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Download links and information about Frontiers by The Journey. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 58:19 minutes.

Artist: The Journey
Release date: 1983
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 58:19
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No. Title Length
1. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) 5:23
2. Send Her My Love 3:54
3. Chain Reaction 4:19
4. After the Fall 5:00
5. Faithfully 4:27
6. Edge of the Blade 4:30
7. Troubled Child 4:29
8. Back Talk 3:16
9. Frontiers 4:09
10. Rubicon 4:17
11. Only the Young 4:16
12. Ask the Lonely 3:53
13. Liberty 2:53
14. Only Solutions 3:33



Frontiers managed to give Journey four Top 40 hits, with "After the Fall" and "Send Her My Love" both reaching number 23, "Faithfully" at number 12, and "Separate Ways" peaking at number eight — the same amount that 1981's Escape brandished. While they tried to use the same musical recipe as Escape, Frontiers comes up a little short, mainly because the keyboards seem to overtake both Neal Schon's guitar playing and Steve Perry's strong singing. An overabundance of Jonathan Cain's synth work cloaks the quicker tunes and seeps into the ballads, slightly widening the strong partnership of Perry and Schon. "Faithfully" tried to match the powerful beauty of "Open Arms," and while it's a gorgeous ballad, it just comes inches away from conjuring up the same soft magic. "Separate Ways" grabs attention right off the bat with stinging synthesizer and a catchy guitar riff, and "Send Her My Love" emphasizes Perry's keen ability to pour his heart out. The rest of the songs on the album lack the warmth that Journey is famous for, especially in their mix of fervor and intimacy shown on this album's predecessor. [The 2006 reissue of Frontiers has four bonus tracks: "Only the Young" from the Vision Quest soundtrack, "Ask the Lonely" from the Two of a Kind soundtrack, "Only Solutions" from the soundtrack to Tron, and "Liberty," a rare song that first surfaced on the Time 3 box set.]