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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
During the '90s, such veteran arena rockers as Journey and Styx mounted comebacks, both of which featured all, or most of, their classic lineups. But in both cases, both reunions were fleeting, and instead of packing it up for good, both acts soldiered on with new frontmen -- in Journey's case, Steve Augeri got the nod to fill Steve Perry's shoes, while Styx replaced Dennis DeYoung with Lawrence Gowan. As most longtime Styx fans know, DeYoung brought balladry and also a flair for the dramatic to the band Domo Arigato, "Mr. Roboto"?, while guitarist Tommy Shaw wanted the band to be a tried and true rock outfit. Now that Shaw has been appointed captain of the Styx ship, ...
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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
During the '90s, such veteran arena rockers as Journey and Styx mounted comebacks, both of which featured all, or most of, their classic lineups. But in both cases, both reunions were fleeting, and instead of packing it up for good, both acts soldiered on with new frontmen -- in Journey's case, Steve Augeri got the nod to fill Steve Perry's shoes, while Styx replaced Dennis DeYoung with Lawrence Gowan. As most longtime Styx fans know, DeYoung brought balladry and also a flair for the dramatic to the band Domo Arigato, "Mr. Roboto"?, while guitarist Tommy Shaw wanted the band to be a tried and true rock outfit. Now that Shaw has been appointed captain of the Styx ship, Cyclorama is expectedly more straight-ahead rock than anything he band has ever done, especially evident on such cuts as the album opener "Do Things My Way" and the goofy "Bourgeois Pig" featuring special guest Billy Bob Thornton. But Styx misses the mark badly by trying to update their sound on "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye," which is an obvious attempt at honing in on Sum 41 and blink-182 territory. Additionally, while listening to such ambitious tracks as "These Are the Times," you can't help but think that the material would've been even better if DeYoung were still involved. As evidenced by Cyclorama, DeYoung is just too big a missing piece of the Styx puzzle. [The album was also released in a Dual Disc version, as well as a DVD-audio edition that included video content.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/1/2004
  • Label: Silverline
  • UPC: 676628823491
  • Catalog Number: 288234

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Do Things My Way
  2. 2 Waiting for Our Time
  3. 3 Fields of the Brave
  4. 4 Bourgeois Pig
  5. 5 Kiss Your Ass Goodbye
  6. 6 These Are the Times
  7. 7 Yes I Can
  8. 8 More Love for the Money
  9. 9 Together
  10. 10 Fooling Yourself (Palm of Your Hands)
  11. 11 Captain America
  12. 12 Killing the Thing That You Love
  13. 13 One With Everything
  14. 14 Geni Desu Ka
Disc 2
  1. 1 Waiting for Our Time
  2. 2 Fields of the Brave
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Styx Primary Artist
Jude Cole Vocals
John Waite Vocals
Brian Wilson Background Vocals
Glen Burtnik Electric Bass, Vocals, Upright Bass, Synthesizer Bass, Guitar (12 String Electric)
Tommy Shaw Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Guitar (Baritone)
Larry Gowan Organ, Synthesizer, Piano, Vocals
Gary Loizzo Vocals
Chuck Panozzo Bass Guitar, Background Vocals
Todd Sucherman Percussion, Drums, Vocals, Loops, Synthesizer Bass
James "Jockey" Young Electric Guitar, Vocals
Billy Bob Thornton Vocals
Jannelle Guillot Voiceover
Technical Credits
Paul Young Composer
Glen Burtnik Composer, Vocal Arrangements
Tommy Shaw Composer, Producer
James Young Composer
Lee Baker Artwork
Jack Blades Composer
Bob Burger Composer
Larry Gowan Composer
Jimmy Hoyson Engineer
Steven A. Jones Video Director
Gary Loizzo Producer, Engineer
Gary Lux Producer
Todd Sucherman Composer
Craig Williams Engineer
Ken Hale Producer
John Trickett Executive Producer
Mark Linnett Engineer
Dan Stout Mastering
Storm Thorgerson Cover Design
Plinky Giglio Engineer
Dimo Safari Cover Design
Jim Mitchell Engineer
Bob Michaels Executive Producer, Mastering
Jeff Dean Executive Producer
Darrell Lance Abbott Cover Design
Bruce Monical Engineer
James "Jockey" Young Producer
Rupesh Pattni Graphic Design
Eddie Escalante Authoring
A.J. Lara Camera Operator
Kehni Davis Quality Control
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