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The legendary Styx masterwork Cornerstone is absolutely one of the finest albums of their long career and one of the greatest examples of classic rock you could ever experience. Filled with several hit singles and celebrated album tracks, this watershed multi-platinum 1979 album continues to be one of the most revered albums ever in their stunning catalog of albums, remaining many weeks in the upper rungs of the music charts after its release!
Featuring the powerful superstar vocals and keyboards of the great Dennis DeYoung, the legendary hard rockin' guitarist/vocalist James Young, the exciting songs, voice and guitar styling of Tommy Shaw, the pumping bass of Chuck Panozzo and the power drumming of the late John Panozzo, Cornerstone has gone on to be one of their most popular albums, selling millions of units worldwide thanks in part to the number one super smash single Babe.
Friday Music is very honored now to present once again Cornerstone, which also continues our exclusive and much applauded Styx 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series. Authorized by Styx, this exceptional high quality album is now mastered impeccably from the original A&M Records tapes by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music studios. Cornerstone is also housed in a beautiful first time gatefold cover and includes all the hits you remember like Babe, Never Say Never, Lights and Boat On The River. This album truly continued the arena rock level of popularity for Styx, and has kept them at the top of their game ever since. Cornerstone truly a fine album for the audiophile vinyl domain.
So turn on your turntable, plug in your guitar, and celebrate the essential timeless classic prog-rock sounds of Styx and Cornerstone once again, on an amazing high quality audiophile vinyl LP from your friends at Friday Music.
|2. Why Me|
|4. Never Say Never|
|5. Boat On The River|
|6. Borrowed Time|
|7. First Time|
|9. Love In The Midnight|
As much as I hate to say it (because I don't feel that old), this is a Styx classic. It takes me back to my youth and simpler times for me.Published 1 month ago by Antiquated Flatulence
I have loved this album since it first was released. This album does however seem to mark the point Styx was mellowing and becoming more pop or radio oriented. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. K. Marlowe