To celebrate Journey guitarist Neal Schon's 58th birthday today (Feb. 27), we're going to ask for your help to figure out which album from his famous and ultra-successful band stands above the rest.

Of course it's logical to assume both of Journey's early '80s twin blockbusters 'Escape' and 'Frontiers' will rank high on this chart. After all, the former is home to 'Don't Stop Believin',' 'Who's Crying Now' and 'Open Arms,' while the latter features 'Faithfully,' 'Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)' and many more.

However, the band has released a dozen other beloved albums filled with arena-ready anthems on either side of that impressive commercial peak. We're sure there will be votes cast for records of both the pre- and post-Steve Perry era, from as far back as 1975's self-titled debut right up to last year's 'Eclipse.'

So, which Journey album gets your vote?