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4 stars Styx without Tommy Shaw? Is that possible? You bet! And, Styx came back after a seven year hiatus with a vengeance. While a few of the cuts are mired in the era they were produced (early 90s), most of the stuff on the album is as much classic Styx as the stuff produced in the 70s. You simply cannot miss out on "Show Me the Way," Glen Burtnick's "Love is the Ritual," or the fun version of "Not Dead Yet." Everything a Styx comeback album should have been...bullseye! Unfortunately, it was a short-lived victory, as the band fell into problems immediatly thereafter and didn't get to record another studio album for nine years.
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