Caught in the Act is a live album by Styx, released in 1984. It contains one new song, "Music Time", which was released as a single, reaching on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
Black Vinyl Embossed Styx-logo. Caught In The Act (Cass, Album, Club, Dol).
Kilroy Was Here is the eleventh studio album by the rock band Styx, released on February 22, 1983. The album is named after a famous World War II graffiti, 'Kilroy was here'. It was the final album of original material to be released by the "classic" lineup of Dennis DeYoung, Tommy Shaw, James ". Young, John Panozzo, and Chuck Panozzo. The album spawned two hit singles, the synth-pop "Mr. Roboto" which later became one of their signature songs, and the power ballad "Don't Let It End".
35 Years Ago: Styx Brought to Halt by Live ‘Caught in the Act’.
Disc One. Music Time (studio). Too Much Time On My Hands. Disc Two. Rockin' The Paradise. Blue Collar Man (Long Nights).
Styx released their first live album, the 2-disc Caught in the Act in April of 1984
I like Styx and believe they made some very good albums in the period from "The Grand Illusion" through "Paradise Theatre
Album Name Caught In The Act. Type Live. Data de lançamento 1984. Labels A And M Records. Estilo de MúsicaProgressive Rock. Membros têm este álbum2. DISC 1. 1. Music Time.
Rockin' the Paradise, 04:40. Don't Let It End, 05:24.