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Artist: Styx

Title: Best of Styx

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Category: AOR

Year: 1977

Label: Wooden Nickel (RCA)

Catalog Number: 3116-2-R


John Curulewski guitar, vocals, synthesizers
Dennis Deyoung keyboards, vocals, synthesizers
Chuck Panozzo bass, vocals
John Panozzo drums, percussion, vocals
James Young guitars, vocals


1.  You Need Love  3:47
2.  Lady  2:58
3.  I'm Gonna Make You Feel It  2:23
4.  What Has Come Between Us  4:53
5.  Southern Woman  3:10
6.  Rock and Roll Feeling  3:02
7.  Winner Take All  3:10
8.  Best Thing  3:13
9.  Witch Wolf  3:57
10.  The Grove of Eglantine  5:00
11.  Man of Miracles  4:55
Total Running Time:  40:28

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Existing comments about this CD

From: James Date: October 19, 2002 at 16:12
How many top songs do you see on here? Greatest Hits? Not till Tommy came on board and brought a spark to the band. You see a big difference in the songs.

From: koogles Date: October 21, 2002 at 9:28
I bought this CD so I didn't have to buy Styx I through Man of Miracles. In essence, this does the same job for lazy/budget conscious Styx fans as "In the Beginning" did for Journey. However, there's some good stuff here. I particularily like the JY stuff. I think the fact he got demoted to the 3rd string after Tommy Shaw got on board is a bit unfortunate. JY rocks! "Best Thing", "Rock and Roll Feeling" etc. are cool, albeit a bit too classic-rock sounding.

From: Gar Date: February 9, 2003 at 19:59
These are all good songs for the most part, but the sound quality of the cd is strangely muddy. Can't recommend it for that reason.

From: jmorgan Date: February 28, 2007 at 22:04
Rating Styx albums: If you like hard rock/guitar driven songs, stick to pre 1979. If you like AOR/ballad type stuff, the newer albums will be more to your liking. All Styx albums have a mix of the two styles, with the later albums less heavy. As for me, the "Cornerstone" album, with "Babe" signalled the end of "my" Styx. Early Styx rocks - check it out.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 22, 2018 at 16:52
Wonderful "Best Of" ...my fave ones are # 3,4,5,6,8,9 & 11...recommendable stuff if you wanna listen to the early moments of this classic band.85/100

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