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Escape

Journey's seventh album, Escape, was released in August of 1981 on the Columbia Records label. With three hit singles, Escape became Journey's biggest album yet, and remains one of their most popular and best-reviewed works-to-date.

Track listing

  1. "Don't Stop Believin'"
  2. "Stone in Love"
  3. "Who's Crying Now"
  4. "Keep on Runnin'"
  5. "Still They Ride"
  6. "Escape"
  7. "Lay it Down"
  8. "Dead or Alive"
  9. "Mother, Father"
  10. "Open Arms"

Personnel

  • Steve Perry - Vocals
  • Neal Schon - Guitar, Vocals
  • Steve Smith - Drums
  • Jonathan Cain - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
  • Wally Buck - Engineer, Assistant Engineer
  • Kevin Elson - Producer
  • Herbie Herbert - Management
  • Bob Ludwig - Mastering, Remastering
  • Mike "Clay" Stone - Producer
  • Ross Valory - Bass, Vocals
  • Jim Welch - Photography, Package Design, Cover Design, Visual Concept
  • Brian Lee - Remastering
  • Stanley Mouse - Illustrations

Charti positions Billboard Music Charts (North America) - album

 1981	Pop Albums	                No. 1
 1983	The Billboard 200	        No. 139
 1984	The Billboard 200	        No. 156
Billboard (North America) - singles
 1981	Don't Stop Believin'	Mainstream Rock	                No. 8
 1981	Stone In Love	        Mainstream Rock	                No. 13
 1981	Who's Crying Now	Mainstream Rock	                No. 4
 1981	Don't Stop Believin'	Pop Singles	                No. 9
 1981	Who's Crying Now	Pop Singles	                No. 4
 1982	Open Arms	        Adult Contemporary	                No. 7
 1982	Still They Ride	        Adult Contemporary	                No. 37
 1982	Open Arms	        Mainstream Rock	                No. 35
 1982	Still They Ride	        Mainstream Rock	                No. 47
 1982	Open Arms	        Pop Singles	                No. 2
 1982	Still They Ride	        Pop Singles	                No. 19



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