Along with Styx and REO Speedwagon, Journey ruled the charts and radio airwaves in the early '80s. And like the aforementioned bands, Journey began in the '70s, so obviously the compilers of it's 1988 GREATEST HITS release had a lot of material to choose from. Journey's sound was a merger of hard rock, compliments of guitarist Neal Schon, and the melodic pop/ballads of singer Steve Perry. This resulted in such classic rock radio staples as "Any Way You Want It", "Separate Ways", "Open Arms", "Don't Stop Believing'", "Wheel in the Sky", and "Who's Crying Now", all included here.
Along with Styx and REO Speedwagon, Journey ruled the charts and radio airwaves in the early '80s. And like the aforementioned bands, Journey began in the '70s, so obviously the compilers of it's 1988 GREATEST HITS release had a lot of material to choose from. Journey's sound was a merger of hard rock, compliments of guitarist Neal Schon, and the melodic pop/ballads of singer Steve Perry. This resulted in such classic rock radio staples as "Any Way You Want It", "Separate Ways", "Open Arms", "Don't Stop Believing'", "Wheel in the Sky", and "Who's Crying Now", all included here.
5099746314927

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Format: CD
Label: COLB
Rel. Date: 11/29/1988
UPC: 5099746314927

Greatest Hits
Artist: Journey
Format: CD
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Along with Styx and REO Speedwagon, Journey ruled the charts and radio airwaves in the early '80s. And like the aforementioned bands, Journey began in the '70s, so obviously the compilers of it's 1988 GREATEST HITS release had a lot of material to choose from. Journey's sound was a merger of hard rock, compliments of guitarist Neal Schon, and the melodic pop/ballads of singer Steve Perry. This resulted in such classic rock radio staples as "Any Way You Want It", "Separate Ways", "Open Arms", "Don't Stop Believing'", "Wheel in the Sky", and "Who's Crying Now", all included here.