Is ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ totally overplayed by now?

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    Since it became a breakout hit after being featured on [[Glee (TV Series)|Glee]], Journey’s Don’t Stop Believin’ has been everywhere.

    In the UK, the X Factor cleverly got Joe McElderry to sing the song before Glee had even aired in the country, getting in very early before the frenzy about the song kicked off. Then the show debuted in the UK and we went wild for the show choir-inspired take on a dusty old classic rock song.

    Now we’ve even had a show based on the show-choir format called Don’t Stop Believin’. It’s like an entire industry has sprung up around it!

    And, as [[The X Factor 2010]] takes off, we’re seeing more and more wannabes singing the song. Here’s the question – is all this constant play of the song ruining it? Are we getting tired of the Journey classic just as we’ve rediscovered it?

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