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Styx - Cornerstone Album

Performer:

Styx

Title:

Cornerstone

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1576 mb

Label:

A&M Records

Rating:

4.2

Style:

Prog Rock, Pop Rock

Country:

Japan

Date of release:

26 Oct 2016

Catalog:

UICY-77887

Styx - Cornerstone Album

Tracklist

1Eddie4:15
2Borrowed Time4:58
3Never Say Never3:07
4Boat On The River3:10
5Lights4:37
6First Time4:23
7Why Me3:35
8Babe4:26
9Love In The Midnight5:22

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SP-3711Styx Cornerstone ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, S/Edition, Pla)A&M RecordsSP-3711US1979
3932391Styx Cornerstone ‎(LP, Album)A&M Records3932391NetherlandsUnknown
2220032, SP-3711Styx Cornerstone ‎(LP, Album, RP)PGP RTB, A&M Records2220032, SP-3711Yugoslavia1980
D20Y4006Styx Cornerstone ‎(CD, Album, RE)A&M RecordsD20Y4006Japan1989
L 37090, L37090Styx Cornerstone ‎(LP, Album, Gat)A&M Records, A&M RecordsL 37090, L37090Australia1979

Credits

  • Arranged By [Horns]Ed Tossing
  • Arranged By [Strings]Arnie Roth
  • Bass Guitar, Bass [String Bass], VocalsChuck Panozzo
  • Bass Guitar, Double Bass [String Bass], VocalsChuck Panozzo
  • Coordinator [Promotion]Jim Cahill
  • Crew [Road]"Stretch" Couppleditch, "Yaz" Jastrembski, Ed Stukey, Jim Vose, Jeff Ravitz, Mike Sherrill, Tom Reedy
  • Design [Package]Mick Haggerty
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Autoharp, VocalsTommy Shaw, Tommy Shaw
  • EngineerGary Loizzo, Rob Kingsland
  • Guitar, Guitar Synthesizer, Autoharp, VocalsJames (JY) Young
  • Guitar, Synthesizer [Guitar], Autoharp, VocalsJames (JY) Young
  • Keyboards, VocalsDennis DeYoung, Dennis DeYoung
  • Liner NotesShin Katayama
  • Management, Directed By [Stardust Enterprises]Derek Sutton
  • Mastered By [Runout]TJ
  • Other [Styling] – Ros Cross
  • Percussion, VocalsJohn Panozzo, John Panozzo
  • Photography ByAaron Rapoport
  • Photography By [Portrait]Hauser, D'Orio
  • ProducerStyx
  • Saxophone [Solo]Steve Eisen
  • Written-ByDennis DeYoung, James Young , Tommy Shaw

Notes

The first pressing contains a mastering defect in the right channel on tracks 1 and 7. The corrected reissue is distinguished by a '2' at the end of the matrix number instead of '1'.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 4988031181058
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): UICY-77887 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): UICY-77887 2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L278
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records
  • Copyright (c) – A&M Records
  • Record Company – USM Japan
  • Marketed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Distributed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Recorded At – Pumpkin Studios

Album

Cornerstone is the ninth studio album by the American rock band Styx, released in 1979. Styx's third straight triple platinum selling album, Cornerstone was Styx's only album to earn a Grammy nomination, which was for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group. Like the four previous Styx albums, the band produced the album themselves. Styx recorded the album at Pumpkin Studios in Oak Lawn, Illinois. Styx - Cornerstone 1979. Styx album. 1979 studio album by Styx. Studio album by. Cornerstone became Styx's first US Top 5 album peaking at 2 on the Billboard album chart and is currently sitting at Double Platinum according to the . although A&M said it went Triple Platinum 3 million copies sold in the US. 1 Track listing. 2 Personnel. 1 Styx. 2 Additional personnel. 3 Production. Cornerstone is the ninth studio album by Styx, released in 1979 see 1979 in music. Cornerstone was Styx's follow-up to their second consecutive Top 10 selling Triple Platinum album in a row, 1978's Pieces of Eight. The band started using a new recording studio Pumpkin Studios in Oak Lawn, Illinois. STYX - First Time Cornerstone Album. UMG от лица компании A&M Warner Chappell, Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. Band Name Styx. Album Name Cornerstone. Type Album. Released date 19 October 1979. Labels A And M Records. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album12. Why Me. Presenting radio with one of the best rock ballads ever, Cornerstone gave Chicago's Styx their big break with the number one single Babe, which held that spot for two weeks in October of 1979. While this single helped the album climb all the way to the number two spot on the charts, the rest of the tracks from Cornerstone weren't nearly half as strong. On Oct. 19, 1979, Styx laid down the Cornerstone for what they hoped would be a brand new phase in a career that had already been underway for nearly a decade. In doing so, they took the calculated risk of simplifying their oft-times highbrow material with pop-rock ingredients. This caused consternation among some die-hard fans, but it also led to the embrace of countless new ones. Cornerstone wouldnt solve that pesky little conundrum, but it would allow Styxs stalwart cadre of songwriter-vocalists - Dennis DeYoung , Tommy Shaw and James JY Young - an opportunity to stretch their songwriting talents and test the possibilities of mainstream radio. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Cornerstone Styx album

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