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for EAC/APE version if interested.rnrnPug The SmokerrnrnrnCD: Styx - Paradise Theatre [P]1980rnrnrn01. A.D. 1928 [0:01:07.20]rn02. Rockin\' the Paradise [0:03:34.65]rn03. Too Much Time on My Hands [0:04:33.02]rn04. Nothing Ever Goes as Planned [0:04:47.63]rn05. The Best of Times [0:04:21.20]rn06. Lonely People [0:05:25.40]rn07. She Cares [0:04:21.00]rn08. Snowblind [0:04:59.22]rn09. Half-Penny, Two-Penny [0:05:58.38]rn10. A.D. 1958 [0:01:06.57]rn11. State Street Sadie [0:00:26.03]rnrn# Audio CD (October 25, 1990)rn# Original Release Date: January 1981rn# Number of Discs: 1rn# Label: A&MrnrnOne album before Styx cut loose with an honest-to-goodness concept album, Kilroy Was Here, they flirted with the idea on Paradise rnTheater. The concept here has something to do with the decline of America in the \'70s, based on the condemnation and destruction rnof the Paradise Theater, a famous showplace in the band\'s hometown of Chicago. Truth be told, the concept hasn\'t held together that rnwell, though the individual songs have, led by the optimistic ballad "The Best of Times," and the rockers "Too Much Time on My Hands" rnand "Snowblind." Dennis DeYoung gives some of his most theatrical performances throughout, presaging his overly ambitious Kilroy rnconcept, but also his successful run performing in the legitimate theater, as Pontius Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar. Paradise, rnmeanwhile, was about as good as it got for Styx.