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2 stars I think that Styx has gone a long way of going to a Poppish-Prog Band to a Hard Rock sound in fact don't you notice that in every album that they come up with they always put a song from their old albums? This is a way of making a Styx listener or fan not to be bored about their songs or albums. Kudos to Dennis deYoung he made this band what it is and he's not even given a acknowledgement? If you heard "Little Suzie" it reminds me of "Heartache Tonight" by the Eagles, it's just like a copycat of the song with hard guitar riffs instead of a bluesy/country sound,. This is Styx's weak point, they don't have the capability to work out out albums as beatifully as of their 70's offerings (e.g Come Sail Away or Castle Walls)

I think I'll give this album a 2 star rating for this album.

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Posted Thursday, July 13, 2006 | Review Permalink

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