Styx Paradise Theater on Numbered Limited Edition Hybrid SACD from Audio Fidelity
The Hybrid SACD is Finally Back at Audio Fidelity: Marking the Label's First Releases on the Format in 10 Years
Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio
1981's Paradise Theater served as Styx's tenth album overall and the band's fourth consecutive triple-platinum release. Built around a fictional account of Chicago's Paradise Theatre and its parallels to a changing America, the 11-song set became Styx's greatest commercial triumph and their only No. 1 album.
Paradise Theater produced three Billboard Hot 100 hits including Dennis DeYoung's "The Best of Times," Tommy Shaw's "Too Much Time On My Hands" and the DeYoung/Shaw/Young number "Rockin' The Paradise." The album also features the controversial anti-drug cut "Snowblind" which was unjustly branded as being "satanic" by Tipper Gore.
This numbered limited edition Hybrid SACD version of Styx's Paradise Theater from Audio Fidelity has been mastered for the format by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and is compatible with both CD and SACD players.
1. A.D. 1928
2. Rockin' the Paradise
3. Too Much Time On My Hands
4. Nothing Ever Goes As Planned
5. The Best of Times
6. Lonely People
7. She Cares
9. Half-Penny, Two-Penny
10. A.D. 1958
11. State Street Sadie