With the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus

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27th April 2018
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Foreigner is one the most influential and best selling AOR/Hard Rock ever! So many up and coming hard rock bands have over the years stated them as one of their main influences, and with good reason because albums like “4” and “Agent Provocateur” are rightfully considered as cornerstones in modern hard rock.

Their latest studio album, “Can’t Slow Down”, dates back to 2009, and since then we have been blessed with numerous live albums, compilations and so on… and now it’s time for… well another live album!

Only difference is – they have a Symphony Orchestra joining them on stage, adding a new and fresh dimension to the songs. But do we really need another live album featuring all of the classic Foreigner songs we love and have heard in various versions since their latest studio album…?

Isolated speaking it’s a fine and interesting release (CD+DVD), but I for one would much rather have a new studio album than live album number seven!

But you be the judge – do you need another live album from Foreigner? If so then you will get the full treatment and all you could wish for from them.


01. Overture (3:33)
02. Blue Morning, Blue Day (3:22)
03. Cold as Ice (5:52)
04. Waiting for a Girl Like You (5:40)
05. Say You Will (4:20)
06. When It Comes to Love (5:51)
07. That Was Yesterday (5:37)
08. Feels Like the First Time (5:19)
09. Starrider (5:21)
10. Double Vision (4:47)
11. Fool for You Anyway (4:36)
12. Urgent (7:58)
13. Juke Box Hero (11:05)
14. I Want to Know What Love Is (6:26)

Playing Time: 79:57

Kelly Hansen - Vocals
Mick Jones - Guitars
Tom Gimbel - Guitars, Sax
Bruce Watson - Guitars
Jeff Pilson - Bass
Chris Frazier - Drums
Michael Bluestein - Keyboards

Kenn Jensen
About Kenn Jensen 434 Articles
When I kicked this site off back in 2003, I had no idea that it would turn into what it has become. I am very proud of what we've done and achieved over the years. Musically I have a soft spot for 80s inspired hard rock, but my favourite music and bands are all to be found in the progressive universe these days.

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