Arrival is the eleventh studio album (twelfth overall) by the American rock band Journey, released in the United States in 2001 (a version with one substituted song was released in Japan in 2000). It was the band's first full-length studio album with new lead vocalist Steve Augeri, who replaced the better-known Steve Perry, and with Deen Castronovo, who replaced Steve Smith as the band's drummer.
The album was first released in Japan in late 2000 but, due to its leakage onto the Internet, the band decided to delay its release in the United States. Based on feedback from fans who heard the leaked version of Arrival, the band decided to record two harder rocking songs, which were included on the American version of the album, which now did not retain "I'm Not That Way" from the Japanese release.
Arrival produced a minor adult contemporary hit with the ballad "All the Way", while rock fans were more satisfied with songs like "Higher Place" and the two new tracks on the American release, "World Gone Wild" and "Nothin' Comes Close".