Styx Greatest Hits Part 2

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Styx - Greatest Hits Part 2
Greatest hits album by Styx
Released 1996
Recorded 1975-1996
Genre Rock
Progressive rock
Hard rock
Pop rock
Length 76:25
Label A&M
Producer Styx and Dennis DeYoung
Styx compilation chronology
Styx Greatest Hits
(1995)
Styx Greatest Hits Part 2
(1996)
Extended Versions
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Entertainment Weekly D [2]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide 1/5 stars [3]

Styx - Greatest Hits Part 2 is a 1996 compilation album by the rock band Styx and a follow-up to Greatest Hits, another compilation album released in 1995. The album features 14 previously released Styx songs as well as two new songs, "Little Suzie" and "It Takes Love".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Original album Length
1. "A.D. 1928" Dennis DeYoung Paradise Theatre, 1981 1:07
2. "Rockin' the Paradise" DeYoung, James "J.Y." Young, Tommy Shaw Paradise Theatre 3:34
3. "Light Up" DeYoung Equinox, 1975 4:17
4. "Sing for the Day" Shaw Pieces of Eight 4:57
5. "First Time" DeYoung Cornerstone, 1979 4:23
6. "Mademoiselle" DeYoung, Shaw Crystal Ball, 1976 3:55
7. "Snowblind" Young, DeYoung Paradise Theatre 4:58
8. "Boat on the River" Shaw Cornerstone 3:10
9. "Borrowed Time" DeYoung, Shaw Cornerstone 4:58
10. "Lights" Shaw, DeYoung Cornerstone 4:37
11. "Queen of Spades" Young, DeYoung Pieces of Eight 5:38
12. "Love at First Sight" Glen Burtnik, DeYoung, Young Edge of the Century, 1990 4:33
13. "Haven't We Been Here Before" DeYoung, Shaw Kilroy Was Here, 1983 4:04
14. "Superstars" Young, DeYoung, Shaw The Grand Illusion, 1977 3:59
15. "Little Suzie" Burtnik, Bob Burger, Shaw, DeYoung New song previously unissued, 1996 4:49
16. "It Takes Love" Burtnik, Burger New song previously unissued 3:26

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Styx Greatest Hits Part 2 at AllMusic
  2. ^ Flaherty, Mike (1996-06-28). "Styx: Greatest Hits Part II Review". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2013-02-09. 
  3. ^ Brackett, Nathan; Christian Hoard (2004). The Rolling Stone Album Guide. New York City, New York: Simon and Schuster. p. 789. ISBN 0-7432-0169-8.