History Music / Journey

31st Jan '17 9:09:54 PM dsneybuf
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* LiteralMusicVideo: [[http://youtu.be/nZrjg48jHLw This video of "Separate Ways"]].
16th Jan '17 2:16:16 PM mlsmithca
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* {{Supergroup}}: Early on, the band was a guitarist and the keyboard player/lead vocalist from Santana, the bass player from the Steve Miller Band, and the Aynsley Dunbar from so many groups (Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck, etc.).

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* {{Supergroup}}: Early on, the band was a guitarist (Neal Schon) and the keyboard player/lead vocalist (Gregg Rolie) from Santana, the bass player (Ross Valory) from the Steve Miller Band, and the Aynsley Dunbar drummer (Aynsley Dunbar) from so many groups (Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck, etc.).
10th Jan '17 12:53:33 PM mlsmithca
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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LatorN4P9aA Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)]]"

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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LatorN4P9aA Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)]]"com/watch?v=748jBH88yao Lights]]"



* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMD8hBsA-RI Faithfully]]"
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xw4AV_BeE24 Chain Reaction]]"
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=748jBH88yao Lights]]"
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5wVZwdHmRY Don't Stop Believin']]"



* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5wVZwdHmRY Don't Stop Believin']]"
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LatorN4P9aA Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)]]"




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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xw4AV_BeE24 Chain Reaction]]"
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMD8hBsA-RI Faithfully]]"



* AudienceParticipationSong / CrowdSong: Spontaneously occurs whenever anyone starts singing or playing "Don't Stop Believin'".

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* AudienceParticipationSong / CrowdSong: AudienceParticipationSong:
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Spontaneously occurs whenever anyone starts singing or playing "Don't Stop Believin'".



** "Faithfully": Journey can and has simply let the audience sing the whole song to them. Steve Perry was known for that during the Raised on Radio tour.

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** "Faithfully": Journey can and has simply let the audience sing the whole song to them. Steve Perry was known for that during the Raised ''Raised on Radio Radio'' tour.



**For [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9vROjzy9uI example...]] (just read through the comments, okay?) give the poor man a break; he's flippin' 67! God help Steve Perry if he finds that video and its [[AllWomenAreLustful lustful]] [[FemaleGaze comments...]]

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**For ** For [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9vROjzy9uI example...]] (just read through the comments, okay?) give the poor man a break; he's flippin' 67! God help Steve Perry if he finds that video and its [[AllWomenAreLustful lustful]] [[FemaleGaze comments...]]



** Honestly---Stephen, if you are reading this, [[SchmuckBait DO NOT]]--I repeat, [[SchmuckBait DO NOT]]--click and read the links! Then again, you've...[[AvertedTrope probably seen it all]]...
* [[CelebrityToons Celebrity Game]]: Midway created an arcade video game based on the band around the time Frontiers was released. It was a series of mini-games (similar to VideoGame/{{Tron}} which they also did) where the player helps the band recover their instruments (and Steve Perry's microphone), all to the (electronically recreated) sound of some of Journey's songs. When all the games were completed, the player got to play a bonus round accompanied by a looped, edited sample of Separate Ways (the actual song, and not an electronic recreation), which was made possible using a tape drive in the machine.

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** Honestly---Stephen, if you are reading this, [[SchmuckBait DO NOT]]--I repeat, [[SchmuckBait DO NOT]]--click NOT]] click and read the links! Then again, you've...[[AvertedTrope probably seen it all]]...
* [[CelebrityToons Celebrity Game]]: CelebrityToons:
**
Midway created an arcade video game based on the band around the time Frontiers was released. It was a series of mini-games (similar to VideoGame/{{Tron}} which they also did) where the player helps the band recover their instruments (and Steve Perry's microphone), all to the (electronically recreated) sound of some of Journey's songs. When all the games were completed, the player got to play a bonus round accompanied by a looped, edited sample of Separate Ways (the actual song, and not an electronic recreation), which was made possible using a tape drive in the machine.



* {{Expy}}: Hugo of Valentine. Compare Hugo in Valentine's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-jonghPinc "No Way"]] to Steve Perry in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atxUuldUcfI "Anyway You Want It"]]. Considering Hugo then went on to found a Journey tribute band...yeah.

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* {{Expy}}: {{Expy}}:
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Hugo of Valentine. Compare Hugo in Valentine's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-jonghPinc "No Way"]] to Steve Perry in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atxUuldUcfI "Anyway You Want It"]]. Considering Hugo then went on to found a Journey tribute band...yeah.



* IntercourseWithYou: "Sweet and Simple", "Anyway You Want It", "Homemade Love", and "Dixie Highway". Yes, Steve lied to you. It's not about the Dixie Highway. It's about doing it with a girl in Dixie.

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* IntercourseWithYou: "Sweet and Simple", "Anyway "Any Way You Want It", "Homemade Love", and "Dixie Highway". Yes, Steve lied to you. It's not about the Dixie Highway. It's about doing it with a girl in Dixie.



* LyricalColdOpen: "Any way you want it! That's the way you need it! Any way you want it!" (guitar riff) ...
** (Technically, there's a drumbeat at the same moment as the first syllable, and a couple more before the guitar starts up, but it's close enough for jazz.)

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* LyricalColdOpen: LyricalColdOpen:
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"Any way you want it! That's the way you need it! Any way you want it!" (guitar riff) ...
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riff) ... (Technically, there's a drumbeat at the same moment as the first syllable, and a couple more before the guitar starts up, but it's close enough for jazz.)



* PerformanceVideo: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjOEgDppd6k "I'll Be Alright Without You"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atxUuldUcfI "Any Way You Want It"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NQIPVqLMUg "Don't Stop Believin'"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQq0slouOo8 "Higher Place"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idE1lsqG2Vc "When You Love a Woman"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9TgWj2Kln4 "Girl Can't Help It"]]. The band's videos more or less ran on this trope.

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* PerformanceVideo: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjOEgDppd6k "I'll Be Alright Without You"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atxUuldUcfI "Any Way You Want It"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NQIPVqLMUg "Don't Stop Believin'"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQq0slouOo8 "Higher Place"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idE1lsqG2Vc "When You Love a Woman"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9TgWj2Kln4 "Girl Can't Help It"]].It"]]... every one of these is just a video of the band performing the song in some venue or another. The band's videos more or less ran on this trope.



* StylisticSuck: Depending on who you talk to, the awful "Separate Ways" was this. Perry was notorious for hating the medium of music videos, even snarking that what the other bands were playing during their heyday was "fashion music." The band only did {{PerformanceVideo}}s up until that point, but when forced to make an "actual" one, they made one so notoriously awful that, hopefully, they'd never be asked again.
* {{Supergroup}}: Early on, the band was a guitarist and the keyboard player/lead vocalist from Santana, the bass player from the Steve Miller Band, and the Aynsley Dunbar from so many groups. (Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck, etc.)

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* StylisticSuck: Depending on who you talk to, the awful "Separate Ways" video was this. Perry was notorious for hating the medium of music videos, even snarking that what the other bands were playing during their heyday was "fashion music." The band only did {{PerformanceVideo}}s {{Performance Video}}s up until that point, but when forced to make an "actual" one, they made one so notoriously awful that, hopefully, they'd never be asked again.
* {{Supergroup}}: Early on, the band was a guitarist and the keyboard player/lead vocalist from Santana, the bass player from the Steve Miller Band, and the Aynsley Dunbar from so many groups. groups (Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck, etc.)).



* TalkyBookends: The video for [[FaceOfTheBand Steve Perry's]] solo number-one hit, "Oh Sherrie". It starts as a ConceptVideo set in the Middle Ages, but the music grinds to a halt and we discover we're on the set for the video. Perry gets disgusted with the video storyline (which has nothing to do with the song), walks off the set and ends up singing the song to his girlfriend as she walks up. The video ends with everyone getting back into position to film the "real" video again, as Perry walks out.
** Played straight with the long video version of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atxUuldUcfI "Anyway You Want It"]], which is bookended by shots of Steve Perry selecting the song from a jukebox.

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* TalkyBookends: TalkyBookends:
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The video for [[FaceOfTheBand Steve Perry's]] solo number-one hit, "Oh Sherrie". It starts as a ConceptVideo set in the Middle Ages, but the music grinds to a halt and we discover we're on the set for the video. Perry gets disgusted with the video storyline (which has nothing to do with the song), walks off the set and ends up singing the song to his girlfriend as she walks up. The video ends with everyone getting back into position to film the "real" video again, as Perry walks out.
** Played straight with the long video version of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atxUuldUcfI "Anyway "Any Way You Want It"]], which is bookended by shots of Steve Perry selecting the song from a jukebox.
29th Sep '16 3:43:35 PM Loughswillyrailway
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* TitleTrack: ''Escape'', ''Raised On Radio'', ''Trial By Fire''.

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* TitleTrack: ''Look Into the Future'', ''Departure'', ''Escape'', ''Frontiers'', ''Raised On Radio'', ''Trial By Fire''.
13th Jul '16 2:44:14 AM VicGeorge2011
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* TitleTrack: ''Raised On Radio'', ''Trial By Fire''.

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* TitleTrack: ''Escape'', ''Raised On Radio'', ''Trial By Fire''.
8th Jul '16 6:43:35 AM VicGeorge2011
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* TitleTrack: ''Trial By Fire''.

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* TitleTrack: ''Raised On Radio'', ''Trial By Fire''.
8th Jul '16 6:41:07 AM VicGeorge2011
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Added DiffLines:

* TitleTrack: ''Trial By Fire''.
23rd Jun '16 9:55:42 AM Airazor
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**For [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9vROjzy9uI example...]] (just read through the comments, okay?) give the poor man a break; he's flippin' 66! God help Steve Perry if he finds that video and its [[AllWomenAreLustful lustful]] [[FemaleGaze comments...]]

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**For [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9vROjzy9uI example...]] (just read through the comments, okay?) give the poor man a break; he's flippin' 66! 67! God help Steve Perry if he finds that video and its [[AllWomenAreLustful lustful]] [[FemaleGaze comments...]]
23rd Apr '16 1:59:41 PM Allronix
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* StylisticSuck: Depending on who you talk to, the awful "Separate Ways" was this. Perry was notorious for hating the medium of music videos, even snarking that what the other bands were playing during their heyday was "fashion music." The band only did {{PerformanceVideo}}s up until that point, but when forced to make an "actual" one, they made one so notoriously awful that, hopefully, they'd never be asked again.
1st Mar '16 12:10:29 PM VicGeorge2011
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* [[CelebrityToons Celebrity Game]]: Midway created an arcade video game based on the band around the time Frontiers was released. It was a series of mini-games (similar to Film/{{Tron}} which they also did) where the player helps the band recover their instruments (and Steve Perry's microphone), all to the (electronically recreated) sound of some of Journey's songs. When all the games were completed, the player got to play a bonus round accompanied by a looped, edited sample of Separate Ways (the actual song, and not an electronic recreation), which was made possible using a tape drive in the machine.

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* [[CelebrityToons Celebrity Game]]: Midway created an arcade video game based on the band around the time Frontiers was released. It was a series of mini-games (similar to Film/{{Tron}} VideoGame/{{Tron}} which they also did) where the player helps the band recover their instruments (and Steve Perry's microphone), all to the (electronically recreated) sound of some of Journey's songs. When all the games were completed, the player got to play a bonus round accompanied by a looped, edited sample of Separate Ways (the actual song, and not an electronic recreation), which was made possible using a tape drive in the machine.
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