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4.6 out of 5
158 Ratings
158 Ratings
TIKKIHEAD ,

EPIC

I'm 17 and I grew up on journey and all 70's and 80's

altoveen ,

Great Classic Album from Great Rock Band!!

This is the album that shot Journey into superstardom. Everyone of course knows Don't Stop Believin' from Glee, The Sopranos etc but it was not the biggest hit off this record that year. That belonged to the ballad Open Arms. The ballad was the first of many top 40 hits with new keyboard player Jonathan Cain (his first album). Then there's Who's Cryin Now with guitarist Neal Schon's famous solo where the band including Steve Perry told Neal to stop overplaying and play the most simple solo he could think of. He did sarcastically and it become one of the most emulated solos in soft rock history and one of his best.

This album rocks as well with Stone In Love and the title track Escape to name a couple. The two standout tracks in my opinion are Still They Ride and Mother Father. If you like Journey and great classic rock… just buy this album. You will discover like the rest of us older folks.. that there's much more to this band than Don't Stop Believin.

lgr94 ,

all time favorite album

Ahhhhh...memories of when there record groupos were actually writing, playing and making music. Great album, my favorite of all time-any band. Nice range on this album. You cant go wrong getting this. I dont know what happened between these guys, but when they put music out...it was pure rock and roll.

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