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Popdose’s Latest Bits: Post-Steve Perry Journey

Exploring the post-Perry period of rock band Journey......

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Dw. Dunphy On… Journey’s “Escape”

Two storms of the century, drought, killer meteorites, papal resignations, and Dw Dunphy praises Journey. ...

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Blerd Briefs: Steve Perry’s Journey & Looking For A New Mrs. Kenny G.

In random rock music news, Steve Perry might be returning to the studio, and Kenny G. is looking for a new love....

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Ask The Monkey Monk!: Any Way You Want It

Popdose's resident simian sage returns with advice for a certain hotshot guitarist......

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The Popdose Guide to Journey

Adored by their fans and scorned by critics, Journey never attempted to be more than they are: a rock band out to entertain you. As they...

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Journey, “Eclipse”

Rob Smith reviews the new Journey record, "Eclipse," and finds a lot to like....

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CD Review: Journey, “Eclipse”

Popdose.com faces the wrath of Journey fans everywhere with a review of their latest, Eclipse....

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Death by Power Ballad: Steve Perry, “Running Alone”

Is Steve Perry a dick, or just a great singer? Rob Smith kicks off another year of Death by Power Ballad by examining Perry's "Running...

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Basement Songs, Music

Basement Songs: Journey, “Only the Young”

In the fall of 1984, the Make A Wish Foundation contacted the band Journey. A 16-year old fan from Cleveland named Kenny Sykaluk was in the...

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Listmania, Music

Listmania: Top 50 Guitarists (#20-11)

We made a list of our favorite guitarists of all time, and this week we near the top 10, counting down numbers 20 to 11. Has your favorite...

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Death by Power Ballad: Journey, “Open Arms” (2008)

Rob Smith recalls the first time he heard Journey's Arnel Pineda sing "Open Arms" in this week's Death by Power Ballad, only at...

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Popdose Flashback: Michael Bolton, “Soul Provider”

In Bull Durham, Kevin Costner’s character Crash Davis chides Nuke LaLoosh (Tim Robbins) for his laziness and lack of focus on the...

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Basement Songs, Music

Basement Songs: Journey, “Any Way You Want It”

My brother’s black five-piece Rogers drum set stood in our basement like the monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey: Mysterious,...