaw electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
Todd Sucherman drums, percussion
James Young guitars, vocals

REO Speedwagon

Neal Doughty keyboards
Kevin Cronin lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Bruce Hall bass guitar, vocals
Dave Armato lead guitar, vocals
Byran Hitt drums

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Blue Collar Man live  5:00
2.  Grand Illusion live  5:39
3.  Fooling Yourself live  6:18
4.  Lady live  4:47
5.  Brave New World live  5:43
6.  Edge of the Century live  5:10
7.  Heavy Water live  5:50
8.  Too Much Time on My Hands live  5:23
9.  Renegade live  7:24
10.  Blue Collar Man live with REO Speedwagon  5:20
11.  Roll With the Changes live with REO Speedwagon  5:57
  
Total Running Time:  62:31

Disc 2
12.  Don't Let Him Go live  4:30
13.  Music Man live  3:20
14.  Take It on the Run live  4:18
15.  Can't Fight This Feeling live  5:26
16.  Time for Me to Fly live  3:33
17.  Back on the Road Again live  7:09
18.  Keep on Loving You live  3:26
19.  Roll With the Changes live  6:18
20.  Ridin' the Storm Out live  5:11
21.  157 Riverside Avenue live  7:29
22.  Blue Collar Man live with Styx  5:20
23.  Roll With the Changes live with Styx  5:58
  
Total Running Time:  61:58

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Edwin Date: April 16, 2002 at 20:10
Never listened to STYX with Burtnik and Gowan before....here's your chance to experience them being puzzled into the outfit of STYX. STYX still proves to be a rollercoaster ride while performing and very entertaining. REO needs no comment. These guys play the most radio friendly rock ever recorded and do it the best thinkable way. A great combination of rock's finest!

From: Gar Date: February 9, 2003 at 20:11
If you're a fan of both Styx and REO, you should already own this. The current lineup of Styx is harder rocking and less pretentious than the Styx of old. REO sound as good as ever. The only drawback is that the same songs both bands jammed together on are included on both discs. Well... its really not much of a drawback.

From: Doug Date: June 1, 2009 at 12:49
Good stuff, but the same songs on both discs is a rip off.


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