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STYX

Styx

 

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2.73 | 78 ratings

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Shakespeare
1 stars This album is bland, and not very unique. Styx were a very mainstream, commercially appeasing, high-energy rock band in the early/mid 70s. What has come between us has a very interesting intro, but the rest of the song is boring. Most of the other songs are kind of fun, but really aren't very meaningful, emotional or special in any way. Lacking the experimental, unique, surprising musical direction that so many cherish in prog, this album fails to satisfy the listener. Like Uriah Heep, except less beautiful (and much worse), this is another "high vocals" and "screechy" energetic band. They're a great party band, with great double guitar solos, but they're not what I (personally) look for in prog.
Shakespeare | 1/5 |

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