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Artist: Styx

Title: Styxworld Live 2001

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Styx Styxworld Live 2001 Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 2001

Label: CMC International

Catalog Number: 06076-86311-2


Tommy Shaw vocals, guitar
James JY Young vocals, guitar
Todd Sucherman drums
Glen Burtnik vocal, bass guitar
Lawrence Gowan vocals, keyboard
Chuck Panozzo bass


1.  Rockin' the Paradise live  
2.  High Enough live  
3.  Lorelei live  
4.  A Criminal Mind live  
5.  Love Is the Ritual live  
6.  Boat on the River live  
7.  Half-Penny, Two-Penny live  
8.  Sing for the Day live  
9.  Snowblind live  
10.  Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough live  
11.  Crystal Ball live  
12.  Miss America live  
13.  Come Sail Away live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Gar Date: February 9, 2003 at 19:55
Good live release from the current lineup. They avoided putting many of their best known songs on this in favor of some newer songs as well as some overlooked gems. Casual Styx fans should probably stick with their earlier live albums, though. Those have the songs Styx is best known for.

From: ROBERT Date: January 20, 2004 at 13:05

From: Tony Date: February 22, 2004 at 4:01
I agree with Gar on this one. Very good live cd for this particular line-up. I do like the idea that it wasn't strictly a "greatest hits" thing and that they threw some obscurities in there. Burtnik was such a great addition to these guys. My only complaint is you can just tell the crowd is BEGGING to sing along to "Come Sail Away" a lot more than they do and the band seems oblivious to it. Probably just me though. Worth picking up for Styx fans.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 8, 2012 at 22:00
Styx...such a classic band...this live album shows us a band that even being mellow can rock like hell!!!...nice to hear songs such as "Rockin' The Paradise","High Enough"(Damn Yankees cover,remember Tommy Shaw was part of it),"Lorelei","Love Is The Ritual","Sing For The Day"(nice),"Snowblind","Crystal Ball"(epic)& "Come Sail Away" in its live format,played with professionalism...recomended for fans and not fans of the band,this is how good it is...90/100

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