Robert Fleischman was the original frontman of Journey. The man is one helluva singer, and even though he hits those high notes way too often (Vinnie Vincent Invasion anyone?), I feel like if he'd stuck around that Journey wouldn't have wimped out so much, and maybe Greg Rolie would have stayed in the band. Cain definitely helped turn them into a girly band, and I really dig progressive Journey. Fleischman cowrote three tracks on Infinity, Wheel in the Sky, Anytime, and Winds of March, two of those being big hits, proving they didn't need Perry to be commercially successful.
Here's the demo of Wheel in the Sky and Anytime with Fleischman, keep in mind they didn't have a producer in yet to tame his notes. I thought this demo was cool, and I think that because of his cowriting the initial hits for Journey, then man should have been in the Hall of Fame (not that their opinion matters, Deep Purple should have been in the first year they were eligible).