Styx - Pieces of Eight  CD (album) cover




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3 stars Remember when coloured vinyl was all the rage? I had a blue vinyl single of a track on this album. Any guesses? Thats right-Blue Collar Man. Along with Queen of Spades and Rengade,these tracks make this album worth a cursory visit. Sing for the Day and Lords of the Ring might be a bit 'twee'-but on the whole the musicianship is top class. There are plenty of keyboard/synth fills and Tommy Shaw and James Young are excellent AOR guitar frontmen,Shaw made all the girls swoon. That apart,this is one of Styx's better efforts.Believe me,there ARE worse.
horza | 3/5 |


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