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1980s.FM - Styx - Paradise Theatre
Album Information
Album Paradise Theatre
Artist Styx
Year 1981
Genre Rock

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
AmazoniTunes 02 Rockin' The Paradise
3:34 218
AmazoniTunes 03 Too Much Time On My Hands
4:30 231
No Link 04 Nothing Ever Goes As Planned
4:46 66
AmazoniTunes 05 The Best Of Times
4:15 191
No Link 06 Lonely People
5:18 85
No Link 07 She Cares
4:16 61
AmazoniTunes 08 Snowblind
4:54 104
AmazoniTunes 09 Half-Penny, Two-Penny
5:58 126

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1 review done for this album.

Paradise Theater
By: da1e
Date: 5 Mar 2012
One of the most successful albums by Styx and probably the oddest theme for an album. Centered around the fictional Paradise Theater of downtown Chicago, the album starts out with a sleepy love ballad into that quickly leads into "Rockin The Paradise" - sadly a song that really never hit the radios. From there on, the diversity of the album includes the popular love ballad "Best of Times"...which starts out very similar to the album's intro track. Party times and post prohibition era are the theme for "Too Much Time On My Hands". Snow-Blind, Half-Penny Two-Penny reference the greed of the times and the Great Depression. The album ends on what sounds like a sad note. To me it's more of a draw to press the replay button. With more singles (although not all Top 40) probably the best album by Styx that isn't a compilation album.

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