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Styx World: Live 2001

StyxWorld Live 2001
Live album by Styx
Released June 5, 2001
Genre Rock/Pop
Length 68:30
Label CMC International
Producer James "J.Y." Young
Gary Loizzo
Styx compilation chronology
Arch Allies: Live at Riverport
(2001)
Styx World: Live 2001
(2001)
At the River's Edge: Live in St. Louis
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]
The Daily Vault C−[2]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide [3]

StyxWorld Live 2001 is a live album by the band Styx released in 2001. It is drawn from performances at the Kosei Nenken Hall, Tokyo, Japan, February 10-11, 2000, Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany, October 27, 2000, and the Shaw Center, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, February 11, 2001.

Track listing

  1. "Rockin' the Paradise" (James "J.Y." Young, Tommy Shaw, Dennis DeYoung) - 4:12
  2. "High Enough" (T. Shaw, Jack Blades, Ted Nugent) - 2:07
  3. "Lorelei" (J. Young, D. DeYoung) - 4:07
  4. "A Criminal Mind" (Lawrence Gowan) - 5:59 +
  5. "Love Is the Ritual" (Glen Burtnik, Plinky) - 5:31
  6. "Boat on the River" (T. Shaw) - 4:25
  7. "Half-Penny, Two-Penny" (J. Young, Ray Brandle) - 6:35
  8. "Sing for the Day" (T. Shaw) - 4:22
  9. "Snowblind" (J. Young, D. DeYoung) - 5:22
  10. "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" (G. Burtnik, Patty Smyth) - 2:45
  11. "Crystal Ball" (T. Shaw) - 6:28
  12. "Miss America" (J. Young) - 6:19
  13. "Come Sail Away" (D. DeYoung) - 10:11
+ Produced by Lawrence Gowan

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ The Daily Vault review
  3. ^ Brackett, Nathan; Christian Hoard (2004). The Rolling Stone Album Guide. New York City, New York: Simon and Schuster. p. 789.  
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