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Artist: Styx

Title: The Grand Illusion/Pieces Of Eight: Live

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Styx The Grand Illusion/Pieces Of Eight: Live Album Cover

 

Category: AOR/Melodic Rock

Year: 2013

Label: Eagle Rock

Catalog Number: 20320

Personnel

Tommy Shaw vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Chuck Panozzo bass
Todd Sucherman drums, percussion
Lawrence Gowan vocals, keyboards
Ricky Phillips electric guitar, bass, background vocals
James Young vocals, guitar

Released as a 2 CD, DVD and Blu-ray

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Grand Illusion  4:36
2.  Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)  5:28
3.  Superstars  3:59
4.  Come Sail Away See All  5:30
5.  Miss America  5:01
6.  Man in the Wilderness  5:49
7.  Castle Walls  6:00
8.  Grand Finale  1:58
  
Total Running Time:  38:21

Disc 2
9.  Great White Hope  4:23
10.  I'm Okay  7:10
11.  Sing For the Day  4:56
12.  Message  1:08
13.  Lords of the Ring  4:31
14.  Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)  4:06
15.  Queen Of Spades  5:38
16.  Renegade  4:13
17.  Pieces Of Eight  4:45
18.  Aku-Aku  3:18
  
Total Running Time:  44:08

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Existing comments about this CD

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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