180-gram double LP on translucent blue and black swirl vinyl
Mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios from the Sony Music Tapes
Pressed at RTI, gatefold jacket plus poster included!
Classic rock superstars Survivor — Frankie Sullivan, Jim Peterik and Co. — joined forces in 1978 in Chicago, and almost immediately after the release of their first couple of singles such as "Poor Man's Son" success would soon follow as they became one of rock and pop radio go to acts for many years to follow.
Thanks to their smash hit No. 1 "Eye Of The Tiger" from Rocky II, Survivor finally hit the top of the charts and began a succession of hit albums and huge chart topping singles making them one of the more legendary rock acts of all time. This hit single was the catalyst which would soon make them a major recording and touring act all over the world.
Blending elements of arena style rock and roll, alongside the powerful lead vocals of Jimi Jamison and Dave Bickler, with Survior founders Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik, the band truly shaped the sound of rock and pop radio for many years with a string of hit records like "I Can't Hold Back" ‘High On You" "Is It Love" and the power ballad anthem "The Search Is Over."