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Performer:
Journey
Album:
Raised on Radio
Style:
Arena Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Soft Rock,Album Rock
Date of release:
May, 1986
Recording location:
Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA
Duration:
44:13
FLAC vers. size:
1238 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1192 mb
WMA vers. size:
1970 mb
Other formats
APE RA WMA DMF MP2 ASF
Rating:
4.8 ★
Votes:
303

Recorded at Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA. Fantasy Studios, Bereley, CA Mixed at Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, New York and Power Station, New York Mastered at Masterdisk, New York. On CD: ℗ 1976 CBS Inc CBS/SONY Inc. Tokyo, Japan.

Album Name Raised on Radio. 版公司 Columbia Records CBS Records. 8. I'll Be Alright Without You. 9. It Could Have Been You. 10. The Eyes of a Woman. 11. Why Can't This Night Go on Forever.

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Journey's ninth new studio album found the group reduced to a trio of guitarist Neal Schon, singer Steve Perry, and keyboard player Jonathan Cain. Schon's guitar still cut through the fat keyboard chords, and Perry's fluid tenor still gave the songs an airy, melodic appeal

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Girl Can't Help It Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry / Neal Schon Journey 3:53
2 Positive Touch Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry / Neal Schon Journey 4:17
3 Suzanne Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry Journey 3:38
4 Be Good to Yourself Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry / Neal Schon Journey 3:51
5 Once You Love Somebody Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry / Neal Schon Journey 4:40
6 Happy to Give Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry Journey 3:49
7 Raised on Radio Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry / Neal Schon Journey 3:49
8 I'll Be Alright Without You Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry / Neal Schon Journey 4:49
9 It Could Have Been You Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry / Neal Schon Journey 3:37
10 The Eyes of a Woman Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry / Neal Schon Journey 4:32
11 Why Can't This Night Go on Forever Jonathan Cain / Steve Perry Journey 3:41

Credits

Bruce Bishop - Photography
Jonathan Cain - Arranger, Composer, Dmx Programming, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer, Vocal Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Bob Clearmountain - Engineer, Mixing
Megan Clearmountain - Special Effects
Michael Cotten - Illustrations
Jim Gaines - Associate Producer, Engineer
Bob Glaub - Bass
Randy Goodrum - Producer, Vocal Producer
Danny Hull - Harmonica, Harp, Saxophone
Randy Jackson - Bass, Vocals (Background)
Journey - Primary Artist
Brian Lee - Remastering
Larrie Londin - Drums
Bob Ludwig - Mastering, Remastering
Mark McKenna - Engineer, Second Engineer
David McMacken - Design
Steve Minkins - Percussion, Synthesizer
Bob Missbach - Assistant Engineer
Steve Perry - Arranger, Composer, Cover Art Concept, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Prairie Prince - Artwork, Illustrations
Steve Rinkoff - Engineer, Second Engineer
Christine Sauers - Art Direction
Neal Schon - Arranger, Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Synthesizer), Keyboard Synthesizer, Vocals (Background)
Steve Smith - Drums
  • Jum
While this album doesn't exactly capture the magic that Journey was truly capable of producing on previous works such as Escape and Frontiers, it is still a decent album. Most people I have talked to have mixed feelings on this album. Some people really enjoy this album, while others are not so into it. But I certainly don't blame them for feeling this way, because something about it doesn't exactly feel like its Journey.I personally really like this album. It has it's ups and downs, but overall, it is a pretty good listen. Songs like "Girl Can't Help It" and "I'll Be Alright Without You" were indeed true gems off the album, and can easily be found on most of Journey's greatest hit playlists, but songs such as "Positive Touch", "Suzzane", and "The Eyes Of A Woman" sort of fail to please. I will say, however, that the final song on the album, "Why Can't This Night Go On Forever", is a true hidden gem of Raised on Radio. One can tell that Perry, Cain, and Schon were trying to craft something similar to that of "Open Arms" and "Faithfully" out of this song, but it flopped and got very little (if any) radio airplay at all, which is a real shame, because it is a well crafted tune and it manages to tug your heartstrings a little bit if you listen to itThe reason this album may be considered a "disappointment" to many is probably because of Steve Perry's urge to take more control over where Journey was going after their brief 2 year hiatus following the Frontiers Tour. He felt that using the latest in music technology and streamlining their sound to a more keyboard oriented pop sound was a need in order to make another successful album, which is what a lot of arena rock bands had begun doing by the mid to late 80s. A few examples of this include REO Speedwagon's Life As We Know It, and Queen's A Kind Of Magic. Journey had simply followed this trend, believing it was the key to producing another hit record, but in the end, that didn't prove to be the case, even today when music critics look back at it. All it did was make the songs sound sort of "bland" so to speak, which is why most arena rock bands' late 80s work is sometimes shunned and overlooked.All in all, Raised on Radio is a pretty good album, but not as good as Journey's older work because it sort of fails to bring that joyful and notorious sound that made the band who they were during late 70s and early 80s.
  • Chilldweller
Can an album with four memorable singles still be disappointing? Absolutely, when the album tracks are as terrible as they are on Raised By Radio. The previous Steve Perry albums (1978's Infinity thru 1983's Frontiers) produced not only many great singles, but consistently contained the kind of quality album tracks that let us know this was a talented band of brilliant individual musicians, and that a new Journey album was well worth hearing. But it goes south on Raised By Radio. We can quibble about the quality of the four charting singles, but let's agree they were popular and memorable, but also formulaic with Journey's previous hits. But the bad album tracks show that when Journey misses, they miss badly. Sweet becomes cloying, earnest becomes schmaltzy, and vital energy becomes old cheese. The misses on Raised by Radio are so bad they make one second-guess whether one is really a Journey fan at all. With hindsight and careful listening 30 years later, it is okay and right to like, nay *love* Journey. But do yourself and the band a favor: get Raised on Radio's singles but skip the album.(1) Girl Can't Help It (4/5) (hit single)(2) Positive Touch (2/5)(3) Suzanne (3/5) (hit single)(4) Be Good to Yourself (3/5) (hit single)(5) Once You Love Somebody (1/5)(6) Happy to Give (2/5)(7) Raised on Radio (2/5)(8) I'll Be Alright Without You (3/5) (hit single)(9) It Could Have Been You (1/5)(10) The Eyes of a Woman (2/5)(11) Why Can't This Night Go On Forever (2/5)
  • Browelali
I still enjoy listening to this album after all this time. It is the most cohesive, non-clunker, Steve Perry Journey album. Admit it, Journey had a handful of clunkers on all of their previous albums. Now to be honest, I could do without the schmaltz of Happy to Give, The Eyes of a Woman and Why Can't This Night Go On Forever. Still, they are not clunkers and the remaining eight songs, three of which made their greatest hits, actually validate Journey’s status as one of the world’s best-selling bands of all time. IMHO, Raised on Radio delivers the melodic, rock/pop energy of Journey better than any of their previous albums. I won’t claim ROR’s songs are the best of Journey’s best songs but the albums hangs together better than their previous albums. It is further enhanced by the newly, digitized recording engineering techniques of the time and has a crisper, brighter ambiance than before bringing Neil Schon’s solos and riffs new resonance. For my money, “Girl Can’t Help It” and “I’ll Be Alright Without You” are the best songs on the album. (1) Girl Can't Help It (5/5) (hit single)(2) Positive Touch (3/5)(3) Suzanne (4/5) (hit single)(4) Be Good to Yourself (3/5) (hit single)(5) Once You Love Somebody (4/5)(6) Happy to Give (2/5)(7) Raised on Radio (3/5)(8) I'll Be Alright Without You (5/5) (hit single)(9) It Could Have Been You (4/5)(10) The Eyes of a Woman (2/5)(11) Why Can't This Night Go On Forever (2/5)
  • Trash Obsession
Down to their core of Perry-Cain-Schon, Journey seems weary on Raised On Radio. That doesn't mean there aren't a few uplifting tracks, because there are, it's just that the energy that dominated the better part of the decade prior doesn't seem to be there. Steve Perry does his best to bring life to the songs, and both Jonathan Cain and Neal Schon add a solid musical flavor to these songs, but the lyrics lack a deeper direction and don't seem to take the band higher. It may be this that led to a temporary demise but allowed the door to be open for an amazing second act. Key tracks are Girl Can't Help It, Be Good To Yourself, and I'll Be Alright Without You.
  • Gold as Heart
Pop song for pop song this is a terrific little album, but it's far removed from the classic rock, album rock or even pop rock sound that this group had become famous (and in some circles infamous) for. The way I see it, you can either look at this as a stunning Steve Perry album or a slightly disappointing Journey album. It's almost like Steve's answer to Robert Plant's Honeydrippers, a love letter to the '50s rock and roll and R&B that Perry fell in love with as a young child at his parents' radio station (a version of which is depicted on the cover). And it's glorious ear candy, which is why I'm giving it five stars for what it is. But is it really a quote-unquote JOURNEY product? In my view...neh, it's Street Talk with Cain and Schon in support roles.
  • Dark_Sun
Good tunes here but some of the R&B sounding tunes simply don’t work. They get props for trying.
  • Mohn
I grew up with this album when it hit the airwaves. I love all the songs but The one song i loved most was Suzanne because of its upbeat sound and also the short commercial video with the model town and radio station that for decades i can't find. So i made one up that's close to 1:64 scale that it shows on YouTube. It took me 2 weeks to build for my Christmas town model and a day to figure out how to install the neon lighting behind the JRNY sign. Anyone wants to see a picture and more details just email me. [email protected] and just put journey model on as the headline
  • Detenta
A rather weak album. No energy at all. I think they did of contracts law? Or to earn some more dollars. They should stop with album before this one. The later albums that was made are like they became a cover band..
  • Vozuru
This album is great. I liked it and any other reviews negative can suck balls!