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Album Review

Journey has given radio some of AOR's finest three-minute gems, both in hard rock and ballad form. Time 3 strings together all their best songs, most of them popular and some not so well known, but all extremely enjoyable and laid out over the course of three discs. Set up chronologically, the first disc unleashes their raw sound, with the first eight songs being pre-Steve Perry. With tracks from Infinity, Evolution, and Departure rounding out disc one, a young Perry sets a musical precedent with his soaring voice. Even so, "Any Way You Want It" steals the show amidst all of their early material. Disc two is where this set truly shines, containing their biggest hits and covering the most entertaining and fruitful part of Journey's career. Seven of the songs here are from 1981's Escape album, including of course "Open Arms," "Don't Stop Believing," and "Who's Crying Now." The first half of the disc finishes off hits from the Departure album, and smoothly rolls into songs from the live Captured. The third disc starts off with the B-side "La Raza Del Sol," and follows with "Only Solutions" from the movie Tron. The best songs from Frontiers and Raised on Radio make up the next ten tracks, and finishes with wonderful live performances of "Girl Can't Help It" and "I'll Be Alright Without You." Time 3, which comes with a colorful booklet and informative liner notes about each song (released in this style when the set first hit shelves), is an extremely comprehensive overview. There is an overabundance of material here, but all of it is incredibly pleasing.

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The Great Collection

This is the greatest collection out there for all those Journey fans! Not only does TIME3 have all the great songs that we have grown to love but it also has songs that show the true musical genius of Journey, such songs as "Just The Same Way", "Someday Soon", "Happy To Give" and soo much more. This is the best chance to take your Journey experience to the next level and experiencing songs outside of their Greatest Hits album. I garauntee that you will love this album almost as much as I do.

Forget "Greatest Hits"; make the investment in this

3-disc set spans their entire career up through 1986 (after which they'd break up until 1998). All the classic cuts are here, although "Lights" is a live version. You'll also find 6 or so songs from the first 3 albums, before Steve Perry joined. Different style back then; very interesting to listen an compare! Even the non-album songs are great. B-sides like "Liberty", the Greatest Hits bonus track "Ask the Lonely", and "Only Soltuions" from the TRON soundtrack are all excellent. If you love the hits, you'll like many of the other songs here too. My first Journey purchase, and it was well worth it!

Journey time

I heard Journey for the first time in 1975 when they released their first album. Went to see them at the University of Toledo and it was such an awesome concert, we really felt we found a band that was great. I was really bummed out when they sold out and went "bubble gum" but I guess that is where the money is. The really great thing about this collection is that it exposes a some of the real musical genius of the early songs. At that point Journey was 1/2 of Carlos Santana's band. Listen to "of a lifetime" on this album, then listen to "Black magic woman" or "Hope you're feeling better" by Santana, sound fimilar? Watch the Santana video clip from Woodstock, you'll see Greg Rollie and Neil Schoen of Journey. I read an article in Rolling Stone when the band first came out, it said that Carlos kicked Neil out of the band because he was outplaying him.


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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