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Artist: Journey

Title: Revelation

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Journey Revelation Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 2008

Label: Nomota LLC

Catalog Number: 4506-2


Neal Schon guitars, vocals
Deen Castronovo drums, percussion, vocals
Arnel Pineda vocals
Jonathan Cain keyboards, vocals, guitar
Ross Valory bass, vocals

Disc 1 - New material
Disc 2 - Re-records
Disc 3 - DVD March 8, 2008 concert in Las Vegas, Nevada. (US version only)


Disc 1
1.  Never Walk Away  4:19
2.  Like a Sunshower  4:29
3.  Change For The Better  5:52
4.  Wildest Dream  5:02
5.  Faith in The Heartland  6:18
6.  After All These Years  4:10
7.  Where Did I Lose Your Love  5:02
8.  What I Needed  5:28
9.  What It Takes to Win  5:23
10.  Turn Down The World Tonight  4:56
11.  The Journey (Revelation) instrumental   5:25
12.  Let It Take You Back Euro bonus track  4:59
13.  The Place in Your Heart Japanese bonus track  4:45
Total Running Time:  66:08

Disc 2
14.  Only The Young  4:14
15.  Don't Stop Believin'  4:55
16.  Wheel in The Sky  5:01
17.  Faithfully  4:47
18.  Any Way You Want It  3:25
19.  Who's Crying Now  5:16
20.  Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)  5:27
21.  Lights  3:16
22.  Open Arms  3:22
23.  Be Good to Yourself  4:29
24.  Stone in Love  4:27
Total Running Time:  48:39

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Existing comments about this CD

From: manny Date: June 13, 2008 at 6:20
Best album of the year. "Never Walk Away" and "After all these years" are the best tracks since their great Trial By Fire album. I saw them live in Madrid last week and Pineda is a great frontman. 97/100

From: Remastered Reason Date: June 13, 2008 at 17:30
Just when i was starting to settle in with Augeri, the band lands Soto for a while & now Pineda. I doubt they are ever going to have a legitimate legacy for the post Perry years, but it seems like they have started again pretty well on this disc. Guess only time will tell but in the meantime this is a solid slab of tunes. Pineda is a good singer. Also, the remakes are a good, fun listen but the originals will forever be golden to these ears.

From: ThunderDan Date: June 14, 2008 at 22:04
What a voice! Arnel is a true talent, doing justice to his predesessors in fine form! What we have here is the ideal sound of Journey, an awesome CD from first song to the last. Great debut for Arnel, good for him and everybody else!

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: June 15, 2008 at 12:37
Very good CD 85/100 and indeed much better than expected ! I never thought i would have chance to hear AGAIN a JOURNEY CD to this caliber ona day ! I think PINEDA is very good and so the songs but there is something missing to be totally perfect ,maybe in the production side i don't know! My favorite drummer Mr CASTRONOVO is playing in his HEAVIEST way Since his addition to the JOURNEY line-up and display his superb skills! their best album for ages ! BUY or buy

From: NaughtyDevil Date: June 15, 2008 at 15:47
Some Very Good Songs On This CD, Esp The Love Song..."After All These Years". The New Singer For Journey Is Really Good, But Him Singing The Classic Journey Songs, I Only Want To Hear Them Sung My Steve Perry. 90/100

From: masmusic Date: June 18, 2008 at 13:38
I love this CD! Arnel is great with the new material, but If I wanted to listen to Journey classics then I would put on a Journey Greatest Hits CD with the Great Steve Perry. No matter who they have as a front man you can not replace Steve. I think the reasoning re-recording the older classics was just to piss of Perry.

From: juan carlos Date: June 23, 2008 at 23:49
Great album indeed. Arnel Pineda Does Not a bad job eh. Back to the 70īs? well "Like a Sunshower" reminds me of "Lights".. I prefer the second part of this album. Great ballads like "After All These Years" "What I Needed" and "Turn Down the World TonighT". Great tunes on "What It Takes to Win" "Where Did I Lose Your Love" "Change for the Better" and "Never Walk Away" in this order my Favs. Great Return since their "Arrival". 9/10

From: Aorforever Date: June 25, 2008 at 12:01
Very good album! My favourits are: Never Walk Away, After All These Years and Turn Down The World Tonight.

From: Geoff Date: June 26, 2008 at 22:25
This is a very strong album. I've never been a fan of Journey, but this is easily the best album I've heard from them. Putting 'Like a sunshower' as a 2nd track just amazes me, because it is shit and by far the worst song on the album... not sure what it's doing at track 2!!! But, aside from that, 'Never walked away', 'Wildest dream' and 'After all these years' are excellent, my three faves on the disc. 'Change for the better' is nice too. I do have to admit that after a few spins a couple of these songs have lost a bit of their appeal, but this is still a very strong album overall, with enough great songs to please anyone.

From: Ordjoe Date: June 28, 2008 at 10:43
Great Album! Arnel Pineda is a perfect fit here. Yes Steve Perry is great, but he has done very little without Journey and it is time everyone gets over Steve Perry and starts to realize the song writing duo of Schon and Cain is really what makes or breaks a good Journey album. Perry is out so get over it! As for the album, I have to agree with Geoff here, "Like a sunshower" is by far the worst track on this album. New tracks otherwise are pretty solid and worth the listen. This album had my attention on the first listen. As for the remakes, Arnel does a good job with these as well. Solid Album!

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From: Jez Date: July 18, 2008 at 8:52
All the doubters will be eating humble pie after hearing this & how well Arnel Pineda has fitted in. A superb vocal performance all round & one he & the band should be very very proud of. The same can also be said of the songs featured, as this is definitely the most consistent Journey album material wise in a long long time. The rockers are there in the shape of 'Never Walk Away', 'Wildest Dream' and the excellent 'Change For The Better' as well as the customery huge Journey ballads, especially 'After All These Years' which is one of the bands best ever. I can't find one track on here that I don't like, although 'Faith In The Heartland' wasn't my favourite from 'Generations' and still isn't to be honest. The Euro bonus track 'Let It Take You Back' is a good mid paced track and is a nice addition, although the US version with the Excellent DVD is a great value package as well. The Re-recorded versions are pretty damn good as well and add an extra mark or 2 to the whole package.

From: Doug Date: August 11, 2008 at 18:49
This is fun album. Watch the DVD included. You can really see a new energy in the band that Pineda brings...has that real "Rock Star" movie feel to it, without the cynicism. Nice to see them return with a strong release. Pineda will always have to live with the Perry shadow but this guy can sing. Let's hope he can parlay this gig into a solo career, since the rest of the band ain't getting any younger.

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: August 13, 2008 at 21:07
A very solid AOR album by Journey. By listening to this album several times i can say that it combines the best moments of "Generations", and some regular moments from "Arrival". Only one song represents the classic 70īs Journey style. I could say that this will be the album of the year, but i canīt say that. Iīm not optimistic about this album. There are songs in this album that shows that the band is a little bit acelerated and i feel that in some tracks there are very few keyboards, just like some songs in "Generations", but with a better composition level, and iīm talkin about the hard rocking "Wildest Dream" in a very "Arrival" or "Generations" esque. "Never Walk Away" is one of the best songs of this album, which is totally in the vein of "Arrival", i fact, i could say that it is the second part of "Higuer Place". "Like A Sunshower" is totally a copy of "lights" and is the only song based in the 70īs Journey. "Change For The Better" is a little bit similar to "World Gone Wild"...

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: August 13, 2008 at 21:19
but is an excellent Track however. And here we have "Faith In The Heartland". Why did they decide to include that track? This is a proof that this album tries to continue the direction of "Arrival" and "Generations". "After All These Years" and "Turn Down The World Tonight" are beatiful ballads and i reserve to the end, those tracks which i think, are the best of this album: "Where Did I Loose Your Love", a powerful and amazing song and the awesome "What I Needed". The other disc is Ok, the versions are good, but nothing like the originals. DVD is vibrant and with very good sound quality. Members of Journey in great shape. Arnel Pineda does an excellent labor, showing powerful, full of technique and passionate vocals. He has a little bit harder edge in his voice which i compare with the singer of House of Shakira, but i think Arnel is way much better. I donīt like the cover art, i think it has been made in Photoshop, but the general presentation is spectacular. Good Album, after all.

From: lalo r.o.c.k. Date: August 15, 2008 at 23:01
Great album,Arnel Pinedaīs voice fits exactly with the JOURNEY style(donīt worry Steve Perry!),the songs are made with strong feeling and some blow me away like Never Walk away(full of melodies),Wildest Dreams(awesome riffs and that solo...),After all these years unbelieble ballad with a feeling like their classics Open Arms,Faithfully,this song and the Whitesnakeīs All I want all i need are my new favorites ballads of this two supergroups,the guitar god Neal Schon did a good job here also,9/10.

From: Ordjoe Date: September 10, 2008 at 21:34
Caught them live in Toronto last week. Arnel brings big energy to their show. Spectacular sound by Arnel and the rest of the band. Arnel's vocals were amazing. Great live show, really delivered the goods.

From: sebastian08 Date: September 27, 2008 at 14:20
Very good disc. Arnel Pinede's voice is very good. My favourite tracks are; "Never Walk Away", "After All These Years", "What I Needed".

From: Whitesnake Date: October 28, 2009 at 4:06
What is all the fuss about with Arnel? He has an annoying voice, and IMO he does not come anywhere near Steve Perry! This is blasphemy! Journey is selling out, and they want Arnel to be the new Steve Perry. I actually liked Augeri better, and he did not kill the old songs. The new versions of the old songs are really bad, because of the voice! "Change Fot The Better" is a strong new track, but the other songs are too similar uptempo tracks for my taste. I miss "Infinity"!!

From: Doug Date: October 28, 2009 at 18:13
"Whitesnake" quit smoking the hippie lettuce! Of course Steve Perry is one of those rare voices, but Pineda is a real talent. This guy gives them new life.

From: Whitesnake Date: October 29, 2009 at 2:29
Arnel pronounces the words in a weird way, and try to listen to the copies of the old songs... It is really annoying to hear his accent or whatever it is. There is just something really annoying about his voice IMO. Tastes differ! Why do they copy the old songs? That is blasphemy! They kill those good songs. Do they want to piss of Steve Perry or what is the point? No Arnel did nothing good for Journey. He does not sing with the emotions, control, range and pitch like Steve Perry did.

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