Pieces of Eight - Styx

Pieces of Eight


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1978-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 1978 UMG Recordings, Inc.


Title Artist Time
Great White Hope Styx 4:23 USD 1.29
I'm O.K. Styx 5:44 USD 1.29
Sing for the Day Styx 5:01 USD 1.29
The Message Styx 1:08 USD 1.29
Lords of the Ring Styx 4:35 USD 1.29
Blue Collar Man Styx 4:07 USD 1.29
Queen of Spades Styx 5:41 USD 1.29
Renegade Styx 4:17 USD 1.29
Pieces of Eight Styx 4:44 USD 1.29
Aku Aku Styx 2:56 USD 1.29


  • Last review by (keithemon) 😘

    By Chummlly
    Never too OLD,,',,,,
  • Pretty darned good

    By Simi Dave
    If it didn't have I'm OK and Aku Aku, i'd give it 5 stars.
  • Best B Side of an album.

    By Viper63
    Pieces side B is the best album I have ever heard. If it just had Blue Collar Man and Renegade it would still be number 1 side B. But when Styx added Queen of Spades and the title track Pieces of Eight. I have a hard time finding a better B Side.
  • cool

    By Katelyn_Eliz
    this is great not their best but incredible
  • Best Styx Album

    By PeterPanMan5
    I'm 17 and Styx is my favorite band. This music is simply not matched in the modern day- all the songs and albums are truly inspired. This is my favorite album of all (just above the Grand Illusion), I love the message. Blue Collar Man tells the story of a family in this tough economy, Pieces of Eight of how wealth is overrated. Totally worth the money, I listen to it over and over.
  • This is the best Styx put out

    By dont matter does it?
    If you are looking for the best Styx cd, this is it. A great listen from song 1 to the end and not a bad song to be found here.
  • Second only to Grand Illiusion

    By Rockman0007
    An amazing record, unfortunately to me their last great "complete" album, others had amazing songs, but many average songs too.

    By harbormaster50
    Funny thing that Dennis and Tommy were both lead vocals in these songs....credit where credit is due...Tommy Shaw was backup on some songs and Dennis was on some as well.....can't believe that itunes would mention Tommy and not Dennis...oh wait...yes I can.....Dennis Deyoung was "Styx" he was one of the main founders, not Tommy Shaw......
  • Renegade!

    By Brettguy5
    Amazing album!
  • an absolutely spiritual album

    By groesener
    i maintain that this album represents a spiritual revelation. Stick this on the iPod, plug in with noise canceling earphones, and start in on the lawn with the mower, and you will be reborn by the time you're finished. The lawn will be trimmed, and your mind...your mind will be cleared of whatever was wrong before you started. I don't care what troubled you, this album pulls together as a complete experience such as I have rarely experienced, to leave you refreshed, and renewed. This album takes you from affirmation, challenge, dirty, lowdown fight for survival, and back to the realization that our experience in life is just a shadow of what it could be. And no, no chemicals were inducted prior to the writing of this review. I just think it's that good.