Styx released Kilroy Was Here in February of 1983. The album was the first album since 1981's Paradise Theatre. Kilroy was a concept album about censorship. The idea came to keyboardist/vocalist Dennis DeYoung whom read an article on two fundamentalist brothers whom burned rock records because they had Satanic messages. Dennis came up with a concept where rock music was banned by Dr Righteous(guitarist James "JY" Young) and the rock stars were put in prison. This concept proved prophetic when the PMRC would emerge a few years later and of course the Parental Advisory stickers became a way of life. Kilroy then breaks out of prison and meets rock rebel Jonathan Chance(guitarist/vocalist Tommy Shaw) and try to bring rock back. I first bought this album on CD in 1995 and loved it from first listen thanks to the Caught in the Act concert film which told the story of this album better. Highlights on this album are Dennis' huge hit singles Mr Roboto(peaked at #3) and Don't Let It End(peaked at #6), Tommy's Cold War and Haven't We Been Here Before and JY's Heavy Metal Poisoning. The album was a huge success peaking at #3 and was another Platinum seller for the band. Unfortunately, Tommy left the band during the Kilroy tour. Because of this, Dennis put Styx on hold. Highly recommended!