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Journey was an American Rock and Roll band formed in 1973.

Line-Up

Discography (These are all studio albums unless stated otherwise):

  1. Journey (1975)
  2. Look into the Future (1976)
  3. Next (1977)
  4. Infinity (1978)
  5. Evolution (1979)
  6. Departure (1980)
  7. Dream After Dream (1980)
  8. Captured (1981) Live
  9. Escape (1981)
  10. Frontiers (1983)
  11. Raised On Radio (1986)
  12. Greatest Hits (1977-1987)[?] (1988) (Greatest hits)
  13. Time 3[?] (1992) Box set and live
  14. Trail By Fire[?] (1996)
  15. Greatest Hits Live 1997[?] (1998) Live
  16. Arrival[?] (2001)
  17. The Essential Journey[?] (2001) (Greatest hits)
  18. Red 13[?] (2002) EP

Singles Discography

  • Of A Lifetime (1975)
  • In My Lonely Feeling (1975)
  • Mystery Mountain (1975)
  • Midnight Dreamer (1976)
  • On A Saturday Nite (1976)
  • I'm Gonna Leave You (1976)
  • Anyway (1976)
  • Look Into The Future (1977)
  • Spaceman (1977)
  • People (1977)
  • Nickel And Dime (1977)
  • I Would Find You (1977)
  • Wheel In The Sky (1978)
  • Anytime (1978)
  • Lights (1978)
  • Just The Same Way (1979)
  • Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin' (1979)
  • Lovin' You Is Easy (1979)
  • Too Late (1980)
  • Any Way You Want It (1980)
  • Walks Like A Lady (1980)
  • Good Morning Girl (1980)
  • Stay Awhile (1980)
  • Who's Cryin' Now (1981)
  • Don't Stop Believin' (1981)
  • Open Arms (1982)
  • Still They Ride (1982)
  • Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (1982)
  • Faithfully (1983)
  • After The Fall (1983)
  • Send Her My Love (1983)
  • Chain Reaction (1984)
  • Be Good To Yourself (1986)
  • Suzanne (1986)
  • Girl Can't Help It (1986)
  • I'll Be Alright Without You (1987)
  • Why Can't This Night Go On Forever? (1987)



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