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Spawned from a suburban Chicago basement in the early '70s, Styx would eventually transform into the virtual arena rock prototype by the late '70s and early '80s, due to a fondness for big rockers and soaring power ballads.
With studio releases beginning in 1972 with a self-titled debut, it wasn't until the group's second release Styx II in 1973 and their hit "Lady" that the group broke into the mainstream. The group's hits include their second Top 10 success, "Come Sail Away" and the track "Fooling Yourself," both from 1977's The Grand Illusion. The following year "Blue Collar Man" and "Renegade" were smash singles spawned from Pieces of Eight.
The band's 2012 DVD release Styx: The Grand Illusion/Pieces Of Eight Live featured them performing both albums in their entirety for the first time. Also, in the same year, Styx released their double-disc Regeneration, Volume I & II. In addition to 13 Styx classics and a brand new song, “Difference In The World,” the collection also includes interpretations of “High Enough” and “Coming Of Age,” originally recorded by Damn Yankees, which featured Tommy Shaw, along with Night Ranger’s Jack Blades, Ted Nugent and drummer Michael Cartellone.
The band had originally re-recorded these acclaimed anthems to sell only at their live shows as they continued to tour the globe and introduce a new generation of fans to their chart-topping hits before deciding to make it available to all fans.
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