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Artist: Styx

Title: Big Bang Theory

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Category: AOR

Year: 2005

Label: New Door Records/Universal

Catalog Number: B0004414-02

Personnel

Tommy Shaw guitars, vocals
James Young guitars, vocals
Lawrence Gowan keyboards, vocals
James Young guitars, vocals
Todd Sucherman drums, percussion, vocals
Ricky Philips bass, vocals
Chuck Panozzo bass on Locomotive Breath

Tracks

1.  I Am the Walrus  4:41  Cover: The Beatles
2.  I Can See for Miles  4:28  Cover: The Who
3.  Can't Find My Way Home  3:24  Cover: Blind Faith
4.  It Don't Make Sense (You Can't Make Peace)  4:10  Cover: Willie Dixon
5.  I Don't Need No Doctor  4:23  Cover: Humble Pie
6.  One Way Out  4:42  Cover: Elmore James
7.  A Salty Dog  4:01  Cover: Procol Harem
8.  Summer in the City  3:25  Cover: The Lovin' Spoonful
9.  Manic Depression  3:59  Cover: Jimi Hendrix
10.  Talkin' About the Good Times  3:57  Cover: The Pretty Things
11.  Locomotive Breath  3:33  Cover: Jethro Tull
12.  Find the Cost of Freedom  1:04  Cover: Crosby, Stills and Nash
13.  Wishing Well  3:40  Cover: Free
14.  Blue Collar Man @ 2120  6:29
  
Total Running Time:  55:56

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CurtisLoew Date: June 18, 2005 at 0:11
Well, it sounds exactly like you'd think it would: the faux Styx singing a bunch of classic, mostly familiar, tracks... This is for Styx fanatics only, they don't really DO anything with the material. I do kinda dig "I Can See For Miles", but this'll probably just be put on the shelf and not listened to again.

From: AOR freaky Date: July 21, 2005 at 4:08
Together with Legs Diamond, my all-time fave act, but this is so disappointing. Not one single sing beats the original ! So, what's the point ? ! No, I'm waiting for a decent new Styx release. And that they miss Dennis is proven here !

From: Axe-Machine Date: September 8, 2005 at 9:47
I think to be honest that losing Dennis is the best thing that Styx could have hoped for...anyone who has seen his recent DVD will probably agree...his act is second class broadway now. Some like this record, some hate it...but personally, not knowing many of the tracks think that taken for what it is it is really good. Wishing Well, Dont Need No Doctor and Cant find my way home are particularly satisfying. Oh, and the live show is brilliant!

From: Remastered Reason Date: March 19, 2006 at 23:26
Losing Dennis DeYoung is a good thing? Hardly not. Styx has become a second rate act among many other 70's & 80's bands due to the ravages of time & inner turmoil. Not to say they still don't rock because of JY & Tommy Shaw but they are hardly the high & mighty without DeYoung. This cd is par for the course now that DeYoung is probably gone forever. Styx has been reduced to a cover tune band. I've seen shows with DeYoung & with this other guy...what's his name? There is no comparison.

From: JF Date: March 20, 2006 at 20:37
Reconozco que no soy un buen conocedor de la musica de los 70, pero este disco no me parece nada mal. Existen muy buenas versiones, pero mi favorita es la nueva version de blue collar man. Es verdad uno espera un nuevo disco y despues de recopilatorios y en vivos, quizas no era el momento adecuado, de repente lo unico que falta es un desenchufado pero ya es hora de un nuevo trabajo. Espero que salga este aņo si no seria una burla.

From: strangeways1 Date: May 26, 2006 at 16:59
Have we lost the Styx forever?


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