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Label: Columbia Records
Catalog Number: CK-33904
|1.||On a Saturday Night|
|2.||It's All Too Much|
|4.||She Makes Me (Feel Alright)|
|5.||You're on Your Own|
|6.||Look into the Future|
|8.||I'm Gonna Leave You|
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|From: Amy Redding||Date: May 17, 2001 at 12:10|
|Better than the first album. This one has more harmony and better production.|
|From: koogles||Date: January 2, 2002 at 16:46|
|Good for what it is, I suppose: mid-70s fusion-inflected rock. I certainly don't find myself listening to it very often.|
|From: robert||Date: November 28, 2003 at 12:52|
|Q tiempos aquellos!!!|
|From: Rycheage||Date: May 1, 2004 at 15:31|
|This second offering from Journey is some seriously heavy rock. Gregg Rolieís lion like voice and Neal Schonís unapproachable mastery of the guitar, combined with what was the tightest, most bone crunching, yet nimble and soulful rhythm section in rock music, Ross Valory and the maestro of the double bass kit, Aynsley Dunbar, gave us everything we wanted and more. This release would present a more bluesy band than the self-titled debut.|
|From: Propane||Date: December 2, 2004 at 20:15|
|Rycheage! Talk about hitting it on the head. This second outing starts to showcase the talents of Neal's axe wielding and Aynsley Dunbar's fast feet. This was indeed a peek into perhaps what these dudes really wanted to do. Later in their career they'll do just that, albeit polished.|
|From: Leykis101||Date: November 23, 2005 at 7:57|
|Yep! Steve Perry Castrated Journey!!!|
|From: pompeius||Date: November 24, 2005 at 1:14|
|Yeah, I loved this band. Proggy hard rock. I love pomp/aor, so I have no reason to slag Journey mk II, but I just happen to have liked this version a whole lot better.|
|From: ROBERT||Date: December 16, 2006 at 10:29|
|JOURNEY LIVE!!! SABADO 24 MARZO, SALA RIVIERA DE MADRID, por 1™ Vez en Directo en Spain!!!|
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