Wednesday, September 23, 2009

What time of day and at what volume is it socially acceptable to play Journey?

12 comments:

Ken S said...

Whenever O'clock and at ELEVEN

Erin Wallace said...

I was going to say the only improper time would be at a funeral, but.....

Christening, bat mitzvah, bris, wedding - Journey is appropriate for all the sacraments.

David said...

that would be a never...

Christine said...

That is really funny that you ask this b/c they were just played Oh Sherry while I was getting my coffee and it's only 8:55 am!

Andrew said...

Gee, I wonder who came up with this question.

I would play Journey only with the straights when Beenu is drunk, so like 8 pm ... every day. (Because, well, Beenu is usually drunk every day at 8 pm.)

John said...

With over 100,000 fellow Michiganders during a football Saturday.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qqkO81GT8w

K8 said...

i was i had my journey in my life and less cranky, bougey association members that are joyless and missing the point of life.

oh what? journey is best loud all day. just like everyone that listened to it growing up in their IROC's wearing italian horns.

Rob said...

i agree with David

never

beenu said...

it totally depends on your surroundings. Don't Stop Believin' should not be played at bars or parties or any situation where alcohol is being served prior to midnight. all other journey songs are acceptable on adult contemporary stations at a low volume. oh, and lights is an awesome song to play at the end of the evening.

Scottie said...

Big fan of the Journey on road trips, but only if you come across it on the radio. Any other time, it's kinda hit or miss, depending on the song, the environment and the level of inebriation.

Leslie said...

I think Journey is acceptable at a loud volume anytime a sing-along is acceptable.

Cate said...

i can't answer this question because all i want to do is listen to the cure all day.