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2 stars The last of the "pre-famous" Wooden Nickel albums from Styx. More akin to bar-rock and hard rock there is little here to interest a progressive music fan. Maybe "Golden Lark" and "Song for Suzanne" carry mild interest to non- Styx fans. The rest of this is throwaway rock. It is interesting how fast Styx improved when Equinox came along. From that album through Crystal Ball and Grand Illusion, and Pieces of Eight they hit it huge and produced their finest pop-prog. Of course, then came Paradise Theater and Kilroy Was Here and the plane crashed. Anyhow, this is just for pure mavens of the history of Styx. 2 stars inflated from 1 1/2 stars.
mohaveman | 2/5 |


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