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The Lost Boys: Hard-To-Find '80s Albums (Journey's "Dream After Dream")

“The Lost Boys: Hard-To-Find ’80s Albums” gives you exactly what the title implies: a rare or out-of-print album from the ’80s in its entirety. Some will be from CD, but most will have been lovingly transferred from pristine vinyl culled directly from the Analog Kid’s vast collection. 515 more words

Analog Kid

143. Don't Stop Believing (1981)

Artist: Journey Kompositörer: Jonathan Cain, Steve Perry & Neal Schon

Utgivningsår: 1981 Album: Escape

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Säga vad man vill om den fläskigt vuxenorienterade rocken (förkortad AOR på engelska) men det finns undantag som ingen kan värja sig emot. 240 more words

Rock

Steve Perry, Journey Hit Song 'Lights' Lift San Fran to World Series Title

KANSAS CITY, MO (The Barbed Wire) – In a thrilling World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals, in which both teams seemed evenly matched, the title came down to one small difference – one team had a kick-ass song from the late 70′s that pumped up its fans and players and one team didn’t. 278 more words

Satire

What singer at World Series sparked groan-inducing jokes AND 'Oscar-worthy' GIF? [photos, video]

So, former Journey frontman and baseball bud comedian Rob Schneider are big SF Giants fans.

Me and Steve Perry at the World Series last night! Game 7 in about 15 hours!

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Entertainment

Jenny Q: Steve Perry Cheers His Giants in KC—At Least in the First Inning

What a blow out last night… I don’t know why I was enjoying it so much. I don’t particularly hate the Giants. It’s not about their near rout of the Rangers four years ago. 173 more words

Shows

This blogger's favorite song!

This song was and still is my favorite song long before the Giants adopted it for the bottom of the eighth inning.  It was awesome seeing Steve Perry last night and at a number of the postseason games in 2014!  

Game Three: Royals 3, Giants 2

All of us who follow baseball, no matter what team you root for this season, have expected the unexpected.   The 2014 Major League Baseball season has been just that. 586 more words