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Raised On Radio

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Album Review

Journey's ninth new studio album found the group reduced to a trio of guitarist Neal Schon, singer Steve Perry, and keyboard player Jonathan Cain. But even without their regular rhythm section, the group was able to re-create the accessible pop/rock sound perfected on earlier albums such as Escape and Frontiers. Schon's guitar still cut through the fat keyboard chords, and Perry's fluid tenor still gave the songs an airy, melodic appeal. All of that was good for sales of two million copies and five chart singles, four of which made the Top 40 and one of which, "Be Good to Yourself," reached the Top Ten. That didn't match the seven-million-selling number one Escape, but it confirmed that Journey's music had a large audience right to the (temporary) end of its career. [Legacy Recordings reissued the album in 2006 with a couple bonus tracks: live video mixes of "Girl Can't Help It" and "I'll Be Alright Without You."]

Customer Reviews

Amazing!

This album has to be the greatest album EVER made by Journey, next to Escape ofcourse. 'Positive Touch' shows off the usual catchy side to Journey's music, but 'Be Good to Yourself' is an uplifting song that I'm sure has helped a lot of people through the times, afterall, it does say, 'Be good to yourself when, nobody else will.' Every song Journey makes seem to have that extra something that can relate to any aspect of your life. 'Raised on Radio' is the explanation of Perry's love of music and how when he was younger all he needed was his radio, and it didnt matter what music was playing because every genre inspired him. This song stands out on the album and showcases a different side to the band. I couldnt name one song in this album that I dont like because every song is amazing, Journey are a band that will never get annoying or bore you because their songs are (without wanting to sound cheesy) CLASSIC. Steve Perrys voice is possibly one of the best voices I have ever heard, to be able to sing in such a high register and make it sound effortless is REAL talent. Not forgetting, Neal Schon, because he really does always blast out awesome guitar solo's. And Jonothan Cain for his ingenius piano parts that inspired me to take up the instrument. I wish their were more people my age (14) that appreciated this band. Overall, this really is the album that should have got even more credit than it did. 5 stars dont do it justice.

Raised On Radio Oh Yeah!

Deffinitly One Of (If Not THE) Best Vocal Vertuossoes In the World! My Man STEVE PERRY! If you are in any dout of this, listen to the power skill and beauty of his amazing voice in Suzanne, one of Journey best+ should have been on both of their greatest hits. Posative Touch, Be Good To Yourself, Raised On Radio and of course Suzanne: 5stars without question! This Album Should Have got number 1 . Perry and Jonathan Cain, one of the best songwriting duo's ever I LOVE THIS ALBUM, I LOVE STEVE PERRY, I LOVE JOURNEY!!!!!

The Girl Cant Help It

Quite simply the best Melodic Rock song ever, and from, without doubt Journey's best album. Its crazy to think they split up after this. Escape is a classic too, but this album contains one awesome song after another. Enjoy

Biography

Formed: 1973 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

During their initial 14 years of existence (1973-1987), Journey altered their musical approach and their personnel extensively while becoming a top touring and recording band. The only constant factor was guitarist Neal Schon, a music prodigy who had been a member of Santana in 1971-1972. The original unit, which was named in a contest on KSAN-FM in San Francisco, featured Schon, bassist Ross Valory, drummer Prairie Prince (replaced by Aynsley Dunbar), and guitarist George Tickner (who left after...
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