With the success of Styx's album The Grand Illusion, Wooden Nickel Records, Styx's previous label, released Best of Styx, which contained selected Styx songs in the Wooden Nickel catalog. Styx had left Wooden Nickel to sign with A&M Records several years earlier, so the compilation does not contain any songs from Styx's three A&M albums that preceded this album's release.
Styx - Best New Face. Back To Chicago - Styx - Edge Of The Century.
before they made their best recordings. Dating from 1977, this album is Wooden Nickel/RCA's attempt to recoup some of their investment in Styx. The band originally signed to Wooden Nickel who were later bought over by RCA. Unfortunately for them Styx's greatest success came after they moved on to A&M records. Most of the tracks though are clearly geared towards finding that elusive hit single, "Southern woman" for example could be by any one of a thousand bands. Winner take all" moves dangerously close to Bee Gees territory, John Curulewski clearly having had some sort of assistance reaching the high falsetto screams.
Best of Styx (1977) by Styx. Labels: Wooden Nickel. Genres: Hard Rock, Progressive Rock Members: Dennis DeYoung, James Young, John Curulewski, Chuck Panozzo, John Panozzo.
Styx /stɪks/ is an American rock band from Chicago that formed in 1972 and became famous for its albums released in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Best of Styx - Студийный альбом от Styx. В альбом вошло 11 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 40:18. Styx - Come Sail Away. Styx - Man Of Miracles. Styx - Mr. Roboto (Relaid Audio).
Styx is the album that has 6 songs, which are: "Movement for the Common Man" – 13:11. Right Away" (Paul Frank) – 3:40. What Has Come Between Us" (Mark Gaddis) – 4:53. Best Thing" (James Young, Dennis DeYoung) – 3:13. Quick Is the Beat of My Heart" (Lewis Mark) – 3:49. After You Leave Me" (George Clinton) – 4:00. Categories: Studio Albums.
Cornerstone (Styx album). Cornerstone is the ninth studio album by Styx, released in 1979 (see 1979 in music). Cornerstone was Styx's follow-up to their second consecutive Top 10 selling Triple Platinum album in a row, 1978's Pieces of Eight. Like the four previous Styx albums, the band produced the album themselves. The band started using a new recording studio Pumpkin Studios in Oak Lawn, Illinois
|A1||You Need Love||3:47|
|A3||I'm Gonna Make You Feel It||2:23|
|A4||What Has Come Between Us||4:53|
|A6||Rock & Roll Feeling||3:02|
|B1||Winner Take All||3:10|
|B4||The Grove Of Eglantine||5:00|
|B5||Man Of Miracles||4:55|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wooden Nickel Records
- Copyright (c) – RCA
- Compiled By [Reissue] – Bruce Somerfeld
- Executive Producer – Bill Traut (tracks: A1, A2, B1)
- Producer – Barry Mraz (tracks: B1, B3, B4), Bill Traut (tracks: A3 to A6, B2, B5), John Ryan (tracks: A1 to A6, B2, B5), Styx (tracks: B1, B3, B4)
|BWL1-2250||Styx||Best Of Styx (LP, Comp, Ind)||Wooden Nickel Records||BWL1-2250||US||1977|
|AFL1-3116||Styx||Best Of Styx (LP, Comp, RE)||RCA Victor||AFL1-3116||US||1979|
|FL-2894||Styx||Best Of Styx (LP, Comp, Unofficial)||First Record||FL-2894||Taiwan||1977|
|PCD1-3597||Styx||The Best Of Styx (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||RCA||PCD1-3597||US||1988|
|PL 13116||Styx||Best Of Styx (LP, Comp)||RCA||PL 13116||UK||1977|