Complete List Of Journey Albums And Songs

Journey Albums

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This Complete List Of Journey Albums And Songs presents the full discography of Journey studio albums. The band Journey was first formed in 1973.  The group Journey hails from the area of San Francisco, California. This complete Journey discography also includes every single Journey live album. All these spectacular Journey albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Journey album as well as all original Journey album covers. Every Journey album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.

JOURNEY STUDIO ALBUMS

Journey

Released: April 1, 1975

Journey’s self-titled debut album was released in April 1975 and was the band’s first outing into the musical world. At the time, Journey was yet to adopt the arena rock sound that they would later become famous for. Instead, the album exhibited strong influences of jazz fusion and progressive rock, with extensive instrumental solos and complex musical arrangements.

Notable tracks include “Of a Lifetime” and “Mystery Mountain,” which offered a glimpse into the technical proficiency and artistic aspirations of the band. Though the album didn’t achieve significant commercial success, it laid the groundwork for what the band could accomplish. The album featured Neal Schon on guitars, Ross Valory on bass, Gregg Rolie on keyboards and vocals, Aynsley Dunbar on drums, and George Tickner on rhythm guitar. It was produced by Roy Halee and recorded at CBS Studios in San Francisco in late 1974. .

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Of a Lifetime” – 6:48
  2. “In the Morning Day” – 4:23
  3. “Kohoutek” – 6:40
  4. “To Play Some Music” – 3:16
  5. “Topaz” – 6:09
  6. “In My Lonely Feeling / Conversations” – 4:56
  7. “Mystery Mountain” – 4:25

Look into the Future

Released: January 1976

Released just a year after their debut, “Look into the Future” was Journey’s second studio album. The band continued in a similar vein, leaning heavily towards progressive rock with intricate instrumental arrangements. The title track and “On a Saturday Nite” are often cited as highlights. However, the album failed to bring substantial commercial success, although it was a step forward in terms of songwriting and complexity. Neal Schon on guitars, Ross Valory on bass, and Gregg Rolie on keyboards and vocals returned for this album, with Aynsley Dunbar continuing to provide the drum work. The album was produced by Glen Kolotkin and was recorded at CBS Studios in San Francisco during late 1975.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Look into the Future” – 8:08
  2. “On a Saturday Nite” – 4:02
  3. “It’s All Too Much” – 4:03
  4. “Anyway” – 4:12
  5. “She Makes Me (Feel Alright)” – 2:43
  6. “You’re on Your Own” – 5:54
  7. “Look into the Future” – 8:13

Next

Released: February 1977

“Next,” Journey’s third studio album, represents the end of an era for the band in terms of their experimentation with progressive rock and jazz fusion. Songs like “Spaceman” and “Hustler” continue to echo their earlier styles but also hint at the more commercial sound the band would later adopt. While not commercially successful upon its release, it gained some retrospective recognition for marking a transitional phase for the band. As with the previous albums, the lineup featured Neal Schon on guitars, Gregg Rolie on keyboards and vocals, Ross Valory on bass, and Aynsley Dunbar on drums. Produced by Glen Kolotkin and recorded at His Master’s Wheels Studio in San Francisco in late 1976, “Next” was the last Journey album to feature solely Gregg Rolie on lead vocals.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Spaceman” – 4:01
  2. “People” – 5:19
  3. “I Would Find You” – 5:20
  4. “Here We Are” – 4:16
  5. “Hustler” – 3:14
  6. “Next” – 5:26
  7. “Nickel & Dime” – 4:13
  8. “Karma” – 5:12

Infinity

Released: January 20, 1978

“Infinity” marked a major turning point in Journey’s career, introducing vocalist Steve Perry and adopting a more mainstream, radio-friendly sound. Produced by Roy Thomas Baker and recorded at His Master’s Wheels Studio and Cherokee Studios in Los Angeles in late 1977, the album was a commercial success. It featured hits like “Lights” and “Wheel in the Sky,” which have since become staples of classic rock radio. The album peaked at No. 21 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified 3x Platinum in the United States. “Infinity” was the last album to feature Aynsley Dunbar before he was replaced by Steve Smith. Alongside Dunbar, the album featured Neal Schon on guitars, Ross Valory on bass, Gregg Rolie on keyboards and vocals, and the newly added Steve Perry on vocals.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Lights” – 3:09
  2. “Feeling That Way” – 3:26
  3. “Anytime” – 3:28
  4. “Lă Do Dā” – 2:55
  5. “Patiently” – 3:09
  6. “Wheel in the Sky” – 4:12
  7. “Somethin’ to Hide” – 3:26
  8. “Winds of March” – 5:04
  9. “Can Do” – 2:39
  10. “Opened the Door” – 4:34

Evolution

Released: April 5, 1979

“Evolution” was Journey’s fifth studio album, and it marked the band’s continued move toward a mainstream rock sound. It was produced by Roy Thomas Baker and recorded at Cherokee Studios in Los Angeles. Featuring singles like “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin'” and “Just the Same Way,” the album helped to further cement the band’s commercial viability. “Evolution” peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified 3x Platinum in the United States. The lineup for this album remained the same as “Infinity,” with Neal Schon on guitars, Ross Valory on bass, Gregg Rolie on keyboards and vocals, Steve Smith on drums, and Steve Perry on vocals.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Majestic” – 1:16
  2. “Too Late” – 2:58
  3. “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin'” – 3:54
  4. “City of the Angels” – 3:12
  5. “When You’re Alone (It Ain’t Easy)” – 3:10
  6. “Sweet and Simple” – 4:12
  7. “Lovin’ You Is Easy” – 3:38
  8. “Just the Same Way” – 3:18
  9. “Do You Recall” – 3:13
  10. “Daydream” – 4:41
  11. “Lady Luck” – 3:35

Departure

Released: March 23, 1980

“Departure,” Journey’s sixth studio album, featured a harder rock sound compared to its predecessors. Recorded at The Automatt Studios in San Francisco and produced by Geoff Workman and Kevin Elson, “Departure” spawned hits like “Any Way You Want It” and “Walks Like a Lady.” The album reached No. 8 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified 3x Platinum. This was the last studio album to feature Gregg Rolie, who was replaced by Jonathan Cain.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Any Way You Want It” – 3:22
  2. “Walks Like a Lady” – 3:16
  3. “Someday Soon” – 3:32
  4. “People and Places” – 5:04
  5. “Precious Time” – 4:48
  6. “Where Were You” – 3:01
  7. “I’m Cryin'” – 2:53
  8. “Line of Fire” – 3:18
  9. “Departure” – 0:38
  10. “Good Morning Girl” – 1:44
  11. “Stay Awhile” – 2:48
  12. “Homemade Love” – 2:56

Dream, After Dream

Released: December 10, 1980

“Dream, After Dream,” an often-overlooked album in the Journey discography, served as a soundtrack for the Japanese film of the same name. The music showcased a more orchestrated and experimental side of the band. It was the last Journey album to involve Gregg Rolie and was not as commercially successful as their previous works. It was recorded in Osaka, Japan and was produced by Kevin Elson.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Destiny” – 5:32
  2. “Snow Theme” – 5:15
  3. “Sand Castles” – 4:50
  4. “A Few Coins” – 0:54
  5. “Moon Theme” – 1:41
  6. “When the Love Has Gone” – 5:03
  7. “Festival Dance” – 0:59
  8. “The Rape” – 1:23
  9. “Little Girl” – 5:51

Escape

Released: July 31, 1981

“Escape” was a landmark album for Journey, featuring some of the band’s most iconic songs like “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Who’s Crying Now,” and “Open Arms.” Produced by Mike Stone and Kevin Elson, and recorded at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California, “Escape” was a massive commercial success. It was the first Journey album to feature Jonathan Cain, who replaced Gregg Rolie on keyboards. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified 9x Platinum in the United States.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Don’t Stop Believin'” – 4:11
  2. “Stone in Love” – 4:25
  3. Who’s Crying Now” – 5:00
  4. “Keep On Runnin'” – 3:39
  5. “Still They Ride” – 3:49
  6. “Escape” – 5:16
  7. “Lay It Down” – 4:13
  8. “Dead or Alive” – 3:20
  9. “Mother, Father” – 5:28
  10. “Open Arms” – 3:18

Frontiers

Released: February 22, 1983

“Frontiers,” Journey’s eighth studio album, continued the band’s commercial success from “Escape.” This is the most underrated Journey album. The sound of this record is incredible. Produced by Mike Stone and Kevin Elson, this album was recorded at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California. It featured hits like “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart),” “Faithfully,” and “Send Her My Love.” “Frontiers” reached No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified 6x Platinum in the United States.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” – 5:26
  2. “Send Her My Love” – 3:55
  3. “Chain Reaction” – 4:20
  4. “After the Fall” – 5:01
  5. “Faithfully” – 4:24
  6. “Edge of the Blade” – 4:30
  7. “Troubled Child” – 4:29
  8. “Back Talk” – 3:18
  9. “Frontiers” – 4:04
  10. “Rubicon” – 4:19

Raised on Radio

Released: May 27, 1986

Breaking a three-year silence, Journey returned with “Raised on Radio,” an album that reflected the changing musical landscape of the late ’80s. Produced by Steve Perry and recorded at Fantasy Studios, it had a more streamlined, pop-oriented sound. Despite significant line-up changes, the album was commercially successful, peaking at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart and going 2x Platinum.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Girl Can’t Help It” – 3:50
  2. “Positive Touch” – 4:17
  3. “Suzanne” – 3:38
  4. “Be Good to Yourself” – 3:51
  5. “Once You Love Somebody” – 4:40
  6. “Happy to Give” – 3:50
  7. “Raised on Radio” – 3:49
  8. “I’ll Be Alright Without You” – 4:50
  9. “It Could Have Been You” – 3:36
  10. “The Eyes of a Woman” – 4:33
  11. “Why Can’t This Night Go on Forever” – 3:41

Trial by Fire

Released: October 22, 1996

Journey’s “Trial by Fire” was a reunion album featuring the band’s classic lineup. Produced by Kevin Shirley and recorded at Wildhorse Studios in Novato, California, the album was well-received by fans. Although it couldn’t replicate the massive success of the band’s ’80s heyday, it still peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart and went Platinum.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Message of Love” – 5:34
  2. “One More” – 5:28
  3. “When You Love a Woman” – 4:07
  4. “If He Should Break Your Heart” – 4:23
  5. “Forever in Blue” – 4:34
  6. “Castles Burning” – 6:00
  7. “Don’t Be Down on Me Baby” – 4:01
  8. “Still She Cries” – 5:04
  9. “Colors of the Spirit” – 5:35
  10. “When I Think of You” – 4:20
  11. “Easy to Fall” – 5:16
  12. “Can’t Tame the Lion” – 4:32
  13. “It’s Just the Rain” – 5:03
  14. “Trial by Fire” – 4:27
  15. “Baby I’m a Leavin’ You” – 2:48

Arrival

Released: April 3, 2001

Marking a new era for the band, “Arrival” was the first Journey album to feature Steve Augeri on lead vocals, replacing Steve Perry. Produced by Kevin Shirley and recorded at Avatar Studios in New York City, it failed to achieve the commercial success of previous albums but was appreciated by the band’s dedicated fan base. Of course, there were many who were not happy that Steve Perry was no longer a part of the band, and the low album sales was further proof of the fans who were upset over the loss of Perry

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Higher Place” – 5:11
  2. “All the Way” – 3:35
  3. “Signs of Life” – 4:54
  4. “All the Things” – 4:21
  5. “Loved by You” – 4:02
  6. “Livin’ to Do” – 6:19
  7. “World Gone Wild” – 6:00
  8. “I Got a Reason” – 4:00
  9. “With Your Love” – 4:25
  10. “Lifetime of Dreams” – 5:28
  11. “Live and Breathe” – 5:17
  12. “Nothin’ Comes Close” – 5:41
  13. “To Be Alive Again” – 4:20
  14. “Kiss Me Softly” – 4:46
  15. “I Was Made of You” – 4:29

Generations

Released: August 29, 2005

Journey returned in 2005 with “Generations,” which was the first album to feature drummer Deen Castronovo on lead vocals for several tracks, alternating with Steve Augeri. Produced by Kevin Shirley, the album was recorded at The Plant Studios, Sausalito, California. The album includes a variety of styles, blending traditional Journey elements with more modern influences. Musicians featured on “Generations” included Steve Augeri on lead vocals, Neal Schon on guitars and vocals, Jonathan Cain on keyboards and vocals, Ross Valory on bass and vocals, and Deen Castronovo on drums, percussion, and vocals.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Faith in the Heartland” – 6:02
  2. “The Place in Your Heart” – 4:24
  3. “A Better Life” – 5:45
  4. “Every Generation” – 5:52
  5. “Butterfly (She Flies Alone)” – 5:55
  6. “Believe” – 5:45
  7. “Knowing That You Love Me” – 4:12
  8. “Out of Harms Way” – 5:16
  9. “In Self-Defense” – 5:32
  10. “Better Together” – 5:14
  11. “Gone Crazy” – 4:25
  12. “Beyond the Clouds” – 7:52

Revelation

Released: June 3, 2008

Journey’s “Revelation” marked a pivotal point in the band’s long and storied career, primarily because it was their second album with Arnel Pineda on lead vocals. Produced by Kevin Shirley, “Revelation” was recorded at The Plant Studios in Sausalito, California, and Avatar Studios in New York.

The album is a triple-disc set. The first disc features 11 new songs, while the second contains 11 re-recorded classics featuring Pineda’s vocals, allowing both old and new fans to experience Journey’s classics in a new light. The third disc is a DVD of a live concert.

The album captures Journey’s classic rock sound, while also infusing new energy. Hits like “Never Walk Away” and “After All These Years” became fan favorites and enjoyed radio airplay. The album went on to receive platinum certification and peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Musicians on “Revelation” include Arnel Pineda on lead vocals, Neal Schon on guitars and vocals, Jonathan Cain on keyboards and vocals, Ross Valory on bass and vocals, and Deen Castronovo on drums, percussion, and vocals.

CD 1 Track Listings:

  1. “Never Walk Away” – 4:19
  2. “Like a Sunshower” – 4:29
  3. “Change for the Better” – 5:52
  4. “Wildest Dream” – 5:02
  5. “Faith in the Heartland” – 6:18
  6. “After All These Years” – 4:10
  7. “Where Did I Lose Your Love” – 5:02
  8. “What I Needed” – 5:28
  9. “What It Takes to Win” – 5:23
  10. “Turn Down the World Tonight” – 4:56
  11. “The Journey (Revelation)” – 3:17

CD 2 Track Listings (Re-recorded classics):

  1. “Only the Young” – 4:14
  2. “Don’t Stop Believin'” – 4:55
  3. “Wheel in the Sky” – 5:01
  4. “Faithfully” – 4:47
  5. “Any Way You Want It” – 3:25
  6. “Who’s Crying Now” – 5:44
  7. “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” – 5:27
  8. “Lights” – 3:16
  9. “Open Arms” – 3:22
  10. “Be Good to Yourself” – 4:29
  11. “Stone in Love” – 4:26

DVD Track Listing (Live in Concert):

  1. “Intro Medley: The Journey (Revelation)/Majestic”
  2. “Never Walk Away”
  3. “Only the Young”
  4. “Ask the Lonely”
  5. “Stone in Love”
  6. “Keep On Runnin'”
  7. “After All These Years”
  8. “Change for the Better”
  9. “Wheel in the Sky”
  10. “Lights”
  11. “Still They Ride”
  12. “Open Arms”
  13. “Mother, Father”
  14. “Wildest Dream”
  15. “When You Love a Woman”
  16. “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)”
  17. “What I Needed”
  18. “Edge of the Blade”
  19. “Where Did I Lose Your Love”
  20. “Escape”
  21. “Faithfully”
  22. “Don’t Stop Believin’”

Eclipse

Released: May 24, 2011

“Eclipse” is the 14th studio album by Journey. Also featuring Arnel Pineda on vocals, the album aimed for a heavier sound than its predecessor. Produced by Kevin Shirley, it was recorded at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California. Despite receiving positive reviews for its musical direction, it did not achieve high commercial success.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “City of Hope” – 6:01
  2. “Edge of the Moment” – 5:27
  3. “Chain of Love” – 6:10
  4. “Tantra” – 6:27
  5. “Anything Is Possible” – 5:21
  6. “Resonate” – 5:10
  7. “She’s a Mystery” – 6:41
  8. “Human Feel” – 6:43
  9. “Ritual” – 4:57
  10. “To Whom It May Concern” – 5:15
  11. “Someone” – 4:34
  12. “Venus” – 3:30

Freedom

Released:July 8, 2022

Freedom features the return of bassist Randy Jackson.

CD Track Listings:

1. Together We Run
2. Don’t Give Up On Us
3. Still Believe In Love
4. You Got The Best Of Me
5. Live To Love Again
6. The Way We Used To Be
7. Come Away With Me
8. After Glow
9. Let It Rain
10. Holdin On
11. All Day And All Night
12. Don’t Go
13. United We Stand
14. Life Rolls On
15. Beautiful As You Are

JOURNEY LIVE ALBUMS

Captured

Released 1981

Captured is Journey’s first live album, released on January 30, 1981. This album marked the end of the band’s successful run in the late ’70s into the ’80s with Steve Perry. The album charted at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum, which attests to its commercial success.

The album features Steve Perry on lead vocals, Neal Schon on guitar, Ross Valory on bass, Jonathan Cain on keyboards, and Steve Smith on drums. The record was produced by Kevin Elson and Steve Perry. Captured was released on the Columbia Records label. The album was recorded during various shows in 1980 but primarily on the “Departure” tour.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Majestic” – 1:16
  2. “Where Were You” – 3:22
  3. “Just the Same Way” – 3:37
  4. “Line of Fire” – 3:26
  5. “Lights” – 3:30
  6. “Stay Awhile” – 2:48
  7. “Too Late” – 3:44
  8. “Dixie Highway” – 6:51
  9. “Feeling That Way” – 3:14
  10. “Anytime” – 4:27
  11. “Do You Recall” – 3:26
  12. “Walks Like a Lady” – 7:05
  13. “La Do Da” – 7:02
  14. “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin'” – 5:16
  15. “Wheel in the Sky” – 5:03
  16. “Any Way You Want It” – 3:39
  17. “The Party’s Over (Hopelessly in Love)” – 3:42

Greatest Hits Live

Released 1998

Greatest Hits Live is not an official studio album by Journey, but a compilation of live performances released on October 13, 1998. It’s a compilation of recordings taken from various concerts, primarily during the period when Steve Perry was the lead vocalist.

This collection features Steve Perry on vocals, Neal Schon on guitar, Jonathan Cain on keyboards, Ross Valory on bass, and Steve Smith on drums. It was released on the Columbia Records label.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Don’t Stop Believin'” – 4:19
  2. “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” – 5:27
  3. “Lights” – 3:20
  4. “Wheel in the Sky” – 5:01
  5. “Only the Young” – 4:14
  6. “Open Arms” – 3:21
  7. “Mother, Father” – 5:27
  8. “La Do Da” – 7:03
  9. “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin'” – 5:09
  10. “Faithfully” – 4:47
  11. “Who’s Crying Now” – 5:46
  12. “Any Way You Want It” – 3:25
  13. “Ask the Lonely” – 3:23
  14. “Girl Can’t Help It” – 4:29
  15. “Send Her My Love” – 3:55
  16. “Be Good to Yourself” – 4:29

Live in Houston 1981: The Escape Tour

Released 2005

“Live in Houston 1981: The Escape Tour” is a live DVD/CD package by the American rock band Journey, released on November 15, 2005. The concert was recorded and filmed at The Summit in Houston, Texas on November 6, 1981, during the band’s tour for their then-newly released “Escape” album, which had been released in July of that year. The album peaked at No. 13 on the Billboard 200 chart for music videos and was certified Platinum by the RIAA.

The lineup for this live recording included Steve Perry on lead vocals, Neal Schon on lead guitar, Jonathan Cain on keyboards, Ross Valory on bass, and Steve Smith on drums. The album was produced by Steve Perry and Neal Schon.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Escape” – 5:17
  2. “Line of Fire” – 3:07
  3. “Lights” – 3:17
  4. “Stay Awhile” – 2:26
  5. “Open Arms” – 3:09
  6. “Mother, Father” – 5:22
  7. “Jonathan Cain Solo” – 1:53
  8. “Who’s Crying Now” – 5:41
  9. “Where Were You” – 3:18
  10. “Steve Smith Solo” – 3:54
  11. “Dead or Alive” – 3:30
  12. “Don’t Stop Believin'” – 4:09
  13. “Stone in Love” – 5:00
  14. “Keep On Runnin'” – 4:01
  15. “Neal Schon Solo” – 2:21
  16. “Wheel in the Sky” – 5:56
  17. “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin'” – 5:14
  18. “Anyway You Want It” – 3:39

Escape & Frontiers Live in Japan

Released 2019

“Escape & Frontiers Live in Japan” was released on April 3, 2019, and captures Journey’s performance at the Budokan in Tokyo on February 7, 2017. This special live performance was a unique set where Journey played their “Escape” and “Frontiers” albums back-to-back in their entirety.

The lineup for this recording featured Arnel Pineda on lead vocals, Neal Schon on lead guitar, Ross Valory on bass, Jonathan Cain on keyboards, and Steve Smith on drums. The album was produced by Journey and was released through Eagle Vision.

CD Track Listings:

Escape:

  1. “Don’t Stop Believin'” – 4:15
  2. “Stone in Love” – 4:25
  3. “Who’s Crying Now” – 5:01
  4. “Keep On Runnin'” – 3:39
  5. “Still They Ride” – 3:49
  6. “Escape” – 5:16
  7. “Lay It Down” – 4:13
  8. “Dead or Alive” – 3:20
  9. “Mother, Father” – 5:28
  10. “Open Arms” – 3:18

Frontiers:

  1. “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” – 5:26
  2. “Send Her My Love” – 3:55
  3. “Chain Reaction” – 4:20
  4. “After the Fall” – 5:01
  5. “Faithfully” – 4:47
  6. “Edge of the Blade” – 4:30
  7. “Troubled Child” – 4:04
  8. “Back Talk” – 3:18
  9. “Frontiers” – 4:10
  10. “Rubicon” – 4:19

 

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