History Trivia / Journey

4th Apr '16 11:03:53 AM VicGeorge2011
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* CutSong: "Only The Young" and "Ask The Lonely" were both cut from the original release of ''Frontiers'', with "Only The Young" appearing on the soundtrack of the 1985 film ''Vision Quest'', and "Ask The Lonely" used for ''Two Of A Kind''. Both were later restored on the album's 2006 CD re-release.

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* CutSong: "Only The Young" and "Ask The Lonely" were both cut from the original release of ''Frontiers'', with "Only The Young" appearing on the soundtrack of the 1985 film ''Vision Quest'', and "Ask The Lonely" used for the 1983 film ''Two Of A Kind''. Both were later restored on the album's 2006 CD re-release.
4th Apr '16 11:02:48 AM VicGeorge2011
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* CutSong: "Only The Young" and "Ask The Lonely" were both cut from the original release of ''Frontiers'', with "Only The Young" appearing on the soundtrack of the 1985 film ''Film/VisionQuest'', and "Ask The Lonely" used for ''Two Of A Kind''. Both were later restored on the album's 2006 CD re-release.

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* CutSong: "Only The Young" and "Ask The Lonely" were both cut from the original release of ''Frontiers'', with "Only The Young" appearing on the soundtrack of the 1985 film ''Film/VisionQuest'', ''Vision Quest'', and "Ask The Lonely" used for ''Two Of A Kind''. Both were later restored on the album's 2006 CD re-release.
18th Oct '15 1:16:01 PM VicGeorge2011
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* CutSong: "Only The Young" and "Ask The Lonely" were both cut from the original release of ''Frontiers'', with "Only The Young" appearing on the soundtrack of the 1985 film ''Film/VisionQuest'', and "Ask The Lonely" used for ''Two Of A Kind''. Both were later restored on the album's 2006 CD re-release.
18th Oct '15 1:14:40 PM VicGeorge2011
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* CutSong: "Only The Young" and "Ask The Lonely" were both cut from the original release of ''Frontiers'', with "Only The Young" appearing on the soundtrack of the 1985 film ''Film/VisionQuest'', and "Ask The Lonely" used for ''Two Of A Kind''. Both were later restored on the album's 2006 CD re-release.
18th Oct '15 1:14:11 PM VicGeorge2011
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* CutSong: "Only The Young" and "Ask The Lonely" were both cut from the original release of ''Frontiers'', with "Only The Young" appearing on the soundtrack of the 1985 film ''Film/VisionQuest'', and "Ask The Lonely" used for ''Two Of A Kind''. Both were later restored on the album's 2006 CD re-release.
10th Aug '15 4:28:22 PM RBluefish
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* DoingItForTheArt: The nature of the game aside, thatgamecompany went a year and a half over budget and eventually into bankruptcy just to achieve a satisfactory ending (see AscendedGlitch above).
* FanNickname: Several, but one example would be "Gary the Scarf", named for a scarf attached to ground at the end of the fifth chapter.
15th Mar '15 7:05:51 AM Schroeder1174
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* PromotedFanboy: Arnel Pineda was initially approached to join the group after Neil Schon saw Youtube videos of him covering their songs.
30th Jul '14 2:07:09 PM BalrogKick
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* TroubledProduction - The shoot for the much-derided video for "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LatorN4P9aA Separate Ways]]" ran into this, which partly contributed to its negative reputation. Leaving aside the band's qualms about moving from {{performance video}}s to {{concept video}}s and, to borrow the producer's own words, the "inane" premise of the woman in the video dreaming about the band playing ''imaginary'' instruments, they had been instructed not to bring their wives or girlfriends to the two-day shoot (which also produced the "Chain Reaction" video). Steve Perry, who had recently had his familiar long hair cut short, apparently forgot about or ignored this rule and brought his then-girlfriend [[YokoOhNo Sherrie Swafford]], whom the other band members hated. Swafford was furious at the presence of the model playing the woman in the video, calling her a "slut" and "whore" during arguments with Perry in his trailer - to which he had to retreat regularly to escape the unseasonably cool breeze blowing in off the Mississippi River. The unpleasant experience of shooting the video and its poor reception prompted the band to refuse to shoot ''any'' videos for their next album, ''Raised on Radio''.



* CreatorBacklash: The band was reportedly disappointed with how ''Eclipse'' ended up.




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* TroubledProduction - The shoot for the much-derided video for "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LatorN4P9aA Separate Ways]]" ran into this, which partly contributed to its negative reputation. Leaving aside the band's qualms about moving from {{performance video}}s to {{concept video}}s and, to borrow the producer's own words, the "inane" premise of the woman in the video dreaming about the band playing ''imaginary'' instruments, they had been instructed not to bring their wives or girlfriends to the two-day shoot (which also produced the "Chain Reaction" video). Steve Perry, who had recently had his familiar long hair cut short, apparently forgot about or ignored this rule and brought his then-girlfriend [[YokoOhNo Sherrie Swafford]], whom the other band members hated. Swafford was furious at the presence of the model playing the woman in the video, calling her a "slut" and "whore" during arguments with Perry in his trailer - to which he had to retreat regularly to escape the unseasonably cool breeze blowing in off the Mississippi River. The unpleasant experience of shooting the video and its poor reception prompted the band to refuse to shoot ''any'' videos for their next album, ''Raised on Radio''.
25th Mar '14 10:58:58 AM WaxingName
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* BreakthroughHit: The album ''Infinity'' and single "Wheel in the Sky", being the debut of Steve Perry.

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* BreakthroughHit: The album ''Infinity'' and single "Wheel in the Sky", being featuring the debut of Steve Perry.
* ThePeteBest: Robert Fleischmann, Journey's frontman and lead vocalist briefly in 1977. He wrote "Wheel in the Sky", and a few others, but he didn't last.
18th Feb '14 8:51:29 AM WaxingName
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* BreakthroughHit: The album ''Infinity'' and single "Wheel in the Sky", being the debut of Steve Perry.
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