The Styx Shipping Society - Demo 2007 album download
|1||As The Seer Leaves The Building...|
|2||The Great Celebration Of The Ego - Or The Question Why|
Demo, 2007, Self-Released. 1. As the Seer Leaves the Building. 2. The Great Celebration of the Ego - Or the Question Why. Learn more. Album, 2008, Self-Released. Limited to 100 copies. 5. Down the River We Go - Beyond the Blue Waves of existence.
The Styx Shipping Society discography (all). A Grand Opening for a Coming End (2008). The Styx Shipping Society.
aufgenommen im Jahr 2007 in Eigenregie (DEMO 2007). B52s Planet Claire FULL HQ Restored best version!!
The Styx Shipping Society BY, Germany.
The Styx Shipping Society Down the river we go - beyond the blue waves of existence. The Styx Shipping Society The spiritual funeral of my best friend. The Styx Shipping Society Across the styx. The Styx Shipping Society Nothing but ashes. The Styx Shipping Society Portrait of an unborn god. (play). The Styx Shipping Society "Father, it's me, the death!" (play).
The Outworld Acheronthia Styx. Mirroring Imagination Acheronthia Styx. Doors To The Unknown Acheronthia Styx. The Fragments Of Time Acheronthia Styx. Talkin' About The Good Times (Pretty Things) Styx. I Am The Walrus (The Beatles) Styx. Hey, I'm Lost (Demo, Previously Unissued) Butch Engle & The Styx. I'm A Fool Butch Engle & The Styx.
Pieces of Eight is the eighth studio album by Styx, released on September 1, 1978. Like the band's previous album, The Grand Illusion (1977), it managed to achieve triple platinum certification, thanks to the hit singles "Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)" and "Renegade". The band members produced and recorded the album (like their previous three efforts) at Paragon Studios in Chicago with recording engineer Barry Mraz and mixing engineer Rob Kingsland.
This is a great album and SUPER ambitious for Styx. They get high marks for that. While I don't think it's the second coming of "the big two", there are definitely points that do hit that lofty goal. One bitch: the Production to me is super dry throughout and that's not a quality that I dig with my STYX stuff. It NEEDS that reverb/delay to help give it that "STYX SOUND". My opinion, but I grew up (and old) with the band. If this came out in the 90s, I'd get why they dried things out so much, but STYX isn't a grungy band . Overture: This is a cool way to open the album and super proggy for Styx, which is great. As a piece of music, I like it. The one thing that immediately strikes me is how DRY the production is.