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Category: AOR/Melodic Rock
Label: Eagle Rock
Catalog Number: 20320
|2.||Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)||5:28|
|4.||Come Sail Away See All||5:30|
|6.||Man in the Wilderness||5:49|
|Total Running Time:  ||38:21|
|9.||Great White Hope||4:23|
|11.||Sing For the Day||4:56|
|13.||Lords of the Ring||4:31|
|14.||Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)||4:06|
|15.||Queen Of Spades||5:38|
|17.||Pieces Of Eight||4:45|
|Total Running Time:||44:08|
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|From: underworld king||Date: December 19, 2013 at 8:02|
|This is a very good double live album by the current version of Styx. I was fortunate enough to catch the band on this tour playing two of my favorite Styx albums in all their glory. While I do miss Dennis DeYoung in Styx, I must confess that Lawrence Gowan does quite the respect to the DDY songs here. I really enjoy the cd and DVD quite a bit. LG does his best to interpret the DDY songs and does a fine job. The rest of the band is tight as well with Tommy Shaw being dead on. I highly recommend this album to all Styx fans.|
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