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3.09 | 110 ratings

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4 stars The second album of Journey from 1976 is maybe less enjoyble than the first, but is no doubt a strong release. While in this period Journey isn't at the peak of their career, they are at the top of musical creativity. This is an excellent album, in fact one of the best Journey ever done, with very strong guitar riffs and solos, very smooth keyboards solos made by Gregg Rolie, and very intristing druming by Aynsley Dunbar who keep the rythmic section very tight along with his mate Ross Valory. All the pieces has same level, i can't choose one to be the best, every track is a weener and is not a step down from previous work. This album is maybe less prog than the debut, but worth investigate for sure. I like very much the rough voice of Gregg Rolie and smooth if the mood changes in calm zone. All in all a great album with strong and tight composition, Look into the future might please every fan who enjoy hard rock with blues/jazz leanings. 4 stars for sure
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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