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October 3, 2006 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: October 3, 2006
  • Release Date: October 3, 2006
  • Label: Columbia/Legacy
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  • Total Length: 58:21
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  • ASIN: B00138KIKU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,032 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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A Very good song IMO.
Music 101
In any case, this is an excellent album and I would recommend buying it to anyone who loves great music where you can actually understand the words.
Michael Kelley
Solid Journey album with bonus tracks (including songs written for movie soundtracks) that make it an excellent Journey CD.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By B. J O'Connor on April 5, 2007
Format: Audio CD
"Frontiers" was Journey's follow-up monster 1981 smash "Escape" and proved to be just as commerically successful,peaking at #2(held back only by Michael Jackson's Thriller)and spawning four Top 40 hits, including "Seperate Ways(Worlds Apart)","Faithfully","After The Fall" and "Send Her My Love".The album is just as good,if not better,than its predeccesor,containing other standouts(besides the hits) like "Chain Reaction","Edge Of A Blade" and "Rubicon".The only poor song on this album is the grating "Back Talk".Luckly,this 2006 reissue contains four bonus tracks that strenghten this effort much more by including "Only The Young"(a top 10 hit from the "Vision Quest" soundtrack in 1985),"Ask The Lonely"(which was featured on the "Two Of A Kind" soundtrack in 1983)"Only Solutions"(featured on the 1982 "Tron" soundtrack)and the short but outstanding "Liberty".The remastered sound(by Dave Donnelly,NOT Dave Collins as one reviewer said)is a vast improvement over the previous CD editions,making Steve Perry's vocals,Neal Schon's guitar and Jonathan Cain's keyboard's sounding more powerful and clearer than ever before.It also includes a cool booklet containing photos and tour dates from the "Frontiers" era.Essential for any Journey fan or 80's pop/rock lovers!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gokhan Ersan on June 5, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Just came across with the remastered "Frontiers," and boy am I impressed. It sounds so much crisper, clearer are stonger here. And the two unreleased songs Liberty and Only Solutions are just hidden gems, plus you've got two more extras: Only the Young and Ask the Lonely in the same package! Are you kiddin' me!

Personally, I've favored Frontiers over fan favorite Escape, but haven't listened to the cd for a long time. Can't stop listening to the remastered version.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By R. Gorham on October 25, 2007
Format: Audio CD
THE BAND: Steve Perry (vocals), Neal Schon (guitars), Jonathan Cain (keyboards, guitars), Ross Valory (bass), Steve Smith (drums & percussion).

THE DISC: (1983) Originally 10 tracks clocking in at approximately 44 minutes. This 2006 digi-pak version contains 4 bonus tracks making the total listen just over 58 minutes. Included with the disc is a 14-page booklet containing song titles/credits, numerous band photos (all original album artwork), Frontier '83 tour dates, and thank you's. All songs written by Journey members (with Cain receiving co-writing credits on all 14 tracks, and Perry on 13). This is the band's 8th studio album. Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA. Label - Columbia / Sony.

COMMENTS: "Frontiers" was a solid follow-up to the 9x platinum "Escape". In the scheme of things though, it would be extremely tough for "Frontiers" to duplicate the success of its predecessor. After all, "Escape" (1981) was a #1 album, with three #1 hits ("Who's Crying Now", "Don't Stop Believin'", and "Open Arms"). "Frontiers" did reach #2 and it garnered 4 big hits at the time - "Separate Ways (World's Apart)", "Faithfully", "After The Fall" and "Send Her My Love" - all Top 40 hits with "Separate Ways" peaking at #8 on the Billboard charts. Stepping back and looking at the big music picture, there were several rock/pop albums that were hugely popular in 1983 ("Synchronicity" - The Police, "Let's Dance" - David Bowie, "Cuts Like A Knife" - Bryan Adams, "Metal Health" - Quiet Riot, "90125" - Yes, "Uh-Huh" - John Cougar Mellencamp, "Pyromania" - Def Leppard, "War" - U2), but none larger than Michael Jackson's #1 "Thriller". Perhaps some of these albums (especially "Thriller") were holding "Frontiers" back.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tim Brough TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 22, 2012
Format: Audio CD
When Journey reelased the original "Frontiers" in 1983, they were on a hot streak. Their live album had cemented their rep as one of the country's top arena acts, and "Escape" had been their biggest hit to date. With "Frontiers," they jettisoned all pretenses to being a prog-rock group and finally owned up to the fact that Steve Perry had effectively turned them into a mighty powerful singles unit, capable of delivering radio ready fodder with an ease that 80's radio lapped up like so much diet soda.

The album kicked off with the band's rocking-est top 40 entry yet, "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)." With the energetic new wavish keyboards and Perry's propulsive wail, it was a straightforward pop song with a metallic hook. Then came the juggernaut; the ballad "Faithfully" built on the success of the previous album's "Open Arms," with ex-Baby Jonathan Cain dominating the song's love-lorn hook and tale of families on the rock and roll road. Add "After The Fall" and "Send Her My Love," and you get four top forty singles out of ten tracks. Not bad for a group that began as a sci-fi prog outfit.

However, when the band tries to steer clear of the formula, there's trouble on the Frontier. Neil Schon is given some 'rockers' to unleash his guitar on, but many of these qualify as pure filler. Perry is not a very convincing rock-roarer, so when he tries to sound surly on "Chain Reaction" or "Back Talk," he's totally out of his universe. His dominance of the band as a soul crooner and pure singer minus affectations are when Journey are at their best.

This is also why the bonus tracks hit home so well.
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