Journey is the third and last album from Kingdom Come, and was a milestone in music as it was the first album to ever feature a Drum Machine as its principal musician this pre dates bands like The Sisters Of Mercy by almost 10 years. The machine in question was the Bentley Rhythm Ace, that was re named Ace Bentley a device that you would normally see sat on top of a home organ.

Journey was recorded at Rockfield Studios in south Wales in late 1972 and was initially produced by Dennis Taylor and re mixed by Dave Edmunds.

The UK Cat no Polydor 2310 254 and was re issued in 1976 in Germany on the budget Star Power label with the Cat no 128.302 (25 115-7 B).

There is also a red vinyl edition that was released in the early 2000s this is not an official release and has the cat no TRC 008

The track listing is

Time Captives
Superficial Roadblocks
a) Lost Time
b) Superficial Roadblocks
c) Corpora Supercelestia
Spirit Of Joy
Come Alive

The album was first re issued in 1993 on CD by voiceprint, and there was also a fake version of this CD released in the Czech Republic and finally in 2003 Sanctuary records re released the album re mastered with a bunch of extra tracks these being.

Spirit of Joy (Alt Take)
Time Captives (Alt Take)
Conception (Alt Take)
Come Alive (Alt Take)
Slow Rock (BBC Session)
Spirit of Joy (BBC Session)

UK Edition

UK white label test pressing

Back Cover autographed by Arthur owned & kindly scanned by Craig Mitchell

Star Power re issue

The Americal version released on Motown

TRC fake red vinyl

Rear of sleeve

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