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Mr. Moonlight

Foreigner

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Album Review

Foreigner extracts the same recipe of old from the cryogenics lab, punctuated by that oh-so-'80s studio keyboard sound. Never mind the juvenile grunts and sighs punctuating the truly excruciating "Big Dog." Pull up for a helping of freeze-dried power ballads before playing spot-the-cliché with the likes of "All I Need to Know," "I Keep Hoping," "Hand on My Heart," and "Until the End of Time" (the group partially redeeming itself on this last track with the hiring of Duane Eddy for some tastefully moody guitar). To be fair, Lou Gramm is still in relatively fine, grainy voice, which only serves to render this whole simulation exercise more scary.

Customer Reviews

This is an excellent album that doesn't get its proper dues.

Granted, this album is a little different than the earlier Foreigner works, but don't count it out! There are many great songs on this album that are complex in music and have powerful lyrics. I bought this when it was first released back in 1995 and it has been a favorite of mine ever sense. Rain, Real World, All I Need to Know, Hand on My Heart, all are fantastic songs; a little slow, but great with a classic rock sound. The only one that kind of sticks out is Big Dog, which is a little cheesy and, frankly, not very good IMHO. If you are looking for some good untapped rock, take a look at this one (even iTunes overlooks this one).

Foreigner still Top

I bought this CD 1995. Not all the Song a good to listen but there 5 Songs on this CD they are worth to buy. 1. Rain - excellent Ballade 2. Until the End of Time - the Best Song on this Album a Dream Ballade 3.White Lie - Good Tune you will like it 4. I Keep Hoping - This Song is a genial Ballade too 5. Running the Risk - A typical Foreigner Song - Very Good These are my Favs

Hey, iTune-ers!!

This album doesn't get the recognition it deserves. It's got some pretty good stuff on it...Listen, uninformed grasshoppers, and you shall hear.<--- (( Went a little Confucious on you guys))

Biography

Formed: 1976 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

While quite a few arena rock acts of the '70s found the transformation into the '80s quite difficult, several acts continued to flourish and enjoyed some of their biggest commercial success: Journey, Styx, REO Speedwagon, and especially Foreigner. Foreigner's leader from the beginning has been British guitarist Mick Jones, who first broke into the music biz as a "hired gun" of sorts, appearing on recordings by George Harrison and Peter Frampton, and as part of a later-day version of hard rockers...
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