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Journey, “Where Did I Lose Your Love” from Revelation (2008): One Track Mind

Journey, “Where Did I Lose Your Love” from Revelation (2008): One Track Mind

“Where Did I Love Your Love,” released this month in 2008, is perhaps the closest Journey has come to completely renimating its platinum-era sound.

‘We’ll have to see’: Busy Neal Schon unsure when Journey will return to the studio

‘We’ll have to see’: Busy Neal Schon unsure when Journey will return to the studio

Some of that trepidation is no doubt related to the response to Journey’s 2011 release ‘Eclipse,’ which debuted at No. 13 in the U.S. but then quickly faded.

‘No reunion plans’: Journey’s management forcefully denies Steve Perry rumors

‘No reunion plans’: Journey’s management forcefully denies Steve Perry rumors

Journey’s management is pushing back on the impression that a reunion with Steve Perry is in the works, days after quotes from their former frontman sparked a series of overhyped headlines.

‘He yearns to do his own music’: Is Journey’s Arnel Pineda tiring of the Steve Perry comparisons?

‘He yearns to do his own music’: Is Journey’s Arnel Pineda tiring of the Steve Perry comparisons?

Arnel Pineda has recorded two albums of original music with Journey, dating back to 2008’s Revelation. Still, the bulk of the band’s legacy — and his performances — are rooted in the Steve Perry era.

‘He’s actually a musician’: Neal Schon on Journey’s relationship with producer Kevin Shirley

Producer Kevin Shirley has worked with every Journey lead singer going back to Steve Perry, and there’s a reason for that: “He’s very, very musical,” says band co-founder Neal Schon.

Post-Steve Perry songs by Journey: Gimme Five

Post-Steve Perry songs by Journey: Gimme Five

Steve Perry has been gone for far, far longer than he ever was actually in Journey.

‘We had to do something else’: How Journey moved on after Steve Perry’s departure

‘We had to do something else’: How Journey moved on after Steve Perry’s departure

For Journey, the absence of its lead singer from the road — no matter the radio magic that had come before — was setting the band up for certain disaster.

‘No words can say how much I feel’: Journey’s Arnel Pineda looks to aid typhoon-torn fellow Filapinos

‘No words can say how much I feel’: Journey’s Arnel Pineda looks to aid typhoon-torn fellow Filapinos

Journey’s Arnel Pineda is hoping to raise enough money to buy 2 million meals to aid his native countrymen in the Philippines after a devastating typhoon earlier this month.

‘I knew there was something special’: Deen Castronovo on joining Journey as Steve Perry exited

‘I knew there was something special’: Deen Castronovo on joining Journey as Steve Perry exited

Deen Castronovo says that Neal Schon warned him, before he took the drumming job in 1998, that Journey had split with long-time frontman Steve Perry. A exuberant Castronovo replied: “I don’t care who it’s with. I wanna play.”

‘Playing from the heart and soul’: Journey’s Neal Schon let his muse guide the way on The Calling

‘Playing from the heart and soul’: Journey’s Neal Schon let his muse guide the way on The Calling

Journey guitarist Neal Schon describes the beginnings of his new solo album The Calling as coming from a heartfelt place.

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