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Styx - Return to Paradise flac album

Performer: Styx
Title: Return to Paradise
Style: Album Rock,Arena Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Hard Rock,Prog-Rock
Duration: 01:50:10
Location: Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, IL
Relesed: May 5, 1997
Recording date: 1996
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 345
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Return to Paradise is a live album by Styx, released in 1997. It features songs from their successful reunion tour with Tommy Shaw, but without John Panozzo, who died in July 1996. It includes three new studio tracks, including "Dear John", which Shaw wrote as a tribute to Panozzo. Disc 1. "On My Way" (Tommy Shaw) – 5:02. Paradise" (Dennis DeYoung) – 4:29. 1928", "Rockin' the Paradise" (Dennis DeYoung, James Young, Tommy Shaw) – 5:23. Blue Collar Man" (Tommy Shaw) – 4:34.

Songs in album Styx - Return To Paradise (CD1) (1997).

Songs in album Styx - Return To Paradise (CD2) (1997).

Return To Paradise ‎(2xCass, Album). SPV 085-29182 DCD. Styx. Return To Paradise ‎(2xCD, Album). Steamhammer, SPV GmbH, CMC International Records. Germany. Return To Paradise ‎(2xCass, Album).

After 13 years apart, the Chicago-based band's classic lineup of Dennis DeYoung, vocalist/guitarist Tommy Shaw, vocalist/guitarist James Young, and bassist Chuck Panozzo reunited for a successful greatest-hits tour in 1996. Drummer Todd Sucherman replaced John Panozzo, who died of chronic alcohol abuse that year.

Return to Paradise is a live album by Styx, released in 1997. Return to Paradise is a live album by Styx, released in 1997. It features songs from their successful reunion tour with Tommy Shaw, but without John Panozzo, who died in July 1996, it includes three new studio tracks, including "Dear John", which Shaw wrote as a tribute to Panozzo.

Tracklist: 1. On My Way, 2. Paradise, 3. Rockin’ The Paradise, 4. Blue Collar Man, 5. Lady, 6. Too Much Time On My Hands, 7. Snow Blind, 8. Suite Madame Blue, 9. Crystal Ball, 10. Grand Illusion, 11. Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man), 12. Show Me The Way, 13. Boat On The River, 14. Lorelei, 15. Babe, 16. Miss America, 17. Come Sail Away, 18. Renegade, 19. The Best Of Times, 20. Dear John. 3. Rockin’ The Paradise.

Return to Paradise (1997) by Styx. Labels: CMC International Records. Genres: AOR, Progressive Rock Members: Dennis DeYoung, Tommy Shaw, James Young, Chuck Panozzo, Todd Sucherman.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 On My Way Tommy Shaw Styx 5:02
2 Paradise Dennis DeYoung Styx 4:29
3 Rockin' the Paradise Dennis DeYoung / Tommy Shaw / James Young Styx 5:23
4 Blue Collar Man Tommy Shaw Styx 4:34
5 Lady Dennis DeYoung Styx 3:28
6 Too Much Time on My Hands Tommy Shaw Styx 5:43
7 Snowblind Dennis DeYoung / James Young Styx 5:26
8 Suite Madame Blue Dennis DeYoung Styx 8:31
9 Crystal Ball Tommy Shaw Styx 5:56

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Grand Illusion Dennis DeYoung Styx 6:50
2 Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man) Tommy Shaw Styx 5:54
3 Show Me the Way Dennis DeYoung Styx 5:11
4 Boat on the River Tommy Shaw Styx 3:16
5 Lorelei Dennis DeYoung / James Young Styx 4:03
6 Babe Dennis DeYoung Styx 4:50
7 Miss America James Young Styx 6:15
8 Come Sail Away Dennis DeYoung Styx 8:33
9 Renegade Tommy Shaw Styx 6:01
10 The Best of Times Dennis DeYoung Styx 7:42
11 Dear John Tommy Shaw Styx 3:03

Credits

Dennis DeYoung - Composer, Keyboards, Mixing, Producer, Vocals
Ioannis - Art Direction, Design, Digital Painting, Illustrations
Linda Loiewski - Art Direction
Gary Loizzo - Mixing
Chuck Panozzo - Bass, Vocals
Timothy R. Powell - Engineer
Timothy Powell - Engineer
Tommy Shaw - Composer, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Mandolin, Vocals
Styx - Primary Artist
Todd Sucherman - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Mark Weiss - Photography
James Young - Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Reviews (1)
Qumenalu
Styx was an incredible live band. This album has most of their classic lineup (minus the drummer), and runs through a good selection of their best songs. The real draw, however, are the three new songs, all great and much superior to anything on their Edge of the Century album. New Tommy Shaw songs open and close the album. "On My Way" is a tuneful rocker, excellently played, and "Dear John" is a bittersweet ode to deceased drummer John Panozzo. Dennis DeYoung stays true to the concept of the album, offering up one of his better ballads with "Paradise."

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