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5.0 out of 5 stars This is nothing short of a 'masterpiece'
This album is real quality. Foreigner, with all their classic older hits like 'I want to know what love is', 'Urgent' , 'Cold As Ice' , 'Double Vision' , 'Head Games' , et al really had a lot to live up to when they released this album. And wow. They practically surpass all their previous material with this belter! Every track is a gem, the musicianship is flawless and...
Published on 14 Dec 2000 by adrian@netdevils.net

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3.0 out of 5 stars Forgotten gem
The BMG/ Arista album. The Lou and Mick "let's be friends again" Foreigner - lite. Mick Jones and Lou Gramm plus some session guys who can play a bit. No real standout tunes but solid and workmanlike. Lou Gramm just doesn't sound that interested in the songs, and the others might as well be a pick up band, as there is no passion in any of the performances on show here...
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is nothing short of a 'masterpiece', 14 Dec 2000
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adrian@netdevils.net (Bedfordshire, England) - See all my reviews
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This album is real quality. Foreigner, with all their classic older hits like 'I want to know what love is', 'Urgent' , 'Cold As Ice' , 'Double Vision' , 'Head Games' , et al really had a lot to live up to when they released this album. And wow. They practically surpass all their previous material with this belter! Every track is a gem, the musicianship is flawless and the material is simply breathtaking. It opens with the fabulous 'White Lie' past the excellent 'Rain' onto one of the best tracks they have ever written 'Until The End Of Time'. The quality does not stop coming until you reach the end - and the album is wrapped up with the sublime melancholy rock ballad 'Keep Your Hand On My Heart'. This album my friends, is a masterpiece!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars very good return to form., 8 July 2012
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Michael Dobey (colorado springs) - See all my reviews
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arena rock was always a term that was not understood. All it meant was that your band was good enough to actually sell out arenas. Where most alt rock never could. few of them had that power. This was a great return to form here from this band. the songs are good with many wonderful rock ballads like 'rain' and some rockers. It's not as powerful a disc as their 1978-84 heyday period , but it's still a very good cd. They toured for the next few years with lou gramm at their head and this was quite a success as well. Lou then left and they never followed this one up with this lineup. They did make a new cd in 2010 finally though without gramm. this one should appeal to those who like bands which make great tunes and have lots of playing skills.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than I thought, 7 May 2013
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Essentially bought this CD a Duane Eddy played guitar on one track. I liked a lot of Foreigners songs, but hadn't before heard this album and its pretty good. So, a bonus.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Forgotten gem, 12 Jan 2011
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The BMG/ Arista album. The Lou and Mick "let's be friends again" Foreigner - lite. Mick Jones and Lou Gramm plus some session guys who can play a bit. No real standout tunes but solid and workmanlike. Lou Gramm just doesn't sound that interested in the songs, and the others might as well be a pick up band, as there is no passion in any of the performances on show here. This is not a bad album, it's just not up there with the earlier career highlights, and is definitely a band that should have let sleeping dogs lie. Not the best point to end on I feel, as melodic rock was taking a beating back then (1994), but at least they didn't try to reinvent themselves as a melodic thrash metal band.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 14 Dec 2014
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Great!
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