Captured (Journey album)

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Captured is the title of Journey's first live album. Recorded during their Departure tour, it was released in February 1981 on the Columbia Records label. The album went on to sell two million copies, reaching #9 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

The song "Dixie Highway", had not previously been recorded on a Journey album. Closing the album is the lone studio track, "The Party's Over (Hopelessly in Love)".

In the liner notes, the album is dedicated to AC/DC Lead Singer Bon Scott who died in February 1980. Scott is referred to as "a friend from the highway", most likely referencing AC/DC's 1979 album "Highway to Hell".

This was the last album for founder Gregg Rolie.

Track listing

This album was recorded during the bands "Departure" tour in 1980. Tracks 1-4 were taken from a performance recorded at The Forum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on August 8th, 1980. Tracks 5 & 6 were from a Tokyo, Japan performance at the end of the tour in October and Tracks 7 - 16 came from two shows at Cobo Hall in Detroit, Michigan on August 4 & 5th 1980.

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