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Dennis DeYoung: Desert Moon (1984)

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Artist:

Dennis DeYoung

Title:

Desert Moon

Released: 1984
Label: A&M
Catalog: SP 5006
Genre: Pop / Rock
T R A C K L I S T:
01 Don't Wait For Heroes
02 Please
03 Boys Will Be Boys
04 Fire
05 Desert Moon
06 Suspicious
07 Gravity
08 Dear Darling (I'll Be There)
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Dennis DeYoung - Back To The World [A&M Records SP-5109] (1986)

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Dennis DeYoung

Title:

Back To The World

Released: 1986
Label: A&M Records
Catalog: SP-5109
Genre: Pop, Rock


T R A C K L I S T:
01-This Is The Time
02-Warning Shot
03-Call Me
04-Unanswered Prayers
05-Black Wall
06-Southbound Ryan
07-I'll Get Lucky
08-Person To Person
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Album Review

Back to the World is the second solo album from Dennis DeYoung. It was released in 1986 by A&M Records. It reached #108 on The Billboard 200 Charts. ''Call Me'' reached #5 on the Adult Contemporary Chart.

The song ''This is the Time'' was included on the soundtrack to the movie Karate Kid II. [wikipedia.org]

Dennis DeYoung's Biography

by Craig Harris [allmusic.com]

The keyboardist/vocalist of Chicago-based arena rock band, Styx, Dennis DeYoung continues to cultivate a successful solo career. Recording on his own as early as 1984, DeYoung produced four impressive solo albums -- Desert Moon, Back to the World, and Boomchild before reuniting briefly with his former bandmates in 1990.

The reunion proved to be brief, however, and Styx disbanded a second time shortly after releasing an album, Edge of the Century. DeYoung used the opportunity to record his fourth solo album, 10 on Broadway, which celebrated the influence of such composers as George and Ira Gershwin, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Tim Rice.

Although he returned to Styx when they reunited again in 1996, and played on their first studio album in eight years, Return to Paradise, a serious viral ailment that made him sensitive to light, caused him to bow out of a national tour. By the time that he recuperated, Styx had replaced him with a new singer, Lawrence Gowan. Attempting to sue over the use of the band's name, DeYoung settled out of court in late 2001. Forced to rely on his own talents, DeYoung wasted no time. He composed and recorded a musical based on Victor Hugo's novel, Hunchback of Notre Dame, played Pontius Pilate in a touring production of Jesus Christ Superstar, and re-recorded the Styx hit, "The Grand Illusion" for Siegfried and Roy's IMEX film. Tracks from his first three solo albums were compiled and released in 1999 as Ultimate Collection.
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