Styx - Styx II mp3 album
Styx II is the second album by American band Styx, released in July 1973. After releasing their debut album, which consisted mostly of cover songs, the band intended to write some strong original new material; Dennis DeYoung was particularly in favor of this. DeYoung had written a song by himself on an electric piano in the band's garage, and had originally intended for it to be on the first album. He later decided to play it on an acoustic piano.
Management by VJD Associates and Wooden Nickel Management. Vince DePaul, Personal Manager STYX road crew: Jim Broton, Tom Cynova and Tom Rutkiewicz. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A (Etched execpt I and STERLING)): I BFRS 9136 RE-1-7S STERLING LH 2. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B (Etched except I and STERLING)): BFRS 9137 -3S I STERLING LH 2. Other Versions (5 of 49) View All. Cat.
Nom de l'album Styx II. Type Album. Date de parution 1973. Labels Wooden Nickel Records. Style MusicalHard Rock. Membres possèdant cet album17.
Album, Сентябрь 1972, Wooden Nickel. 1. Movement for the Common Man (Children of the Land, Street. Children of the Land, Street Collage, Fanfare or the Common Man, Mother Nature's Matinee). 3. What Has Come Between Us.
For Styx II (1973), the Chicago-based quintet continue much in the same vein as their eponymous debut. The primary difference was the inclusion of the Dennis DeYoung power ballad "Lady" - which catapulted the combo into the Top Ten pop singles survey at an admirable number six. The collection was their first to rely entirely upon band-penned originals, kicking off with the rousing "You Need Love.
Styx II is the second album by Styx. It was released in 1973 on Wooden Nickel Records.
Listen free to Styx – Styx II (You Need Love, Lady and more). After Styx moved to A&M Records and achieved national success in the US, the album was reissued in 1980 by their prior label, Wooden Nickel. Under the title Lady, the reissue had new artwork (though it is not to be confused with a Styx compilation album that was later released with the same name). It is also the only Styx album to not feature material written or co-written by guitarist James ". Young (apart from their covers album, Big Bang Theory).
|A1||You Need Love|
|A4||You Better Ask|
|B1||Little Fugue In "G"|
|B3||Earl Of Roseland|
|B4||I'm Gonna Make You Feel It|
- Manufactured By – RCA
- Distributed By – RCA
- Artwork [Front Cover Design, Painting] – Bob Miles
- Bass – Chuck Panozzo
- Drums, Percussion, Vocals – John Panozzo
- Executive-Producer – Bill Traut
- Guitar, Synthesizer [Arp], Autoharp, Vocals – John Curulewski
- Guitar, Vocals – James Young
- Organ, Synthesizer [Arp], Vocals – Dennis DeYoung
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Murray Laden
- Producer – John Ryan
NotesBXL1-1012 is written on top right hand corner of sleeve.
H I A S T (Side A) and BFRS-9136 (Side A & B) is scratched out on Matrix/Runout
Top right corner of sleeve - BXL1-1012
Wooden Nickel Logo on the bottom center of back of sleeve.
TMW by Wooden Nickel Records, 1973 RCA Records, NY Printed in USA
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix A): BFRS-9136
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix B): BFRS-9137
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): RE1 -85 BXL1-1012A
- Matrix / Runout (SIDE B): - 4S BXL1 1012B STERLING 3 I
|WNS-1012||Styx||Styx II (LP, Album, Gat)||Wooden Nickel Records||WNS-1012||US||1973|
|WNS-1012||Styx||Styx II (LP, Album, RE)||Wooden Nickel Records||WNS-1012||US||Unknown|
|AFL1-3111||Styx||Styx II (LP, Album, RE)||RCA Victor, Wooden Nickel Records||AFL1-3111||US||1976|
|WNS-1012||Styx||Styx II (LP, Album)||Wooden Nickel Records||WNS-1012||Australia||1973|
|BWKI - 0956, BKW-1-0956||Styx||Styx II (LP, Album, Gat)||Wooden Nickel Records, RCA Victor||BWKI - 0956, BKW-1-0956||Mozambique||1975|