Journey

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Journey - Captured Captured
Pop New - LP CG 37016 Columbia
Sealed 1981 2LP Gatefold Original. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Six Years.... more details
 
Journey - Departure Departure
Pop Audiophile - LP HC 46339 CBS Mastersound
Factory Sealed 1981 Half Speed Master.... more details
 
Journey - Dream, After Dream Dream, After Dream
Pop Used - LP 27AP 1950 CBS / Sony
Japanese Pressing With Obi, Custom Card Inner Sleeve And 4 Page Insert. Appears New, Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop Audiophile - LP HC 47408 CBS Mastersound
Factory Sealed Copy Of This 1981 Embossed Cover Half Speed Master. Appears Unplayed And Of Course Way, Way Cheaper Than The MoFi.... more details
 
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Escape
Pop Used - LP 25AP 2100 CBS / Sony
Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Journey - Infinity Infinity
Pop Audiophile - LP HC 44912 CBS Mastersound
1982 Half-Speed Master. LP Appears Virtually Unplayed.... more details
 
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Journey
Pop Used - LP KC 33388 Columbia
1975 White Label Promo In Plain White Demo Jacket.... more details
 
Journey - Journey Journey
Pop New - LP PC 33388 Columbia
Sealed 1975 Original, Clean COH.... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop Audiophile - LP HC 47408 CBS Mastersound
Rare 1981 Embossed Cover Half-Speed Master. Appears Unplayed And Of Course Way, Way Cheaper Than The MoFi.... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop New - LP TC 37408 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1981 Stanley Mouse Embossed Cover Original With Rare, Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Journey - Departure Departure
Pop Audiophile - LP HC 46339 CBS Mastersound
1981 Half-Speed Master With Color Insert. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Infinity Infinity
Pop Used - LP 20AP 2497 CBS / Sony
Japanese Pressing With Obi, CC.... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-144 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed Beauty With NO Seam Splits! One Of The Top 5 All-Time Rare Mobile Fidelity Half-Speed Masters. Never Officially Released. Pristine.... more details
 
Journey - Dream After Dream Dream After Dream
Pop Audiophile - LP HC 47998 CBS
1980 Half-Speed Master With Insert. This Is The Rare, Special, Limited Edition Version, Foil Numbered 017253. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Frontiers Frontiers
Pop Audiophile - LP HC 48504 CBS Mastersound
Hard To Find Half-Speed Master. Appears Unplayed. 4 Top Forty Hits And 4 Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Journey - Captured Captured
Pop Used - LP 40AP 2001 CBS / Sony
1981 Japanese 2LP Gatefold Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
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Don't Stop Believin'
Pop Picture Disc 11 1728 CBS
1982 2 Track 45rpm Picture Disc. ... more details
 
Journey - Departure Departure
Pop New - LP FC 36339 Columbia
Sealed 1980 Original, Licorice Pizza $7.99 Price Tag Over Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Journey - Raised On Radio Raised On Radio
Pop New - LP OC 39936 Columbia
Sealed 1986 Promo Only Special Issue. Signed In Ink On The Front By All 3 Members. Also Includes Custom Monster Cable Insert Under Shrink Wrap. ... more details
 
Journey - Departure Departure
Pop Used - LP 25AP 1796 CBS / Sony
Japanese Pressing With Obi, Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
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Escape
Pop Used - LP 25AP 2100 CBS / Sony
Japanese Pressing With Obi, Looks Unplayed. A Much Cheaper And Excellent Alternative To The Exceptionally Rare Mobile Fidelity Pressing.... more details
 
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Escape
Pop Used - LP 25AP 2100 CBS / Sony
Japanese Promo Label Rarity With Obi, Looks Unplayed. A Much Cheaper And Excellent Alternative To The Exceptionally Rare Mobile Fidelity Pressing.... more details
 
Journey - Frontiers Frontiers
Pop Used - LP 25AP 2500 CBS / Sony
Japanese Pressing With Obi. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Captured Captured
Pop Used - LP 40AP 2001 CBS / Sony
Japanese 2LP Gatefold With Inserts And Obi. LPs Look Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Departure Departure
Pop New - LP FC 36339 Columbia
Sealed 1980 Original. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Journey - Next Next
Pop Used - LP PC 34311 Columbia
1977 White Label Promo. ... more details
 
Journey - Look Into The Future Look Into The Future
Pop Used - LP PC 33904 Columbia
1978 White Label Promo. ... more details
 
Journey - Frontier Frontier
Pop New - LP QC 38504 Columbia
Sealed 1983 Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Hard To Find Without Cut-Out Holes. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Journey - Raised On Radio Raised On Radio
Pop Used - LP OC 39936 Columbia
Hard To Find 1986 Original With The Rare Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap And Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Look Into The Future Look Into The Future
Pop New - LP PC 33904 Columbia
Sealed 1976 Original. Clean COH.... more details
 
Journey - Next Next
Pop New - LP PC 34311 Columbia
Sealed 1977 Original.... more details
 
Journey - Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
Pop Used - 12 AS 1599 Columbia
1983 Promo Only Radio 12" With "Separate Ways" On Both Sides. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Jacket, Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Candid Conversation Candid Conversation
Pop Used - LP AS 1606 Columbia
1983 Promo-Only Vinyl In Custom Picture Sleeve. Issued By Columbia In Support Of The Band's "Frontiers" Album And Featuring Music From That Released, Interspersed With Band Interviews. Approximately 50 Minutes In Length.... more details
 
Journey - Still They Ride Still They Ride
Pop Used - 12 AS 1487 Columbia
1981 White Label Promo Radio 12" Featuring The Non-LP "La Raza Del Sol" On The B-Side. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Dead Or Alive / Lay It Down / Open Arms Dead Or Alive / Lay It Down / Open Arms
Pop Used - 12 AS 1369 Columbia
Rare 1981 White Label Promo Radio 12" Featuring Three Tracks From "Escape." Gold Promo Stamp On Back Jacket. Jacket Has A Very Lightly Bumped Corner; Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Look Into The Future Look Into The Future
Pop New - LP PC 33904 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1976 Original. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Journey - Greatest Hits Greatest Hits
Pop Used - LP OC 44493 Columbia
Extremely Hard To Find 1988 Original. Custom Song Hype Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Includes Two Hit Songs, Never Before On Journey Albums: "Only The Young" From The Movie Vision Quest; "Ask The Lonely" From The Movie "Two Of A Kind." Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop Audiophile - LP 30AP 2138 CBs Mastersound
Stunning Japanese Mastersound Series LP With Obi In Shrink Wrap. Comes In A Deluxe Heavy-Duty Jacket With Card Inner Sleeve, Color Catalog Of All The Mastersound Titles And Custom Lyric Inner Sleeve. Way, Way, Way Cheaper Than The MoFi.... more details
 
Journey - Captured Captured
Pop Used - LP KC2 37016 Columbia
Beautiful 1981 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeves And Giant Color Poster. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Cut At Masterdisk.... more details
 
Journey - Next Next
Pop Used - LP 20AP 2496 CBS / Sony
Mint, Unplayed 1977 Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Journey - The Radio Show / BBC Rock Hour Show The Radio Show / BBC Rock Hour Show
Pop Used - LP 236 London Wavelength
Stunning And Deadly Rare 1981 3LP 3 Hour BBC Radio Show Made For Broadcast On Labor Day, 1981. Includes All Cue Sheets. All Three LPs Appear Unplayed. Likely To Be The Only Copy We Will Ever See Of This Rare Piece.... more details
 
Journey - Greatest Hits Greatest Hits
Pop New - LP OC 44493 Columbia
Factory Sealed. First Copy We Have Seen In A Long Time. Extremely Hard To Find 1988 Original. Includes Two Hit Songs, Never Before On Journey Albums: "Only The Young" From The Movie Vision Quest; "Ask The Lonely" From The Movie "Two Of A Kind." Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Journey - Departure Departure
Pop New - LP FC 36339 Columbia
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Journey - Look Into The Future Look Into The Future
Pop New - LP PC 33904 Columbia
Sealed 1976 2nd Issue.... more details
 
Journey - Who's Cryin' Now / Stone In Love Who's Cryin' Now / Stone In Love
Pop Used - 12 AS 999 Columbia
1981 Two-Track Promo-Only 12" Single In Picture Sleeve With promo Laebls. Issued As A Teaser In Advance Of The Band's Ginormous "Escape" LP. Jacket Shows Light Wear, Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
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Who's Crying Now / Stone In Love
Pop Used - 12 AS 999 Columbia
1981 Two-Track Promo-Only 12" Single In Picture Sleeve. Issued As A Teaser In Advance Of The Bnad's Ginormous "Escape" LP. Jacket Shows Light Wear, Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
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Who's Crying Now / Stone In Love
Pop Used - 12 AS 999 Columbia
1981 Two-Track Promo-Only 12" Single In Picture Sleeve. Issued As A Teaser In Advance Of The Bnad's Ginormous "Escape" LP. Jacket Shows Light Wear, Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Raised On Radio Raised On Radio
Pop Used - LP OC 39936 Columbia
Hard To Find 1986 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Frontiers Frontiers
Pop Used - LP QC 38504 Columbia
Beautiful 1983 Original With Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap And Custom Inner Sleeve. 1G/1H Stampers Cut At Masterdisk. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Raised On Radio Raised On Radio
Pop New - LP OC 39936 Columbia
Sealed 1986 Original.... more details
 
Journey - Evolution Evolution
Pop New - LP FC 35797 Columbia
Sealed 1979 Original. “With The Platinum Triumph Of Infinity Still Ringing In Their Ears Like Coins In A Slot Machine, Journey Was Now Committed To Completing Their Transformation From Jazz Fusion/Prog Rock Mavens Into Arena Rock Superstars With Their Fifth Album, 1979's Evolution. This Transition (Also Clearly Illustrated By The Futuristic Insect Gracing Each Album Cover Henceforth) Would Not Come Without Its Growing Pains, However, And While Producer Roy Thomas Baker Was Back For A Second Go-Round, Original Drummer Aynsley Dunbar Would Be The First Casualty Of The Band's New Direction. Thankfully, Former Ronnie Montrose Skin-Beater Steve Smith Soon Brought His College-Trained Jazz Fusion Background To The Table, And The Band Was Ready To Get Back To Work. If Infinity Had Defined A New Songwriting Formula For The Act, Evolution Only Served To Develop It And Streamlined It Further, Clearly Qualifying As Their Strongest Effort To Date And Endearing The Band To Millions Of FM Rock Listeners In The Process. With Commercial Rock Hits Like "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'" (Their First Single To Crack The Top 20), "Too Late" (Which Reached Number 70), And The Powerful "Just The Same Way" (Which Peaked At Number 58) Leading The Way To Radio Dominance, Journey Had Never Sounded Stronger Or More Determined. And With Steve Perry's Tenor Pipes Now Clearly Driving The Band's Engine, And Guitarist Neal Schon Beginning To Relish In His Guitar-Hero Persona, Journey Could Seemingly Do No Wrong. Evolution Quickly Became The Band's Biggest-Selling Album.” John Franck, AMG.... more details
 
Journey - Frontiers Frontiers
Pop New - LP QC 38504 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1983 Original. Pristine Copy. “Frontiers Managed To Give Journey Four Top 40 Hits, With "After The Fall" And "Send Her My Love" Both Reaching Number 23, "Faithfully" At Number 12, And "Separate Ways" Peaking At Number Eight -- The Same Amount That 1981's Escape Brandished. While They Tried To Use The Same Musical Recipe As Escape, Frontiers Comes Up A Little Short, Mainly Because The Keyboards Seem To Overtake Both Schon's Guitar Playing And Steve Perry's Strong Singing. An Overabundance Of Jonathan Cain's Synth Work Cloaks The Quicker Tunes And Seeps Into The Ballads, Slightly Widening The Strong Partnership Of Perry And Schon. "Faithfully" Tried To Match The Powerful Beauty Of "Open Arms," And While It's A Gorgeous Ballad, It Just Comes Inches Away From Conjuring Up The Same Soft Magic. "Separate Ways" Grabs Attention Right Off The Bat With Stinging Synthesizer And A Catchy Guitar Riff, And "Send Her My Love" Emphasizes Perry's Keen Ability To Pour His Heart Out. The Rest Of The Songs On The Album Lack The Warmth That Journey Is Famous For, Especially In Their Mix Of Fervor And Intimacy Shown On This Album's Predecessor” Mike DeGagne. All Music Guide..... more details
 
Journey - Look Into The Future Look Into The Future
Pop New - LP PC 33904 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1976 Original With Custom "On A Saturday Night" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Journey - Frontiers Frontiers
Pop Used - LP QC 38504 Columbia
1983 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Cut At Masterdisk.... more details
 
Journey - Frontiers + Tour Pass Frontiers + Tour Pass
Pop New - LP QC 38504 Columbia
Sealed 1983 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Includes A Rare 1983 World Tour Pass.... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop New - LP TC 37408 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1981 Stanley Mouse Embossed Cover Original. Includes The Monster Hits "Don't Stop Believin'," "Who's Crying Now" And "Open Arms." Crisp Corners.... more details
 
Journey - Next Next
Pop Used - LP PC 34311 Columbia
Beautiful 1977 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Journey Journey
Pop Used - LP PC 33388 Columbia
Original Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve Of Their 1975 Debut Album. 1B/1B Stampers. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Showing A Great Deal Of Influence From Santana (The Band Journey Members Gregg Rollie And Neal Schon Had Recently Departed From) And Before Steve Perry Joined And Sugar Coated Their Sound, Journey Put Out Three Hard Rocking Albums. Since Gregg Rollie Had Handled A Great Deal Of Santana’s Lead Vocals Journey Was Basically A More Rock And Roll Version Of Santana. Opening With “Of A Lifetime” Which Shows Off Neal’s Great Lead Guitar That Starts Off Slowly Then Builds To A Frenetic Jam With All Members Getting To Show Off Their Talents. With Two Instrumentals On This Album Journey Are Pretty Much A Different Band Than What They Would Become As The Top Forty, Steve Perry Dominated Band A Few Years Later. Be Warned, If You Are Expecting Anything Like What The Band Became With Steve Perry, You Will Be Disappointed. If You Prefer A Harder Rocking Sound, This One Is For You.... more details
 
Journey - Infinity Infinity
Pop Audiophile - LP FRM 34912 Friday Music
Sealed 2011 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. Remastered By Joe Reagoso And Kevin Gray. Special Price!... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop Used - LP JC 37408 Columbia
Beautiful 1981 Stanley Mouse Embossed Cover Original With Rare, Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap Which Is Barely Intact.... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop New - LP TC 37408 Columbia
Factory Sealed 1981 Original. (Non Embossed) Cover Art By Stanley Mouse. Includes The Monster Hits "Don't Stop Believin'," "Who's Crying Now" And "Open Arms."... more details
 
Journey - Infinity Infinity
Pop Used - LP 25AP 866 CBS / Sony
1978 Japanese Original With Obi And Insert. Promo Stamp On Labels. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. “By 1977 Journey Had Reached A Creative Crossroads, With Three Underwhelming Studio Albums Under Their Belt And Little To Show In The Way Of Commercial Success. At The Prodding Of Manager Herbie Herbert, Who Felt A Major Shakeup Was Needed In Order To Reignite Their Spark, The Band Was Convinced To Audition And Eventually Recruit The Services Of Former Alien Project Vocalist Steve Perry. Sure Enough, Adding Him To The Band Just Prior To The Sessions For Infinity Proved To Be A Stroke Of Genius, And A Move That Undeniably Altered The Course Of History For The Fledging Bay Area Act. Released In January Of 1978, Infinity Easily Proved To Be The Band's Most Cohesive Work To Date. With The New Songwriting Combo Of Perry/Neal Schon Leading The March, The Band Set Out To Completely Redefine Their Sound: Perry's Soaring, Whale Of A Voice, Schon's Scorching Fret Work, And Gregg Rolie's Subtle Keyboard Arrangements. With Newfound Confidence, Journey Crafted A Record That Could Finally Land Them On The Radio. Loaded With Future FM Staples Like "Wheel In The Sky" (Which Hit The Top 50 In April Of 1978), "Lights" (Which Quietly Peaked At Number 68 That August), Infinity Introduced Journey To An Entirely New Audience. Even Non-Singles Like "Patiently (The First Tune Perry Ever Wrote With Schon) And "Somethin' To Hide" Were Leaps And Bounds Beyond The Band's Previous Accomplishments. It Effectively Cemented Their Rep As One Of America's Most Beloved (And Sometimes Hated) Commercial Rock/Pop Bands.” John Franck, AMG.... more details
 
Journey - Evolution Evolution
Pop Used - LP 25AP 1355 CBS / Sony
1979 Japanese Original With Wide Obi, Custom Inner Sleeve And Insert. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Journey - Who's Crying Now / The Journey Story Who's Crying Now / The Journey Story
Pop Used - 12 A 13 1467 CBS
1981 UK 45rpm Limited Edition Collector's 12" Single Housed In A Flip Back Picture Sleeve. "The Journey Story" Is A Medley Of 14 Journey Tracks. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Journey - Eclipse Eclipse
Pop New - LP FR LP 517 Frontiers
Sealed 2011 2LP Gatefold Original. Not Released On Vinyl Outside Of Italy. “Journey Manages To Pull Off A Nifty Trick On 2011’s Eclipse: They Fuse Their Prog Rock Beginnings With Their Arena Rock Heyday Of The Mid-‘80s. What They Neglect To Do Is Find Hooks To Have This Play For An Audience Larger Than The Already Devoted. There Is No “Separate Ways,” No “Don’t Stop Believing,” No “Open Arms” Here Because The Emphasis Is Not On The Song, It’s On The Instrumental Action, The Way The Group Carves Soundscapes Out Of Massive Guitars, Intricate Rhythmic Interplay, And Cascades Of Synthesizers. That’s Not To Say That Eclipse Is Hook-Less, Because There Are Melodies For Arnel Pineda To Sing And Riffs For Neal Schon To Churn Out, But Both Certainly Take A Backseat To The Overall Sound Journey Creates, One That Is Certainly Classic Rock Without Sounding Particularly Classic. Eclipse Pulsates With A Certain Insular Chill That Isn’t Especially Welcoming; This Is Music Made For The Musicians, And If Anybody Else Happens To Like It, That’s Just A Minor Bonus.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG... more details
 
Journey - Infinity Infinity
Pop Used - LP 25AP 866 CBS / Sony
1978 Japanese Original With Obi And Insert. “By 1977 Journey Had Reached A Creative Crossroads, With Three Underwhelming Studio Albums Under Their Belt And Little To Show In The Way Of Commercial Success. At The Prodding Of Manager Herbie Herbert, Who Felt A Major Shakeup Was Needed In Order To Reignite Their Spark, The Band Was Convinced To Audition And Eventually Recruit The Services Of Former Alien Project Vocalist Steve Perry. Sure Enough, Adding Him To The Band Just Prior To The Sessions For Infinity Proved To Be A Stroke Of Genius, And A Move That Undeniably Altered The Course Of History For The Fledging Bay Area Act. Released In January Of 1978, Infinity Easily Proved To Be The Band's Most Cohesive Work To Date. With The New Songwriting Combo Of Perry/Neal Schon Leading The March, The Band Set Out To Completely Redefine Their Sound: Perry's Soaring, Whale Of A Voice, Schon's Scorching Fret Work, And Gregg Rolie's Subtle Keyboard Arrangements. With Newfound Confidence, Journey Crafted A Record That Could Finally Land Them On The Radio. Loaded With Future FM Staples Like "Wheel In The Sky" (Which Hit The Top 50 In April Of 1978), "Lights" (Which Quietly Peaked At Number 68 That August), Infinity Introduced Journey To An Entirely New Audience. Even Non-Singles Like "Patiently (The First Tune Perry Ever Wrote With Schon) And "Somethin' To Hide" Were Leaps And Bounds Beyond The Band's Previous Accomplishments. It Effectively Cemented Their Rep As One Of America's Most Beloved (And Sometimes Hated) Commercial Rock/Pop Bands.” John Franck, AMG.... more details
 
Journey - Infinity Infinity
Pop Used - LP JC 34912 Columbia
First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock Of This Rare 1978 White Label Promo With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. “By 1977 Journey Had Reached A Creative Crossroads, With Three Underwhelming Studio Albums Under Their Belt And Little To Show In The Way Of Commercial Success. At The Prodding Of Manager Herbie Herbert, Who Felt A Major Shakeup Was Needed In Order To Reignite Their Spark, The Band Was Convinced To Audition And Eventually Recruit The Services Of Former Alien Project Vocalist Steve Perry. Sure Enough, Adding Him To The Band Just Prior To The Sessions For Infinity Proved To Be A Stroke Of Genius, And A Move That Undeniably Altered The Course Of History For The Fledging Bay Area Act. Released In January Of 1978, Infinity Easily Proved To Be The Band's Most Cohesive Work To Date. With The New Songwriting Combo Of Perry/Neal Schon Leading The March, The Band Set Out To Completely Redefine Their Sound: Perry's Soaring, Whale Of A Voice, Schon's Scorching Fret Work, And Gregg Rolie's Subtle Keyboard Arrangements. With Newfound Confidence, Journey Crafted A Record That Could Finally Land Them On The Radio. Loaded With Future FM Staples Like "Wheel In The Sky" (Which Hit The Top 50 In April Of 1978), "Lights" (Which Quietly Peaked At Number 68 That August), Infinity Introduced Journey To An Entirely New Audience. Even Non-Singles Like "Patiently (The First Tune Perry Ever Wrote With Schon) And "Somethin' To Hide" Were Leaps And Bounds Beyond The Band's Previous Accomplishments. It Effectively Cemented Their Rep As One Of America's Most Beloved (And Sometimes Hated) Commercial Rock/Pop Bands.” John Franck, AMG.... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop New - LP FRM 37408 Friday Music
Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm HQ Reissue Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover.... more details
 
Journey - Greatest Hits 2 Greatest Hits 2
Pop New - LP 88697934231 Columbia
Sealed 2011 2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover. From 1978 Through 1988, Journey Was Undisputedly One Of The Most Popular And Successful Bands In The US. Their Original Studio Albums Were Massive Sellers, With More Than 30 Singles Reaching Billboard's Top 100 Charts. Journey's Success Grew With Each Release, Selling Out Stadiums Across The U.S., And For All Intents And Purposes Inventing The Album Oriented Rock Radio Format. During The Bands' Hiatus In 1988, Their Greatest Hits Album Was Issued, Surveying 15 Tracks From The Band's 7 Albums. Over The Years, Journey's Music Has Been Used In Films And Recently In Several High-Profile TV Shows (Particularly The Song "Don't Stop Believin'"). Now 16 Times Platinum In The U.S., Journey's Greatest Hits Has Taken On A Life Of Its Own, Garnering New Fans Who Have Discovered The Band Through Shows Like "Glee," "Family Guy," "The Sopranos" And "American Idol." But As Successful As Greatest Hits Is, It's Only A Part Of The Journey Story. Several Top 40 And Top 20 Singles Were Not Included, As Well As Songs Near And Dear To Principal Songwriters Steve Perry, Neal Schon And Jonathan Cain. For Those Who Love The Greatest Hits And Want More.... more details
 
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Escape
Pop New - LP FRM 37408 Friday Music
Sealed 2010 Gatefold Reissue.... more details
 
Journey - Greatest Hits Greatest Hits
Pop New - LP 84421 Legacy
Sealed 2011 2LP Gatefold Reissue Pressed On 180 Gram Vinyl. Two Hype Stickers On The Front Baggy.... more details
 
Journey - Evolution Evolution
Pop Used - LP FC 35797 Columbia
1979 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve Featuring Photos And Credits. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “With The Platinum Triumph Of Infinity Still Ringing In Their Ears Like Coins In A Slot Machine, Journey Was Now Committed To Completing Their Transformation From Jazz Fusion/Prog Rock Mavens Into Arena Rock Superstars With Their Fifth Album, 1979's Evolution. This Transition (Also Clearly Illustrated By The Futuristic Insect Gracing Each Album Cover Henceforth) Would Not Come Without Its Growing Pains, However, And While Producer Roy Thomas Baker Was Back For A Second Go-Round, Original Drummer Aynsley Dunbar Would Be The First Casualty Of The Band's New Direction. Thankfully, Former Ronnie Montrose Skin-Beater Steve Smith Soon Brought His College-Trained Jazz Fusion Background To The Table, And The Band Was Ready To Get Back To Work. If Infinity Had Defined A New Songwriting Formula For The Act, Evolution Only Served To Develop It And Streamlined It Further, Clearly Qualifying As Their Strongest Effort To Date And Endearing The Band To Millions Of FM Rock Listeners In The Process. With Commercial Rock Hits Like "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'" (Their First Single To Crack The Top 20), "Too Late" (Which Reached Number 70), And The Powerful "Just The Same Way" (Which Peaked At Number 58) Leading The Way To Radio Dominance, Journey Had Never Sounded Stronger Or More Determined. And With Steve Perry's Tenor Pipes Now Clearly Driving The Band's Engine, And Guitarist Neal Schon Beginning To Relish In His Guitar-Hero Persona, Journey Could Seemingly Do No Wrong. Evolution Quickly Became The Band's Biggest-Selling Album.” John Franck, AMG.... more details
 
Journey - Escape Escape
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-144 Mobile Fidelity
One Of The Top 5 All-Time Rare Mobile Fidelity Half-Speed Masters. Never Officially Released. Small Top Right Corner Push. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Seen In Ten Years.... more details
 
Journey - Raised On Radio Raised On Radio
Pop New - LP OC 39936 Columbia
Sealed, Hard To Find 1986 Original With The Rare Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap And Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Journey - Departure Departure
Pop Used - LP FC 36339 Columbia
1980 Original Custom Inner Sleeve And Gold Promo Stamp On The Back Cover. 1B/1J Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Arguably Journey's Best Album, With “Infinity” And “Evolution” Also Vying For The Top Spot. This Album Is More Immediate Than The Other Two And Far Superior To Any Of The Releases With Jonathan Cain.... more details
 

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