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Album: Come Sail Away: The Styx Anthology
# Song Title   Time
  Disc 1
1)    Best Thing More Info... 3:16
2)    You Need Love More Info... 3:46
3)    Lady 1873 Album Version More Info... 2:58
4)    Winner Take All More Info... 3:04
5)    Rock & Roll Feeling More Info... 3:04
6)    Light Up More Info... 4:21
7)    Lorelei More Info... 3:23
8)    Prelude 12 More Info... 1:21
9)    Suite Madame Blue More Info... 6:33
10)    Shooz Album Version More Info... 4:47
11)    Mademoiselle Album Version More Info... 4:01
12)    Crystal Ball Album Version More Info... 4:35
13)    The Grand Illusion Album Version More Info... 4:37
14)    Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man) Album Version More Info... 5:30
15)    Come Sail Away Album Version More Info... 6:07
16)    Miss America Album Version More Info... 4:59
17)    Man In The Wilderness Expanded Version More Info... 6:57
  Disc 2
1)    Blue Collar Man (Long Nights) Album Version More Info... 4:08
2)    Sing For The Day Album Version More Info... 4:58
3)    Renegade Album Version More Info... 4:14
4)    Pieces Of Eight Album Version More Info... 4:45
5)    Lights More Info... 4:39
6)    Babe More Info... 4:26
7)    Borrowed Time Album Version More Info... 5:00
8)    Boat On The River Album Version More Info... 3:12
9)    A.D. 1928 More Info... 1:09
10)    Rockin' The Paradise Album Version More Info... 3:35
11)    Too Much Time On My Hands More Info... 4:32
12)    The Best Of Times Album Version More Info... 4:19
13)    Snowblind Album Version More Info... 4:59
14)    Mr. Roboto More Info... 5:29
15)    Love Is The Ritual Album Version More Info... 3:49
16)    Show Me The Way More Info... 4:37
17)    Dear John More Info... 3:05
18)    One With Everything Album Version More Info... 5:57
 
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Performer Notes
  • Styx: Tommy Shaw (vocals, acoustic & 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, John Panozzo (vocals, drums, percussion).
  • Includes liner notes by Martin Huxley.
  • Personnel: John Curulewski (vocals, guitar, synthesizer); Glen Burtnik (vocals, guitar, bass guitar); James Young (vocals, guitar); Tommy Shaw (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, synthesizer); Dennis DeYoung (vocals, keyboards, synthesizer); Larry Gowan (vocals, keyboards); Chuck Panozzo (vocals, bass guitar); John Panozzo, Todd Sucherman (vocals, drums, percussion).
  • Audio Mixers: Dennis DeYoung; Gary Loizzo; James Young ; John Ryan ; Phil Bonanno; Rob Kingsland; Styx; Tommy Shaw; Barry Mraz.
  • Recording information: Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA; Chicago Recording Company, Chicago, IL; Golden Voice Studios, South Pekin, IL; Paragon Recording Studios, Inc., Chicago, IL; Pumpkin Studios, Oak Lawn, IL; The S.H.O.P, Los Angeles, CA; The White Room; Trax East, South River, NJ.
  • Photographers: Jim McCrary; Mike Powell ; Rick Diamond; Mark Hanauer.
  • Arranger: Styx.
  • There have been several Styx anthologies over the years, and the surplus of hits in the band's catalogue certainly warrants such treatment. COME SAIL AWAY, however, provides the most in-depth sonic Styx scrapbook one could want. Though the arrival of Tommy Shaw in 1976 helped push the band toward superstardom, this two-disc collection doesn't shy away from the oft-neglected pre-Shaw days, including not merely the archetypal power ballad "Lady," but also such obscurities as the thumping riff-rocker "Best Thing" and the joyous, harmony-laden "You Need Love."
  • From there, we chart Styx's ascension to AOR glory on the wings of prog-rock-tinged epics such as "Come Sail Away" and "Pieces of Eight." Along the way, little-known gems are unearthed, like the moody, acoustic ballad "Boat on the River," before we launch into the synth-bedecked swan song of the original lineup, "Mr. Roboto" from the '83 concept album KILROY WAS HERE. Latter-day versions of the band are represented towards the end, but this collection makes it clear that the Styx equation depended upon Dennis DeYoung's dewy-eyed balladry, James Young's rock & roll ferocity, and Tommy Shaw's pop-rock craftsmanship in equal measure.
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