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Journey - Dream after dream
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Journey - Dream after dream

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2011-03-15 Year: 1980
Label: Columbia Records
Genre: Classic Rock,  AOR
Producer: Kevin Elson / Journey
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Back in 1980, I had to buy Dream after dream as a Japan import first which was a pretty expensive affair but as a huge Journey fan. I bought it without hesitating and not even listened to it in the record store. I was a bit disappointed when I got home just to hear the album was mostly filled with instrumental songs, but after a few days and few more spins I got to like it a bit more. Especially the songs with vocals from Steve Perry, "Little girl" is a true Journey-esque track that could´ve been featured on Departure and the 8 minute long "Destiny" is really cool too that sounds like a sister to 1981 b-side "La raza del sol". I´m sure the band had lots of fun while recording this movie soundtrack but it´s my least favorite record with Journey (the Perry era).



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After the release of the Journey┬┤s debut album, guitarist George Tickner left Journey to attend Stanford Medical School.


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