The journey album cover is where the art really begins.
If you’ve seen the art on a Journey album cover, you know that’s a pretty good indicator that the album will be a good choice for fans of the band.
The covers on Journey albums have always been unique, and their covers on album covers have always made a statement.
In fact, Journey is known for their covers.
And, while the covers on most Journey albums are fairly standard, they are rarely the same.
So, what are some of the best covers that have come out over the years?
And if you’ve never seen Journey albums before, here’s a list of the five best Journey covers to look out for.
The Great Divide: In 1999, Journey took a bold move by making a cover of The Great Wall.
The cover featured a white man on the wall and a woman in the foreground.
The art for the cover featured images of the wall from around the world.
The wall was created by the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, who is credited with inventing the concept of abstract art.
He also created some of history’s most iconic buildings, including the Eiffel Tower.
The woman in front of the man in the white shirt was a young woman named Mausoleum, who became the most famous female figure in Chinese history.
The Tower of Babel: A few years after The Great Tower of Burden, Journey released a cover with a man sitting on a high mountain.
The artwork for the man and the woman on the mountain was based on a drawing by the painter Hans Christian Andersen.
Andersen drew this man sitting atop the mountain to represent the great white tower, which was built on top of the earth in 1879.
Andersen’s masterpiece The Hanging Gardens was a masterpiece of classical architecture and inspired many artists to try to recreate it.
In recent years, Journey has reworked the painting for a more modern look.
The Wretched of the Earth: A cover for the 1998 album The Wretch of the World by Journey features a man standing on the ocean floor with his back to the camera.
The artist on the cover was George Seurat, who was a French painter who died in 1904.
Seurat’s famous painting The Wasp of the Sea was an underwater scene that was one of the first images to be shown underwater in a museum, as well as one of only four to have ever been shown on film.
A Dreamer in a Dream Land: In 2003, Journey reworked a cover for A Dream of a Golden Age for the album.
The original artwork for this cover was created in 1999, and the new artwork, by Journey’s graphic designer, was released in 2006.
The new artwork features a beautiful girl, who’s sitting on top a golden statue.
The Book of the Dead: A Journey cover featuring a boy standing in front a statue of a man holding a book, was created to honor the 10th anniversary of the publication of The Book and was the first Journey cover that featured a child.
The boy in the illustration is a boy named Michael.
Michael was a character from Journey’s popular book series The Dreamers.
The story behind the book is that a young boy named Will discovers a secret book, The Book Of The Dead, and sets out to find it and uncover the identity of its author.
The book was a collection of stories written by an unknown man, who wrote to his daughter, who in turn, gave it to Will.
After a failed attempt to get the book, Will goes to an orphanage in France, where he discovers a magical book that is full of magic, and that will make him immortal.
The first issue of the book contains the name of the boy named James, and is named The Book.