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2.56 | 28 ratings | 2 reviews | 4% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing



1. Faith In The Heartland (6:56)
2. The Place In Your Heart (4:20)
3. A Better Life (5:40)
4. Every Generation (5:52)
5. Butterfly (She Flies Alone) (5:56)
6. Believe (5:41)
7. Knowing That You Love Me (5:21)
8. Out of Harms Way (5:14)
9. In Self-Defense (3:10)
10. Better Together (5:05)
11. Gone Crazy (4:04)
12. Beyond The Clouds (6:54)
13. Never Too Late (bonus track) (4:59)

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Line-up / Musicians


Steve Augeri - Lead vocals, additional guitars (5, 6)
Neal Schon - Guitar, Lead Vocals (9)
Ross Valory - Bass, Lead vocals (11)
Jonathan Cain - Keyboards, Lead vocals (4), Additional Rhythm Guitar (13)
Deen Castronovo - Drums, Lead Vocals (3, 13)

Releases information

Sanctuary Records
FR CD 254
KICP-1100

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JOURNEY Generations ratings distribution


2.56
(28 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(4%)
4%
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(14%)
14%
Good, but non-essential (36%)
36%
Collectors/fans only (36%)
36%
Poor. Only for completionists (11%)
11%

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Review by snobb
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2 stars Journey album from XXI century. Neal Scon is still there and plays some stereotypic AOR guitar. Another vocalis Steve Augery is competent and trying to be close to original. All the music is usual melodic AOR and you heavily will find differences from band's long AOR history.

No experiments, no changes, nothing that can attract attention. From the good side is still quite energetic and melodic pop-rock, and you can't feel how old they are.

Don't know, what for this album was recorded (ok, everyone needs some money to pay bills), but in the beginning of XXI century it hardly will attract someone.

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Posted Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Review by ZowieZiggy
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3 stars This has been quite a ride for "Journey". Some thirty years after their excellent debut (and still unmatched) album. The way was paved with very good albums (the first three) and an awful lot of poor and totally AOR ones.

This "Generations" opens on a decent rocker which is very much "U2" oriented ("In The Name Of Love" came straight to my mind while I was listening to this song). But I prefer to listen to such a rock tune than most of their songs for the last thirty years.

The rock feel is very much present throughout the album. Not that all these songs are great, but at least they are melodic and, here and there, one can enjoy the excellent guitar work for the genius.

These characteristics apply to most of the songs from this album. "Believe" is another example to only name it, on the heavy side though. For sure, the relation with prog is not quite perceptible and one should consider this album as a pure rock streaming performance (with an AOR tendency for sure).

Another good song from this album (after the opening one) is "Out Of Harm's Way". Very much Led Zep oriented (maybe it is the reason why it is my fave in here). Some sort of "Achilles Last Stand" clone. Superb beat, great guitar, decent vocals: the highlight as far as I'm concerned.

Same sort of comments about the speedy hard rocking "In Self-Defense". Another winner for sure. Again, Neal is particularly neat in this performance. He was too much on the background for many, many years and it is a pleasure to hear him like this again.

The travel into some giants of rock music goes on with the very much Purple oriented "Better Together" (Mark III era). A solid and heavy blues rock which kicks quite a bit. The hectic "Gone Crazy" and the delightful rock ballad" Beyond The Clouds" just confirm that this album is by far their best one since "Next" in 1977 (but I admit that it was not very difficult).

A good rock album. Three stars.

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Posted Saturday, December 19, 2009

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