Category Archives: James Young

Styx ~ Crash Of The Crown

A new one from one of the kings of Pop/Rock. Styx has been putting out great music since the 1970s & still doing so today. On my first listen to CRASH OF THE CROWN, I could tell of the greatness … Continue reading

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STYX ~ The Mission

  I listened to this album & had some questions buzzing through my head. Why does Tommy Shaw not do much singing. He DOES sing, but, Tommy being the front man for the band only sings on a few of … Continue reading

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