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Profile and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, March 1975

NO QUESTION about it. Styx were stuck. Their second album had lain on the record warehouse shelves for two years doing nothing but gather dust. ...

Styx: Crystal Ball (A&M) **

Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, December 1976

THIS ONE I rather like. Not so much for its musical qualities but for the strange sense of homour through which these five debonair Chicagoans ...

American revolution: Aerosmith, Boston, Kansas and co.

Overview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, February 1978

LIKE A FOREST fire, the flames of the new wave roared across the British rock scene, leaving behind a charred and blackened landscape. A few ...

Styx: Top Rank, Sheffield

Live Review by Andy Gill, New Musical Express, June 1978

STYX, AS you'll doubtless be aware if you're familiar with the curious musical predilections of our American cousins, are a disgustingly successful five-piece band of ...

Styx

Interview by Andy Gill, New Musical Express, 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 ...

Styx: A Bang and a Wimp-er

Report and Interview by Geoff Barton, Sounds, February 1980

Despite the hit single 'Babe' Styx are still Pomp Rock Supremos, Claims Geoff Barton from the USA ...

Can Styx Save America?

Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Kerrang!, September 1981

"Young Americans listen when I say/There's people putting us down/I know they say we've gone lazy/To tell you the truth we've seen better days/Don't need ...

Styx: Kilroy Was Here (A&M)

Review by J. Kordosh, Creem, June 1983

MEET THE Premise. Rock 'n' roll has been banned from this good green Earth by your usual bunch of hypocrites. Woe is everyone. Along comes ...

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