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Artist: Styx

Title: Come Sail Away - The Styx Anthology

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Styx Come Sail Away - The Styx Anthology Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 2004

Label: A&M/UTV Records

Catalog Number: B0002104-02


Tommy Shaw vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, keyboards, synthesizer
John Curulewski vocals, guitar, synthesizer
Glen Burtnick vocals, guitar, bass
James Young vocals, guitar
Dennis Deyoung vocals, keyboards, synthesizer
Lawrence Gowan vocals, keyboards
Chuck Panozzo vocals, bass
Todd Sucherman vocals, drums, percussion
John Panozzo vocals, drums, percussion


1.  Best Thing  
2.  You Need Love  
3.  Lady  
4.  Winner Take All  
5.  Rock and Roll Feeling  
6.  Light Up  
7.  Lorelei  
8.  Prelude 12  
9.  Suite Madame Blue  
10.  Shooz  
11.  Mademoiselle  
12.  Crystal Ball  
13.  The Grand Illusion  
14.  Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)  
15.  Come Sail Away  
16.  Miss America  
17.  Man in the Wilderness  

Disc 2
18.  Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)  
19.  Sing for the Day  
20.  Renegade  
21.  Pieces of Eight  
22.  Lights  
23.  Babe  
24.  Borrowed Time  
25.  Boat on the River  
26.  A.D. 1928  
27.  Rockin' the Paradise  
28.  Too Much Time on My Hands  
29.  The Best of Times  
30.  Snowblind  
31.  Mr. Roboto  
32.  Love Is the Ritual  
33.  Show Me the Way  
34.  Dear John  
35.  One With Everything  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: June 1, 2004 at 7:45
Great compilation from one of my all-time faves, but is it necessary to release once again the same songs ? Don't think so ! Why not re-release other songs, like their best ever 'Mother Dear' from Equinox ? Strange ! Can't see there will be a lot of buyers for this. Also no new songs ! Hmm . . ., it's one of my absolute fave bands but this is one for the cash, I think !

From: dckiss Date: June 4, 2004 at 20:19
Ok I never thought I would ever say this but......I completely agree with you AorFreaky. Its no secret that Styx has been on the outs with A&M for years. I think whats going on here is A&M is trying to get as much money off the Styx name as possible. Heres an idea A&M Execs. How about remastering the entire Collection? This would be more in line with what the fans want. I would buy remasters but I have no interest in another greatest hits package from one of the best aor bands of all time.

From: TIM (2) Date: June 9, 2004 at 8:17
Sadly I would probably be one that buys this, as I have some of their more recent albums but none of the classic albums (am too young), and the other greatest hits albums aren't available in the UK. Even on eBay, all the sellers of Styx CDs are from the US...

From: swriter Date: April 3, 2006 at 19:04
yeah, sure it is a retread and this stuff has been released before, BUT, this is a great sounding 2 cd set of Styx!!!!! I can now put away my Styx GHits 1 and 2 and keep this one!!!!!

From: poproxx2007 Date: May 21, 2006 at 2:16
wheres "Dont Let It End" ??

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