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Brian Wilson helps out Styx
Brian Wilson, Tenacious D, Billy Bob Thornton, and former Bad English singer John Waite all add vocal contributions to the new Styx record, “Cyclorama,” due out on February 18, according to Rolling Stone.
Wilson, who singer/guitarist Tommy Shaw calls “one of the top six most important figures in modern music,” on the band’s web site, sings vocal harmonies on “Palm of Your Hand.” Tenacious D duo Jack Black and Kyle Glass sing backing vocals on “Kiss Your Ass Goodbye,” Waite backs on “Genji Des Ka,” and Thornton performs lead vocals on “Bourgeois Pig.”
Styx was formed in 1970, but found major success in the late ’70s and early ’80s with a slew of hits including “Come Sail Away,” “Babe,” and “Mr. Roboto.”
“Cyclorama” will be the first release from the arena rockers since former frontman Dennis DeYoung split with the band in 1999. DeYoung was subsequently replaced by Canadian singer Lawrence Gowan.
Only guitarist James Young remain from the band’s original lineup. Shaw joined the group in 1975.