A profile on the classic American rockers JOURNEY is being aired on CNN Headline News this weekend (as part of the "News to Me" feature). Watch the six-minute report below.JOURNEY's new two-disc CD, "Revelation", entered the national Top 100 charts in six countries in its debut week of release in Europe. These results mark the band's biggest first-week sales since 1996's "Trial By Fire" and one of Frontiers Records' best overall sales results in the label's 10-year history. In the U.S., JOURNEY's new three-disc CD/DVD package "Revelation" sold more than 104,000 copies in its debut week according to Wal-Mart Stores, marking the band's biggest first week's sales since 1996's "Trial By Fire". Released June 3, "Revelation" is being sold exclusively at Wal-Mart and Sam's Club in North America, Walmart.com and Samsclub.com, and JOURNEY's official website, Journeymusic.com. "Revelation"'s first-week sales mark a 1400% increase over the band's 2005's first-week sales of "Generations". JOURNEY is currently on a massive summer U.S. tour with special guests HEART and CHEAP TRICK.
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