Entertainment Journey - 'Raised on Radio' (1986)

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    Side one
    No. Title Writer(s) Length
    1. "Girl Can't Help It" 3:50
    2. "Positive Touch" 4:16
    3. "Suzanne" Perry, Cain 3:38
    4. "Be Good to Yourself" 3:51
    5. "Once You Love Somebody" 4:40
    6. "Happy to Give" Perry, Cain 3:49
    Side two
    No. Title Writer(s) Length
    7. "Raised on Radio" 3:49
    8. "I'll Be Alright Without You" 4:49
    9. "It Could Have Been You" 3:37
    10. "The Eyes of a Woman" 4:32
    11. "Why Can't This Night Go On Forever" Perry, Cain 3:43


    Where does this album rank with you ?
     
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    What is this gayness?

    I have never heard of the album, and barely have heard of the band. I'd be humiliated in real life if someone saw that album in my collection.
     
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    Saw Journey twice in San Diego....wgaf.
    Aug. 11, 1983 San Diego Sports Center, San Diego, CA Bryan Adams

    Dec. 29, 1986 San Diego, CA Glass Tiger
     
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    Steve Perry + Neal Schon + Jonathan Cain = magic.
     
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    Gay magic to be sure.
    In 1986 they had the bleak dude from American Idol.
    Fat bastard he was.
     
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    June 4 1983 here too. Philly's JFK Stadium. 100k+
    Bryan Adams, The Tubes, Sammy Hagar, John Cougar,
     
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    A very polished and overproduced album, but I always liked it.
     
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    I rank Journey right up there with Huey Lewis and the News and Survivor, haarible.
     
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    Not so much for me, never was a big Journey guy. I would say Escape was their best.
     
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    Good album, like most of theirs during the Steve Perry era. Although I'd rank it fifth overall behind Frontiers, Departure, Escape and Evolution during that run. Still listenable and enjoyable. Randy Jackson on bass.