Journey's Steve Perry Expands Comeback Album
(hennemusic) Former Journey frontman Steve Perry has released an expanded, Deluxe Edition of his 2018 comeback solo album "Traces." Originally issued last fall, the set marked the return of the former Journey singer after decades away from the music business.
Perry recorded "Traces" at his home studio, with only strings done at Capitol Records, alongside co-producer Thom Flowers. Introduced with the lead single, "No Erasin'", the project - which debuted at No 6 on the US Billboard 200 - has now been expanded beyond its original 10 songs for a deluxe edition release.
"These bonus tracks - 'October In New York', 'Angel Eyes', 'Call On Me', 'Could We Be Somethin' Again' and 'Blue Jays Fly' - are some of my most favorite songs in this 15-song collection," says Perry. "I'm so glad they will now be available everywhere."
The "Traces" Deluxe Edition is offered in a variety of formats, including digital, CD, and in two 180-gram 2LP vinyl versions, including one that features a collectible, limited-edition 3D lenticular cover.
The album's latest single, "We're Still Here", has just been released to radio and a new, second video for the tune will be released very soon; you can view the original performance clip here.
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