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He never stopped believin'

November 5, 2005

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Seven years ago, Journey, as we knew it, died. That's when the band split with Steve Perry, the feather-haired singer whose piercing pipes were responsible for ''Open Arms, ''Wheel in the Sky," and ''Anyway You Want It." Journey continues to tour with a C-grade Perry replacement. The real deal has re-emerged after years away from the spotlight -- and a ... (Full article: 661 words)

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