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  • Audio CD (17 Mar. 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Box set, CD+DVD, Limited Edition
  • Label: Frontiers Records
  • ASIN: B004UOHBB8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 471,827 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Product Description

Product Description

Deluxe box set contains

  • Cd (ecolbook format);
  • 2LP;
  • 1 x Large T-shirt;
  • signed lithograph,
  • poster, sticker
  • The box set weight is 1,290 kg (around 2.8 lbs).
  • Dimensions are: 32,5 x 32,5 x 3,5 cm; 12.8 x 12.8 x 1.4 inch.

Journey is the leading band in melodic rock history and one of the most popular rock acts in the world overall, racking up scores of smash hits, multi-platinum albums and sold out concert tours. The release of the new studio album, follows the success of “Revelation” over the European markets. “Revelation” is an album that – together with the amazing live performances that Journey delivered in concert and in festivals – has relaunched the reputation of the band.

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I think my musical taste must be mellowing - I steered clear of this band having heard the odd track on the radio from time to time, and thinking it a bit bloated and pretentious. However, having been given a copy of Eclipse and having given it several plays I find that the musicianship is of a very high calibre, and not being beholden to earleir lead singers I find the current vocalist to have an excellent range and passion. The songs are all well crafted and production values are consistently high throughout. The album benefits from being played on a decent hi-fi with the speakers being driven by the amp being tunred up to a decent volume. What comes out of the speakers is a rich, full and textured sound. I shall have to try some of the earlier stuff to see if I have indeed missed out by ignoring Journey in the past...
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I've been a lukewarm Journey fan since 'Escape', mostly going for individual songs rather than albums ('Be good to yourself' will ALWAYS be in my list of top ten favourite songs).

Last month I had 'Generations' rolling round my head because it's a quality album with a mighty peak ('Faith in the heartland'). Purely on the strength of that, without hearing a note, I took a chance and pre-ordered 'Eclipse'. I'm really glad that I did; it opens well with 'City of hope' and pretty much every track is listenable. The great thing about 'Eclipse' is that it grows on you with repeated listening, but if I only have time to hear one song it is definitely 'Tantra', a typical Journey song that swells into something very special and moving.

It's Journey, it's stadium rock, it's a change of pace and it's wonderful.
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This isn't Journey with Steve Perry, but who cares? Arnel Pinada does a fantastic job as lead singer, and does the new recordings and historical back catalogue proud. This band is louder, mainly due to Deen Castronovo's drumming, and it works. The two "new boys" with long serving Neil Schon, Ross Valory and Jonathon Cain, is fantastic. These are great songs and added another dimension to their setlist in the June 2011 UK tour. (our fifth and sixth Journey concerts). We got the album just in time to learn the songs for the Wembley and Birmingham gigs and it's been a staple on our cd player or in the car ever since. Five songs from Eclipse featured in the set, showing its standing in the eyes of the band.
Recommended!!!!!
Peter and Pauline from South Wales.
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I like Journey, but I can get "balladed out" really quickly over their softer material.

This really isn't as poppy as the Perry period - whether you think that's a good thing or not is a matter of taste.

Effectively though I feel they've got the balance perfect here - it's really a very melodic sound, but the guitars are crunchier and way more front and centre than the 80s material.

Arnel Pineda sounds great, Schon is at the top of his game, and the songwriting is inventive. Some have criticised the lyrics but to be fair I take it for granted that most rock lyrics are just filler, so that wouldn't really offend me either way.

I think fans of slightly harder rock, if you played this to them, would say, "wow? That's Journey?" (in a positive way)....but maybe original Journey fans might say the same thing (but wanting the original Journey sound), so perhaps it's a double edged sword.

Someone else made the comparison to Schon's post-Bad English band, Hardline, which I think is a good comparison.

Anyway - as I understand it the band were unhappy to the fan reception to this one, so I doubt they'll make another like it. Well worth checking out though, especially for Schon fans.
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What comes out of this album loud and clear is the sence of unity within the band. They've thought about where they are in the music genre, and have a clear sense of where they are going. It's no longer a case of "does he sound like Perry?" or, "is there a "don't stop beleivin'" here?" It's simply a great rock album, created by great rock musicians and song writers, which will be played over and over by true rock fans. Without wishing to be patronising, fans of glee will probably fail to appreciate the depth and complexity of this album, it is a slow burner, but that fan base always was going to disappear as quickly as it arrived. Journey know that, and, as a long time Journey fan, ( infinity, 'nuff said? ) to me this is just yet another layer and embelishment to their rich back catalogue, which will stand alone, and will not suffer any negative comparison to previous classic offerings. Revelation was a great start for arnel, but this is better, signifying total intergration. I will be dissapointed if the album doesn't take all true Journey fans along with it. The essential sound that makes journey the legend that they are is still there, the back catologue is still on your cd shelves, and will be paid homage to on every tour, as it should be. The only critisism I would make is that the album wasn't released in the uk in time for the tour. ..bit of a cock up there guys! Having said that, now i've heard the album, i'm transported back to the two gigs we went to, ( Wembley, and Lg arena ..long story!) and reliving with relish the performaces of the new songs. ..fantastic guys, well done, see you on the next tour!!
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