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Journey :tumbsup: Bad English haven't been around as long to even make it a contest.

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Journey :tumbsup: Bad English haven't been around as long to even make it a contest.

 

 

Backed 100% - Even though the 2 Bad English discs were excellent, no contest at all. Plus Bad English didn't make 'Escape' or 'Frontiers'.

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Journey :tumbsup: Bad English haven't been around as long to even make it a contest.

 

 

Backed 100% - Even though the 2 Bad English discs were excellent, no contest at all. Plus Bad English didn't make 'Escape' or 'Frontiers'.

Escape and Frontiers are easily the highlights of Journey for me..., some classic stuff there

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Bad English by a mile. Better songs, better vocalist (by 14,000 miles) and overall I'd prefer those 2 albums to anything I've heard from Journey.

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Bad English by a mile. Better songs, better vocalist (by 14,000 miles) and overall I'd prefer those 2 albums to anything I've heard from Journey.

 

 

Backed on the vocalist thing.

I love Perry's voice but there's something about John Waite's voice that I like better.

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Bad English by a mile. Better songs, better vocalist (by 14,000 miles) and overall I'd prefer those 2 albums to anything I've heard from Journey.

 

ahh im confused... you were wearing a Steve Perry shirt when i saw you... Whats with that??

C'mon man! I thought you said that as long as I didn't tell anyone that you were wearing a Boy II Men shirt you wouldn't let anyone know about the Steve Perry shirt!

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Not really big on either one of 'em, so I had to go for Option #3. Although "Hate Them Both" is too strong a word, as I do kinda dig a few songs here and there. So in my case it's more like "neutral and disinterested in both"

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Bad English by a mile. Better songs, better vocalist (by 14,000 miles) and overall I'd prefer those 2 albums to anything I've heard from Journey.

 

ahh im confused... you were wearing a Steve Perry shirt when i saw you... Whats with that??

C'mon man! I thought you said that as long as I didn't tell anyone that you were wearing a Boy II Men shirt you wouldn't let anyone know about the Steve Perry shirt!

 

damn those bootlegged Boy II Men shirts...., yes its true .... i couldnt afford one with the extra S or Z or whatever it is...

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Bad English by a mile. Better songs, better vocalist (by 14,000 miles) and overall I'd prefer those 2 albums to anything I've heard from Journey.

 

ahh im confused... you were wearing a Steve Perry shirt when i saw you... Whats with that??

C'mon man! I thought you said that as long as I didn't tell anyone that you were wearing a Boy II Men shirt you wouldn't let anyone know about the Steve Perry shirt!

 

damn those bootlegged Boy II Men shirts...., yes its true .... i couldnt afford one with the extra S or Z or whatever it is...

:lol: fukkit!

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JOURNEY for me too. 2 great albums from B.E doesn't come close to the output of Journey over a much longer period. Bad English actually had a load of demos for a third album that still float around on eBay, & they are astonishingly good.

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Journey for me by a country mile.

 

Yeah, of course Escape and Frontiers which have already been mentioned.

 

But for me the real classics are Evolution and Infinity.......timeless stuff.

 

Cheers

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Hardline

Good call, I think I still like Journey, but I like Hardline a HELL of a lot more than Bad English...

 

 

I like Hardline way more than Joruney or Bad English.

 

I was just listening to some Bad English last night so I thought I'd start this poll just to see how others felt.

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Hardline

Good call, I think I still like Journey, but I like Hardline a HELL of a lot more than Bad English...

 

 

I like Hardline way more than Joruney or Bad English.

 

I was just listening to some Bad English last night so I thought I'd start this poll just to see how others felt.

What's "Joruney" like? I've never heard them before...

 

With love, another typo nazi... ;)

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Hardline

Good call, I think I still like Journey, but I like Hardline a HELL of a lot more than Bad English...

 

 

I like Hardline way more than Joruney or Bad English.

 

I was just listening to some Bad English last night so I thought I'd start this poll just to see how others felt.

What's "Joruney" like? I've never heard them before...

 

With love, another typo nazi... ;)

 

 

Joruney is a Journey tribute band featuring lead vocalist Jorn Joruney. :whistle:

 

Sheesh don't you know anything? :unsure:

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