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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: NTSC
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B005LTM1F2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Well Mick Jones husnae half been milking that Foreigner cash cow over the last few years. What with a new labum, new best of, acoustic CD and DVD and more, he's making up for lost time, and boosting his pension plan at the same time. I mean, fair play to that, but where will it all end?

Nowhere soon seems to be the answer, especially if this US only Walmart exclusive is anything to go by. Because this sort of wraps up everything that has gone before in one package. "Feels Like the First Time" includes two audio discs - CD One: Acoustique: The Classics Unplugged and CD Two: Juke Box Heroes. The first one is the acoustic set you can buy elsewhere, and the latter is the oldies recorded earlier this year by Jones, vocalist Kelly Hansen, bassist Jeff Pilson, multi-instrumentalist Tom Gimbel, keyboardist Michael Bluestein and drummer Mark Schulman.

The unplugged disc is rather splendid, as they amble gently through nine hits, a tribute to Elvis Presley on 'That's All Right', and a rare outing for the never released song, 'The Flame Still Burns' which, and this is one for trivia nights the world over, was was co-written by Mick Jones for 1998 cult rock movie "Still Crazy", where it was performed by Jimmy Nail fromtheightiestelly.

The greatest hits disc is an odd one, even if it good to hear Kelly Hansen breathing new life into old songs, but does anyone really need it? I suspect not. However, it does feature a brand new song, 'Save Me', which was co-written with Mick Jones' step-daughter and well-known Lindsay Lohan bidie in, Samantha Ronson. Who is also, apparently a musician.

That just leaves the third disc, "Live In Chicago", an 80 minute DVD features the band, um, live in Chicago.
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HASH(0x8ff2493c) out of 5 stars Feels Like the First CD 8 Oct. 2011
By Glenn O. Kirms - Published on Amazon.com
I've been listening to Foreigner since 1977 when they came out with their self-titled first album. By the way, to this day, their best all the way around. From the music and to the fantastic harmonies, the group could never top that album. As the years went on, band mates left, the group got smaller and then the lead singer had serious health issues and left the band also. Today, Mick Jones continues the legacy of the band with new members and along with Kelly Hansen, lead vocalist, keep the flame alive. Once again, some fans hate the new band because who could ever replace Lou Gramm. To be honest, no one can as no one can replace Steve Perry or Dennis DeYoung or Peter Gabriel or David Lee Roth or Phil Collins. You get my point. At this point, it is what it is. The first cd I love and basically is what I downloaded. I have the other tunes in their classic form and really wasn't interested in that, but wanted to hear these songs done acoustically and I think Mick and the band have done a fine job here. If you're a Foreigner fan I really can't see anything not to like here, unless you're just prejudiced against a different singer then Lou Gramm. Lou Gramm was the heart of Foreigner as far as the singer, but times change, people change, people move on and Mick, I guess, just wanted to keep playing music. Call it whatever you want as far as the whole release thing with CD 2, but pick up the first cd and I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
25 of 30 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8ff24d44) out of 5 stars Sounds almost like the First Time 13 Sept. 2011
By Michael Kilgore - Published on Amazon.com
Most of the time when a band rerecords one of its hits, the difference is obvious and immediately apparent. But when I listened to the sample here, I was ready to write that this was the original song. Only after listening to the full-length song could I tell for certain that this is just a really good recreation.

The lead vocal is an almost perfect match for the original, and the harmonies sound just the same. The instrumentation is a little different at the 2:10 mark, but most of it is spot on.

Since the 1977 version of this song rose to #4 on Billboard and launched the band into at least five years of top-40 hits, it's safe to say that it's pretty good, in a classic rock way. If you liked the original, you'll like this too.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x928e5c54) out of 5 stars Great music and concert 23 April 2013
By mitchswy - Published on Amazon.com
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Saw Foreigner in concert a few years ago. They are very good musicians. I like the remakes and the DVD concert is definitely a plus.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8ff24f24) out of 5 stars This is fantastic 9 Jun. 2014
By Mark S. Sundermeier - Published on Amazon.com
Why? Because...Kelly Hanson (Sp? who knows not checking it)...is just as good a vocalist as Lou folks. Are you one of those folks who get older and dislike when your favorite "OLD" bands get back together, years later, with another singer or band members...just because? Ok...there have been MANY terrible attempts at these things in the history of Rock-N-Roll...but "Foreigner", just is N O T one of them! Their last studio disc is great and so is this 3 disc compilation. I love the Acoustic disc, re-recorded stuff (even though I usually dislike things of this nature) and especially the DVD. The new Foreigner line-up is honestly just as good (if not better) than the original...there is my two cents. BUY IT!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90d4f1e0) out of 5 stars Unplugged, rerecorded hits, & concert dvd. 13 Oct. 2011
By Gitters - Published on Amazon.com
Foreigner's Feels Like the First Time is a triple disc release containing two audio cds and one dvd. The first cd is Foreigner unplugged playing many of their hits acoustic. CD two contains rerecordings of Foreigner's greatest hits with the current line up. The rerecordings are quite good as the band plays the songs just like the original recordings. Kelly Hansen's vocals sound close to Lou Gramm's voice as well. Like I said the rerecordings are good, but they won't replace the original versions. A concert dvd finishes off the set. As far as I know this concert has not been previously released in the United States. The concert runs about 90 minutes, with all the standards like Double Vision, Cold as Ice, Hot Blooded, Juke Box Hero, etc. Feels Like the First Time is not an essential purchase for Foreigner fans, but when you can pick up two cds & a dvd for under twelve dollars you really have no reason to complain because you don't like one or even two of the items. If you enjoy just one of the three you got your money's worth. I bought this for the dvd. I would have gladly paid a little more for it. If you only want the audio discs buy "Records", "The Very Best and Beyond", "Complete Greatest Hits", or even better the first four albums. If you want a live dvd & consider the rest a bonus, buy this!
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