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If you’re a fan of power ballads, then you can finally have an MP3 player Any Way You Want It. That’s provided you welcome Journey’s decked-out portable player with Open Arms.

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The Journey MP3 player

Yes, the 1970’s US rockers are back with their latest hit – a Journey themed MP3 player that owes its design to the band’s Revelation album cover.

The tiny 1GB player comes with 11 new songs pre-installed, in addition to 11 re-recorded classics, including: Who’s Crying Now and Only The Young.

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22 Journey songs come pre-installed

Aging rockers will have to get to grips with the player’s three buttons for mode, play/pause and volume. After which they can crack open the rest of the player’s packaging to reveal the thrown-in headphones and USB cable charger.

The MP3 gadget also functions as a voice recorder should you want to record your own Journey tribute.

Journey fans should head over to Walmart.com, where the player's available for $40 (£20/€25).

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