I recently re-listened to portions of the Styx album Kilroy Was Here, and realized it's actually a pretty good album.
*dons flame-proof suit*
We've been talking about this for a long time, but this does it.
We here at Chit-Chat are staging an intervention--this has got to stop.
Don't you see what it's doing to your life--listening to Styx albums? First, you've just alienated over 90% of the human population from ever listening to anything else you have to say by saying that you like Kilroy Was Here. What's next, Rob?
Where will this end? Don't you see where this leads?
I'll tell you--trips to Japan with your life savings, wanting to talk to some crazy cosplaying girl who dresses like a robot from Kilroy Was Here that you met in some shady internet chatroom--except he'll turn out to be a 400 lb American expat living in Koyoto.
Then, it'll be a trip to the top of a belltower with a printout of Hivegod's posts, a high powered rifle, and a bag of cheese sandwiches, with only the corpse of your dead cat and fish left behind in your rent-is-three-months-overdue apartment and lengthy bizzare youtube video addressed to "the real people out there not all the phonies I know" for us and the police to try to decipher.
Don't go down that road, Rob.
Stop listening to Styx right now, and burn whatever the music has come in contact with, and start drinking heavily: it's for your own good.
United States Western Great Lakes - Owashtinong Aajigaaning Michigan
I support ya! I was browsing the library's cd collection and came across Styx's greatest hits cd and have to give it a spin, so I'll report back! A lip dub video was made at our local university (Grand Valley State University) and they chose Come Sail Away for the music so there must be something to it. That, and their sports team name are the Lakers.
* About 3 years ago I went to a concert featuring STYX, REO SPEEDWAGON, and DEF LEPPARD
* About 2 years ago I went to a concert featuring REO SPEEDWAGON and PAT BENATAR
* A few years ago I went to an AIR SUPPLY concert
* I have seen Wayne Newton, Engelbert Humperdinck, Tom Jones, and Paul Anka live in concert (multiple times)
Thank you, sir, may I have another?
I saw Air Supply years ago. John Denver was the first show I recall ever going to, also have seen: The Osmonds, Sheena Easton, The Ramones, Metallica, Heart, Anthrax, Def Lep x3, Bon Jovi, Poison x2 or 3 can't recall off hand, Warrant (with Jani "screw you sisterray" Lane), Cinderella, Satchel, Ani DiFranco (shoot upwards of a half dozen times easy), Soundgarden, Gillian Welch, Neil Young, NIN (about 4 times I reckon) - an unknown Marilyn Manson opened for them -, Greg Brown, Chicago, The Moody Blues, Inxs and Aerosmith (back to back), Van Hagar, Van Halen (sans Michael Anthony), Van Halen with Gary Cherone (actually really really good live), Kenny Wayne Sheppard, Pantera, Black Sabbath, etc., etc.,
sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't