Everyone knows“Don’t Stop Believin’”—in fact, it’s probably playing on a jukebox somewhere at this very moment —but what they probably don’t know is that Journey’s logo was inspired by the Egyptian scarab beetle. Starting with their fourth album, 1978’s Infinity(featuring Steve Perry’s debut with the band, and the classic rock single“Wheel in the Sky”), Journey began to use a version of their now-famous scarab beetle logo.
A variation of the scarab has appeared on many of the band’s albums since then, including some of the band's biggest records, like 1980’s Departure(with the song“Any Way You Want It”) and 1981’s Escape(with“Don’t Stop Believin’”). It also appears prominently, and perhaps most famously, on the band’s Greatest Hits collection, which has sold 20 million copies around the world.
Official Logo: Journey
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