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Artist: Journey

Title: Eclipse

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Journey Eclipse Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 2011

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FR CD 517


Arnel Pineda Lead Vocals
Deen Castronovo Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals
Jonathan Cain Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Neal Schon All Guitars, Backing Vocals
Ross Valory Bass, Backing Vocals


1.  City of Hope  6:02
2.  Edge of The Moment  5:27
3.  Chain of Love  6:10
4.  Tantra  6:27
5.  Anything Is Possible  5:21
6.  Resonate  5:11
7.  She's a Mystery  6:41
8.  Human Feel  6:44
9.  Ritual  4:57
10.  To Whom It May Concern  5:15
11.  Someone  4:35
12.  Venus instrumental   3:34
13.  Don't Stop Believin' live Japanese bonus track  7:12
Total Running Time:  73:36

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Existing comments about this CD

From: 4CHAMPIONSa3aCOLOR Date: June 4, 2011 at 12:20
Great album! Visca Barça y Visca Journey!

From: MetalllianStallion Date: June 4, 2011 at 13:43
4CHAMPIONSa3aCOLOR aka Tonto del culo. Notice the "ENGLISH ONLY" policy. It gets annoying seeing people constantly use this site for meaningless chit chat in all languages. The concept of 'comments' is to give other people incite with your opinion of a release by stringing at least a couple sentences together in English. Well speaking of languages the filipino singer Arnel Pineda did a good job on 'Eclipse' losing his accent and coming into his own, not sounding like a 'Karaoke Clone' of Steve Perry this time out. I have never been a big Journey fan, liking a handful of their tunes through the years. Although Perry (the Voice to his minions) had great pipes, IMO he turned Journey to a ballad/chick band. 'Eclipse' sheds the wimp rock reputation. This is a guitar driven release as Schon makes his axe cry,with most of this album consisting of passionate, edgey AOR. The 62 year old Perry is out there somewhere still saying to himself "I really never felt like I was part of the band".

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: June 5, 2011 at 4:39

From: DanDare Date: June 11, 2011 at 6:38
A really fantastic. Not, the classic that it has been proclaimed elsewhere, but 'City of Hope', 'Edge of the Moment', 'Chain of Love', 'Anything Is Possible', 'Resonate' and 'Human Feel' with it's tribal drumming, all excite. There isn't a bad track on here though. It sounds like a modern album (which is a good thing) whilst retaining the melodic sensibilities of the past. An excellent effort and the best in a while from blokes that frankly could've released any old tosh.

From: AOR1 Date: June 16, 2011 at 15:51
Everywhere I can read that this ia a fantastic cd, best of Journey ever and so on... Have to disagree. I must admit that I´m more on the AOR and melodic side and what´s delivered here is pure Melodic Hard Rock. Don´t mind the harder stuff if it´s well done with good catchy tunes. But that´s what I´m missing here. Gave this 6 or 7 spins. Nothing I can remember. Hard rock by numbers, well played but nothing exceptionel. And IMO most songs are way too long. 4 instead of 6 minutes would have done it. And last the vocals are good but by far not good enough for Journey. For me this release is a disappointment. 72/100

From: Psyborg Date: June 23, 2011 at 19:56
What a disappointment! After the fantastic new songs of the last release (Relevation) I'm perplexed. Is this really the same band? Doesn't sound like Journey and actually doesn't sound good most of the times. Even the vocals are often quite thin. The only exceptions and best songs for me are "Chain of Love" and "Resonate". Apart from these a sad story...

From: sobieski Date: June 27, 2011 at 19:49
Allright! Journey... my favourite band ever. Never got too excited about any album they have been delivering after Raised on Radio. And I got even less excited when those assholes they kicked Soto out of the band. This said... I'm fucking amazed by this album. IMO the first half is absolutely fantastic, very guitar oriented still very melodic, with an immense Neal Schon driving the spaceship. Cain is very much in the backround, for a change... but this doesn't really bother me. Pineda is ok now... he's not trying to sound like Perry anymore and it works. I saw the guys playing live last week, here in Italy... very professional as usually, on stage... but they didn't look like they were having that much fun. Pineda was running everywhere but his performance was a poor thing compared to the previous one (Foreigner), with an amazing Kelly Hansen enchanting the crowd. City of Hope and Edge of the moment (my song of the year) were the ones played from he new album... and they kick asses!!

From: rocksoul Date: June 29, 2011 at 0:46
I like it, good giutars work although is more heavy then other albums. Of course escape and frontiers is an other story..... Pineda is too near to Perry but is not Perry, is the best they found for replace a great singer. Good work guys!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 21, 2011 at 21:46
A challenge passed with good grades for Arnel Pineda...saw the band live recently with him and it was really a good show...the guy apart from singing awesomely has a great personality which helps a lot to the whole band's performance...the songs of this album are simply wonderful being my faves "City Of Hope","Resonate","Human Feel"(amazing drumming courtesy of Deen C.)& "Ritual"(a good rocking track)..."Edge Of The Moment" & "Chain Of Love" are also very nice ones...anyway another singer,another release,another experience...let's see how's gonna be the next album...90/100

From: joaquinAOR Date: December 31, 2011 at 12:23
very good album my favorite song is Resonate and Ritual 80/100

From: petermexico Date: May 7, 2012 at 15:45
For me it´s another good album, but not my favourite Journey, the songs are long, and lack of hooks; pienso que es un disco algo plano en composiciones, son sin duda una de mis bandas favoritas de todos los tiempos, per sí que se extraña el talento compositivo y la voz del gran Steve Perry, sólo para los más acérrimos fans de este grupo, un disco que pasará sin pena ni gloria en su extenso catálogo.

From: elljam Date: June 25, 2012 at 12:25
Bit of a mixed bag. "Chain of love", "Tantra (my eyes can see)", "Resonate" & "Human feel" are great songs but on the flip side "Anything is possible", "She's a mystery", "Someone" & "Venus" aren't up to standard. The rest take a few listens but are pretty good.

From: Doug Date: July 6, 2012 at 22:46
This band is definitely Schon's band now. So much guitar and not enough vocal harmonies. Arnel is a great singer, they need to give him the freedom to really show his stuff. Good but not great, IMO.

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