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Styx

Andy Gill, NME, 10 June 1978

BY DAY, DENNIS DE YOUNG WAS A REGULAR GUY WITH A PONCEY NAME, LACQUERED HAIR, AND A PENCHANT FOR GAUDY FAKE ANTIQUE FURNITURE... BUT BY NIGHT HE TURNED INTO A RAMPAGING ROCOCO ROCKER, AS HE BANDED WITH OTHERS IN THE PURSUIT OF 'PERSONAL COMMERCIAL SATISFACTION' IN STYX

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