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Prog Rock is alright. When it comes to 70’s Rock however, I prefer the "classic" rock like Mississippi Queen, You Ain’t Seen Nuthin’ Yet, Radar Love, Bang A Gong (Get It On), Feel Like Makin Love, More Than A Feeling, etc.

Technically, Boston, the last band you mentioned, are considered prog.

Relevant: Boston – Foreplay/Long Time
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They’re on more of the arena rock side of prog. Kansas is another band that I’d consider both prog and arena rock.

Fun fact about Journey, by the way: Did you know that before they got Steve Perry as their lead singer, they started as prog? And that their two founding members, keyboardist Greg Rollie and guitarist Neal Schon, had both previously been members of Santana?
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I’d also lump Kansas with folk rock alongside Little River Band, but yeah they’re also arena rock.
Well that’s interesting, never been a big fan of Journey though. I’ve always preferred Survivor, they manage to not only be clones of Journey (even down to their frontmen suspiciously sounding and looking the same) but be better than them.
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It is. And I know that they have other hits. I just have yet to hear any of them.

Also, to be fair, artists like Salt N Peppa, Twisted Sister, and Rick Astley are also often called one-hit wonders despite having multiple hits.
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