in Hard Rock Styx – Blue Collar Man January 22, 2009, 1:50 am 1.5k Views 47 Comments Styx Blue Collar Man Pieces Of Eight Styx – Blue Collar Man source BlueCollarManStyx See more Previous article Motörhead – Orgasmatron Next article Slabo Day – Peter Green 47 Comments Leave a Reply You damn right . my oldest brother said at Charlotte coliseum styx open for kiss. When kiss played styx fans booed kiss chanting styx styx styx. Seen them same venue in n.c. Kilroy was here. Not many ten years olds seen concerts . asked my big bro joey what's that funny smell. He said clove cigarettes yea right. The bleacher got caught on fire and people stacking liquor bottles as a pyramid. Scared as hell. My brother bought me a styx Kilroy was here tee-shirt I was the coolest kids at jr. High now called middle school. I was 10 then 1981 I think and will turn 50 this augeat. Styx is the soundtrack of my life minus Mr. Roboro ole hell no. Love you Dennis but Tommy don't know any songs to write about robots. Chris horne loyal styx fan. Reply Total awesomeness from back in the "good ole days" when music was actually great. Reply The keyboard sounds like a Deep Purple song Reply Looking for work right now. It’s always so hard. 😅 Reply What a great song. One of my fave styx songs. Top shelf styx for sure Reply Most rock guitarist back then were into jazz first that's why they were such great guitar players. Reply How sad that politics take over a thread that should be filled with nothing but appreciation for such a phenomenal band. Reply Man. Renegade used to be my favorite Styx song… this one's better. Reply NE1 make it through those 84 replies~! heh EDIT: You don't understand!!! Reply You are lower than a blue collar man if work at UPS my husband should know he been there 18 Year Reply I find its chorus a bit similar to Bon Jovi's "You Give Love a Bad Name", but it's an awesome song. Reply Haters gonna hate.Awesome band. Reply Anyone hear the demon at 1 12 need a head set Reply I was born in 87' and I still wondered for years "WHO ARE THESE GUYS!" When I heard it rarely on the radio Reply CLOSER CLOSER Reply "I 'm just a poor soul in the unemployment line…" six years now,still here,though……holdin' on to the governments' austerity measures,obeyin' to the imf,to the european union,and to the ex soviet union,as well. They say,I 'm greek. I say,I 'm an anarchist,and an atheist,too………… Reply Hou yeah, Deep Purple !! Oh, wait… Reply Excellence Reply Grrat song, great band?Im so tierd of pussys with thumbs down… why dont we meet somewhere to talk about it.. and then I blow your puss head clean off and fold you in half in a nice barrel? Reply Top 20 of all time great bands. So get over it Reply I have not listened to this song since I was about 7 years old! Reply 1:48 Reply Critics are no talent ass clowns. Styx are legends. Reply Good shit! Reply hard to be a Blue Collar Man when the greedy corporate cocksuckers keep automating everyone out of work, take your universal basic income and shove it up your ass, America was built on the blood sweat and tears of the middle class Reply Blue collar man here. Landscaping and Fisherman. Dam good tunes for out on the water all day. Reply I think the AXSTV interview of Styx by Dan Rather should be required viewing for Styx fans…. I would’ve never guessed James Young was so deep. Tommy Shaw is just the awesome guy we already knew he was. When he was talking about harmonies and gospel music and suddenly sang out “jubilee, jubilee” I almost fell out of my chair. Then there’s the Canadian dude Lawrence Cowan. He’s a great fit. Wish I knew what happened with Dennis DeYoung, but as a screwed up war vet I know shit happens to the mind…. Anyway, cool interview. Styx is one of the greatest rock and roll bands of my generation. Reply This song if I may borrow a line from White Guys kicks major ass Reply In Quebec Styx were Big ! Reply Anyone here listening to this song by Styx in 2019???? Reply Styx and Queen , The Who and Queensryche, Rush and Tool, i love a good rock opera. Reply I loved Styx in my youth. ❤ Reply STYX Reply I bought the LP in 1978 – I haven't heard better music since then in the last 41 years. Reply Dennis DeYoung is an asshole. The rest of the band was awesome. Download Damn Yankees. Reply 2019…. and still very valid lyrics to this day. Reply Listen to this song, you lazy millennial bastards! Then…GET A JOB AND MOVE OUT! Your parents want their basement back. Reply muy buena musica la de este grupo Reply Styx the best of the 70s music.kept us all balanced..love them.❤ Reply SO MANY great mid to late seventies bands that don't get the respect they deserve…Styx, Kansas, Blue Oyster Cult, Boston, Foreigner, Pat Travers Band, Pablo Cruise, Eddie Money, Robin Trower, Molly Hatchet…Just to name a few.Throw in the bands who DO get some love and respect, and you have the greatest era in Rock & Roll history….Queen, Rush, AC DC, Van Halen, Journey, Aerosmith, Heart, Sammy Hagar, Kiss, Cheap Trick, The Cars…Peace, Love and Rock and Roll! Reply Always been a blue collar man…Can't imagine a suit and tie, livin' a lie, when I gotta be free to be me..Fuck this bankster run world..When shit goes south, those c*nts will be crying for men like me, and I WILL laugh straight in their mutherfucking lying c*nt faces….How's all those degrees working out for you now, Pussies? Reply Listen to this song when I really wanna say fuck this job then I get it done and grind for my family Reply Keyboard work was done by Johnnie Johnson…..pianist for Chuck Berry. Reply 👮💪COLLAR👮💪MAN. Reply the man that was suppost to lose Reply 7 – 13 -19This is my favorite song by STYX I can relate to it .I was hit by a car over 30 years ago and no one would hire me So I started my own business. Reply My favorite group and favorite album in the late 70’s. Had it on 8 track! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!