Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man) - Styx - Greatest Hits (CD)


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1995
Label: A&M Records - CD-0387 • Format: CD Compilation, Club Edition, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Arena Rock, Classic Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man) - Styx - Greatest Hits (CD) ”

  1. Tygodal says:
    Times taken from media player & most vary slightly from what is printed. The three biggest exceptions are: "Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)" (listed as ), "Come Sail Away" (listed as ) & "Miss America" (listed as )/5(58).
  2. Goltirisar says:
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  3. Akinokazahn says:
    "Fooling Yourself" is the second single released from Styx's The Grand Illusion album. The song was written by guitarist Tommy Shaw. Shaw has said many time in interviews that "Fooling Yourself" was originally based on Shaw's initial perception of Styx keyboardist Dennis DeYoung — an "angry young man" who viewed the group's successes with a wary eye and grew angry or depressed with every .
  4. Doujin says:
    Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man) Styx From the album Greatest Hits. Start Station. Start Station. Play Song. Play Song. Share. Share. Lyrics. You see the world through your cynical eyes. You're a troubled young man I can tell. You've got it all in the palm of your hand.
  5. Vukasa says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Ecopak CD release of Greatest Hits on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - B,A&M Records - 2 • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered, Reissue Ecopak • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock.
  6. Kazil says:
    Replacing the band's volume in A&M's Classics series, Greatest Hits collects all Styx's major chart and radio hits, from "Lady" to "Show Me the Way." Although they were a definitive album-oriented rock band, creating records that were meant to be listened to as a whole, their finest moments were always their singles, making Greatest Hits the only Styx disc many fans will need to own.
  7. Zusho says:
    "Fooling Yourself" was the last song played before he killed himself. Wickes clearly didn't heed the song's message, which assures the "angry young man" that he has a lot to live for: "Your future looks quite bright to me." Billy Joel beat Styx to the theme, releasing " Angry Young Man " .
  8. Nenos says:
    "Fooling Yourself " is the second single released from Styx's The Grand Illusion album. On the Billboard Hot pop chart in the U.S., the single peaked at #29 in April It also hit no. 20 on the Canada RPM Top Singles chart the week of May 6, The song was written by guitarist Tommy Shaw. It was originally based on Shaw's initial perception of Styx keyboardist Dennis DeYoung — an .
  9. Gor says:
    Greatest Hits is a compilation album by the American rock band Styx. It was released by A&M Records on August 22, It contains 16 tracks, 8 of which were Billboard Top 10 Pop Singles, another 4 that were Billboard Top 40 Pop Singles, and 4 that received heavy airplay on FM album oriented rock stations.

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