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Generic pack viagra Will you all indulge me for a post? In the grand scheme of life (and death), generic pack viagra the machinations of a rock band don’t amount to a hill of beans. Generic pack viagra Truly, generic pack viagra I understand this. Generic pack viagra I do love my rock-and-roll and I’m passionate about music but sometimes you just gotta let go.

Generic pack viagra I’m letting Journey go. Generic pack viagra Today I found out they have dropped their newest lead singer Jeff Scott Soto. Generic pack viagra Enough is freaking enough.

Generic pack viagra Let me give you a look at what a roller-coaster this band has put their fans through.

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This is Steve Perry.

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Generic pack viagra THE best voice in music. Generic pack viagra Any era, generic pack viagra any genre.

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Generic pack viagra Then he was dropped from the band for health issues – hips, generic pack viagra if I remember correctly.

Generic pack viagra Trust me, generic pack viagra it made “One Life to Live” look like a Shakespeare tragedy.

Generic pack viagra Biggest soap opera on the face of the earth.


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Enter Steve Augeri.

Generic pack viagra How could anybody replace Steve Perry?????

Generic pack viagra Well, generic pack viagra he did.

Generic pack viagra And after kicking and screaming my way to my first post-Perry concert, generic pack viagra Augeri had a new fan in his own right.

Generic pack viagra Killer voice and a bluesy style, generic pack viagra cute as heck in person and the sweetest guy in the world to Journey fans.

Generic pack viagra Lead singer for Journey is a long way from managing a Gap.

Generic pack viagra Eight years. Generic pack viagra Two new albums. Generic pack viagra At least five concerts a year in my “concert zone” and I went to every single one of them.

Generic pack viagra He was dropped a year ago for health reasons.

Generic pack viagra His voice gave out after almost a decade of tackling the hardest catalouge in rock.

Generic pack viagra What would Journey do now?



Generic pack viagra They hire the hardest-working vocalist on the planet to fill in and then make him a member of the band.

Generic pack viagra Jeff Scott Soto.

Generic pack viagra He doesn’t look, generic pack viagra or sound like Perry or Augeri, generic pack viagra but from the first syllable it was obvious that he was made to sing Journey.

Generic pack viagra He ooozed showmanship from every pore.

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Generic pack viagra Journey lucked out big time with this guy!

Generic pack viagra After less than a year, generic pack viagra he has left the band. Generic pack viagra No health issues this time. Generic pack viagra Just the typical non-descript Journey press release stating how much they admire him and wish him well, generic pack viagra etc.

Generic pack viagra I don’t care why he left. Generic pack viagra He’s just gone. Generic pack viagra And Journey is minus a lead singer once again.


The wheel in the sky is no longer turning. Generic pack viagra I’ve stopped believing. Generic pack viagra No open arms here. Generic pack viagra The lights have been turned out.

When a band changes lead singers like some people change underwear, generic pack viagra there is a problem. Generic pack viagra Bon Jovi has the same line up. Generic pack viagra U2 hasn’t changed partners. Generic pack viagra I don’t see Matchbox 20 having existential angst. Generic pack viagra Hell, generic pack viagra even the Backstreet Boys have managed to get along.

Oh, generic pack viagra I’ll still listen to the music.

But I’m too old and too tired to give Journey much more energy.

The Party’s Over.

Thanks for reading a non-nursing post and letting me vent.

I need a Rock blog…….

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  • Doctor Anonymous
    Doctor Anonymous

    June 13, 2007 at 6:09 pm

    Ok, you can admit it. Is the real reason because they used a Journey song in the final scene of the Sopranos? I thought that it was really tacky that they did that. Down with Journey!

    Just kidding. I don’t care what people say. Journey without Steve Perry – that’s no Journey to me. Gotta get out the Escape vinyl and play it again…

  • marlaquack

    June 14, 2007 at 4:13 am

    In your camp with this one. Only now its not just me, but the kiddo’s like Journey. I wish I could upload the teen singing a Journey song for her vocal final. It was fab, but because of copyright stuff I can’t put it on you tube.

  • Kim (not the author of this blog)
    Kim (not the author of this blog)

    June 14, 2007 at 9:02 am

    In August 2006 I went to the Mountain View Def Leppard/Journey concert. I went because I’m a devout Def Leppard fan. I took my devout Journey fan friend along with me so we’d be balanced. When I left the show that night I almost forgot Def Leppard was present. Who was that Jeff Scott Soto guy? Where had he been all my life? He fit so perfectly with Journey I couldn’t imagine anyone else ever singing with them, before or after JSS. I still can’t. This is possibly one of the biggest mistakes in rock ‘n roll history. Watching JSS perform all those Journey songs, run the show like a well oiled machine while he sang his heart out I now know that Journey will never be able to replace him. I don’t care where they look. I don’t care how long they look they just lost the best thing that ever happened to them.

  • StudentNurseJack

    June 14, 2007 at 8:32 pm

    Our HS gymnasics coach was a Steve Perry fan, because they shared a common proboscis and she KNEW they were destined to be together, some how, some way. We worked out to Journey about every day.

    Don’t stop belieeeeeevin’. Thanks for the ear worm, Kim.

  • Clinical Pediatric Electrodes
    Clinical Pediatric Electrodes

    June 15, 2007 at 10:37 am

    What a shame. One of the greatest bands of all time has pretty much lost all credibility at this point.

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