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In the Beginning (Journey album)

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In the Beginning (Journey album)

In the Beginning
Released November 1979 (first pressing, with gate-fold sleeve)
January 1980 (2nd pressing, minus gate-fold)
Genre Progressive rock, hard rock
Length 75:24
Label Columbia
Journey chronology

In the Beginning
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Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

In the Beginning contains songs from the rock band Journey's first three albums (Journey, Look into the Future, and Next) before Steve Perry joined the band as their new lead singer in 1977. The album had a limited print run and is now highly sought after.

Track listing

Side one
  1. "Of a Lifetime" (Gregg Rolie, George Tickner, Neal Schon) - 6:48
  2. "Topaz" (Tickner) - 6:09
  3. "Kohoutek" (Schon, Rolie) - 6:40
Side two
  1. "On a Saturday Night" (Rolie) - 3:55
  2. "It's All Too Much" (George Harrison) - 4:01
  3. "In My Lonely Feeling/Conversations" (Rolie / Ross Valory) - 4:56
  4. "Mystery Mountain" (Rolie, Tickner, Diane Valory) - 4:23
Side three
  1. "Spaceman" (Rolie, Aynsley Dunbar) - 4:00
  2. "People" (Schon, Rolie, Dunbar) - 5:19
  3. "Anyway" (Rolie) - 4:10
  4. "You're on Your Own" (Schon, Rolie, Tickner) - 5:52
Side four
  1. "Look into the Future" (Schon, Rolie, D. Valory) - 8:08
  2. "Nickel and Dime" (R. Valory, Schon, Rolie, Tickner) - 4:11
  3. "I'm Gonna Leave You" (Schon, Rolie, Tickner) - 6:56


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