Even if you can't imagine why anyone would listen to Journey, No Escape proves to be an interesting release because the bands represented give the bloated prog rock the indie treatment. Ohms' "Anytime" is a strange bit of atmosphere and psychedelics, Houston takes "Send Her My Love" and turns it into a fuzzed-out slab of psych-goth, and Wafflehouse*'s version of "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)" sounds a lot like Cave-In. Far from essential listening, but certainly a curiosity.
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AllMusic Review by Charles Spano