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Rockin' The Paradise



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A&M Records




Pop Rock, Classic Rock



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AMS 9161

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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AMS 8175Styx Rockin' The Paradise ‎(7", Single)A&M RecordsAMS 8175UK1981
AMS 12-9162Styx Rockin' The Paradise ‎(12", Maxi)A&M RecordsAMS 12-9162Europe1981
AMS 9161Styx Rockin' The Paradise ‎(7", Single)A&M RecordsAMS 9161Netherlands1981
AMS 8175Styx Rockin' The Paradise ‎(7", Single, Promo)A&M RecordsAMS 8175UK & Europe1981
AMS 9177Styx Rockin' The Paradise / Crystal Ball (Live) ‎(7")A&M RecordsAMS 9177France1981


  • Mastered BySST
  • Producer, Arranged ByStyx
  • Written-ByDennis DeYoung, James Young , Tommy Shaw (tracks: A)


℗ 1981
Stygian Songs, Adm. by Almo Music Corp.

Taken from the A&M LP: "Paradise Theatre" AMLK 63 719
Made in Germany
Printed in Holland


  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 0485
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 9161-A- SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 9161-B- SST
  • Other (Distribution code): CB 111


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Stygian Songs
  • Distributed By – CBS Schallplatten GmbH
  • Distributed By – CBS Records
  • Mastered At – SST Brüggemann GmbH
  • Pressed By – Rhein-Main Schallplatten-Produktion GmbH



Текст песни: Lead vocals by dennis deyoung So whatcha doin tonight Have you heard that the worlds gone crazy Young americans listen when I say theres people puttin us A. 1928Rockin' The Paradise Paradise Theatre. 1928, Rockin' the Paradise is the fourth single release from Styx's 1981 triple-platinum album Paradise Theatre. It was released to rock stations as defined by Billboard Magazine. The single went all the way to 8 on the Billboard Rock Chart. 1928 is a short, piano-based song by Dennis DeYoung, set to the same melody as The Best of Times, that segues into the song Rockin' the Paradise. This and the preceding track would serve as the opening songs of not only the Paradise Theater. Listen free to Styx Rockin' the Paradise Snowblind. 1 track 4:58. I will be posting these other performances soon and doing some special videos for my YouTube channel. Rockin the Paradise. Whatcha doin' tonight Whatcha doin', whatcha doin' Well have you heard that the world's gone crazy Young Americans listen when I say There's people puttin' us down I know they're sayin' that we've gone lazy To tell you the truth we've all seen better days. Don't need no fast buck lame duck profits for fun Quick trick plans, take the money and run We need long term, slow burn, getting it done And some straight talking, hard working son of a gun. 1928Rockin' the Paradise serves as the introduction to the Paradise Theatre album, welcoming fans to the newborn theatre for its opening gala. by Styx. Album: Paradise Theater 1981. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . Artistfacts . Styx made a video for this song, which was prescient considering MTV was not yet on the air. It's a modified performance clip where Dennis DeYoung wears something resembling a 1920s tuxedo and sings near a player piano before joining his bandmates on stage. When MTV launched eight months after the album was released, Rockin' the Paradise was the 10th song they played. More songs from Styx. More songs inspired by places. More songs from 1981. Styx Artistfacts. Rockin' the Paradise - written by DeYoung, Shaw and James Young - went to 8 on the Top Rock Track Chart. Paradise Theatre became Styx's only US 1 album. It was the band's fourth consecutive triple-platinum album. Vinyl copies of the album have a design featuring the name of the band laser etched directly onto the vinyl on side 2 some copies had a wax design of the cover art. The vinyl record sleeve was a gate-fold and was painted by artist Chris Hopkins. On the back cover, label and spine, the title of the record is spelled Paradise Theater, while on the front cover, the title is spelled Paradise Theatre. Return to Paradise Styx album. Return to Paradise is a live album by Styx, released in 1997. It features songs from their successful reunion tour with Tommy Shaw, but without John Panozzo, who died in July 1996. It includes three new studio tracks, including Dear John, which Shaw wrote as a tribute to Panozzo. Disc 1. On My Way Tommy Shaw 5:02. Paradise Dennis DeYoung 4:29. 1928, Rockin' the Paradise Dennis DeYoung, James Young, Tommy Shaw 5:23. Styx released 'Paradise Theatre' in January 1981. 19, 1981, and immediately added another entry to Styx's growing stack of hits, cementing their status as one of the era's biggest bands. As with any concept album, the key to Paradise Theatre 's mainstream success lay in the listener's ability to enjoy the songs without necessarily caring about - or even being aware of - the narrative arc that was supposed to hold them all together. Presented as a cohesive whole, the record was still easily parted out to pop radio, where Shaw's Too Much Time on My Hands and DeYoung's The Best of Times crack

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