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Raised On Radio album for sale by Journey was released Oct 15, 1996 on the Columbia label. After a three-year layoff, Journey returned with 1986's RAISED ON RADIO. Longtime drummer Steve Smith and bassist Ross Valory had left the band prior to the album's recording, leaving singer Steve Perry, guitarist Neal Schon, and keyboardist Jonathan Cain to fend for themselves Raised On Radio CD music. While the album wasn't as big a blockbuster as the band's previous few releases (ESCAPE, FRONTIERS, etc. Raised On Radio CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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Brings back many great memories. I never get tired of listening to Journey or Steve Perry. Journey will never be the same without Steve Perry.
By mtensfeldt (Edmonton, AB)
This album distributed the departure of bassist Ross Valory and drummer Steve Smith! With the 3 remaining band members at ease (Steve Perry, Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain) and with the help of American Idol judge Randy Jackson on bass guitar and drummer Larrie London (and maybe another drummer), this comeback was a good one! "Be Good To Yourself" is my favorite track and every song rocks! Get it! Don't forget about "Frontiers" and "Escape"!
By Robert (Fayettville, N.C.)
I listened to this as a kid and have not been able to find it anywhere. I think this is one of the Best Journey ever !!! Thanks ! :-).
By pfriz1 (Long Beach, Ms)
||Absolutly 80's....and excellent!!!|
It's the first Journey's CD I've ever heard... and now that I've heard almost all their cds I can say... this is maybe the best (together "Escape", it's natural!). Songs like "The eyes of a woman" and "Why can't this night go on forever" are unforgettable....
By Marco (Ferrara, Italy)
I have every album and I've liked this band for 14 years. I saw the tour and it was more like the over produced American Idol than previous tours they had. Not their best work and more a Steve Perry production than a Journey one. Without Steve Smith and Ross Vallory it really wasn't Journey to me. Despite that the track "Happy to Give" is one of the top 10 best Journey tracks ever and the best vocal performance Steve Perry ever did with Journey. For that alone it is worth purchasing the CD.
By Chris (Minneapolis, MN)
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Raised On Radio songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1089759|
|Release Date||Oct 15, 1996|
|Producer||Jonathan Cain; Steve Perry; Randy Goodrum|
|Engineer||Bob Clearmountain; Jim Gaines; Mark McKenna; Steven Rinkoff|
|Recording Time||44 minutes||