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The Music: Band Releases09.15.02

This is a list of all the official albums that the band has released and it contains album titles, track listings, cover arts, copyright information, record companies, producers, engineers, line ups, notes and more. Making a click on any album or song title or cover art, will bring you to an individual page to that album, which includes credits and lyrics.

"Foreigner"

Foreigner 1. "Feels Like The First Time"
2. "Cold As Ice"
3. "Starrider"
4. "Headknocker"
5. "The Damage Is Done"
6. "Long, Long Way From Home"
7. "Woman Oh Woman"
8. "At War With The World"
9. "Fool For You Anyway"
10. "I Need You"

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by John Sinclair and Gary Lyons in collaboration with Mick Jones and Ian McDonald. Engineered by Gary Lyons. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, lead vocalist Lou Gramm, drummer Dennis Elliott, multi-instrumentalist Ian McDonald, keyboardist Al Greenwood and bassist Ed Gagliardi. Notable appearance: Ian Lloyd on background vocals. First studio album.

"Double Vision"

Double Vision (cover 3) Double Vision (cover 2) Double Vision (cover 1) 1. "Hot Blooded"
2. "Blue Morning, Blue Day"
3. "You're All I Am"
4. "Back Where You Belong"
5. "Love Has Taken Its Toll"
6. "Double Vision"
7. "Tramontane"
8. "I Have Waited So Long"
9. "Lonely Children"
10. "Spellbinder"

© 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by Keith Olsen, Mick Jones and Ian McDonald. Engineered by Keith Olsen and David De Vore. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, lead vocalist Lou Gramm, drummer Dennis Elliott, multi-instrumentalist Ian McDonald, keyboardist Al Greenwood and bassist Ed Gagliardi. Notable appearance: Ian Lloyd on background vocals. Second studio album, exist three different cover arts to it, maybe the record company printed a second and a third production to satisface the demand, everytime with a different cover art.

"Head Games"

Head Games 1. "Dirty White Boy"
2. "Love On The Telephone"
3. "Women"
4. "I'll Get Even With You"
5. "Seventeen"
6. "Head Games"
7. "The Modern Day"
8. "Blinded By Science"
9. "Do What You Like"
10. "Rev On The Red Line"

© 1979   Atlantic   Recording   Corporation   and   WEA International Inc.   Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, Mick Jones and Ian McDonald. Engineered by Geoff Workman. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, lead vocalist Lou Gramm, drummer Dennis Elliott, multi-instrumentalist Ian McDonald, keyboardist Al Greenwood and bassist Rick Wills. Third studio album, Gagliardi was replaced by Wills before the recording of the album.

"4"

4 1. "Night Life"
2. "Juke Box Hero"
3. "Break It Up"
4. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
5. "Luanne"
6. "Urgent"
7. "I'm Gonna Win"
8. "Woman In Black"
9. "Girl On The Moon"
10. "Don't Let Go"

© 1981 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange and Mick Jones. Engineered by Dave Wittman. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, lead vocalist Lou Gramm, drummer Dennis Elliott and bassist Rick Wills. Notable appearances: Tom Dolby on synthesizers, Mark Rivera on saxophone and background vocals, Jr. Walker on saxophone, Hugh McCracken on guitar, Ian Lloyd and Robert John "Mutt" Lange on background vocals. Fourth studio album, Greenwood and McDonald "left" the band one year before the release of the album.

"Records"

Records 1. "Cold As Ice"
2. "Double Vision"
3. "Head Games"
4. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
5. "Feels Like The First Time" (edited)
6. "Urgent" (edited)
7. "Dirty White Boy" (edited)
8. "Juke Box Hero"
9. "Long, Long Way From Home"
10. "Hot Blooded" (live)

© 1982 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Live version of "Hot Blooded" produced by Mick Jones. First studio compilation. This is a radio hits compilation and all songs are single versions except for "Hot Blooded" which is a live version of seven minutes aproximately. In the most of the cases the difference between the single versions and the original album versions is only the length of the track, they fade out shortly, in some other cases parts of the lyrics were removed from the recording, like on "Feels Like The First Time". The tracks evidently different from the album versions are noted here as "edited".

"Agent Provocateur"

Agent Provocateur 1. "Tooth And Nail"
2. "That Was Yesterday"
3. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
4. "Growing Up The Hard Way"
5. "Reaction To Action"
6. "Stranger In My Own House"
7. "A Love In Vain"
8. "Down On Love"
9. "Two Different Worlds"
10. "She's Too Tough"

© 1984 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by Alex Sadkin and Mick Jones. Engineered by Frank Filipetti. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, lead vocalist Lou Gramm, drummer Dennis Elliott and bassist Rick Wills. Notable appearances: Ian Lloyd on background vocals, Mark Rivera on saxophone and background vocals, Tom Bailey on keyboards, Jennifer Holliday and The New Jersey Mass Choir With Donnie Harper on background vocals. Fifth studio album, several instrumental and vocal extended versions of the studio tracks were included as B-sides of the singles of this album. A notable B-side was the instrumental "Street Thunder", which was written by Mick Jones to be the marathon theme of the Olympic Games of 1984 and appeared on the Olympic album and on some single releases of "I Want To Know What Love Is".

"Inside Information"

Inside Information 1. "Heart Turns To Stone"
2. "Can't Wait"
3. "Say You Will"
4. "I Don't Want To Live Without You"
5. "Counting Every Minute"
6. "Inside Information"
7. "The Beat Of My Heart"
8. "Face To Face"
9. "Out Of The Blue"
10. "A Night To Remember"

© 1987 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by Mick Jones. Co-produced, engineered and mixed by Frank Filipetti. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, lead vocalist Lou Gramm, drummer Dennis Elliott and bassist Rick Wills. Notable appearances: Ian Lloyd and Mark Rivera on background vocals, Hugh McCracken on guitar, Tom Bailey on keyboards, and Kevin Jones (Mick's brother) on synclavier. Sixth studio album, the last one recorded by the most remembered line up of the band.

"Unusual Heat"

Unusual Heat 1. "Only Heaven Knows"
2. "Lowdown And Dirty"
3. "I'll Fight For You"
4. "Moment Of Truth"
5. "Mountain Of Love"
6. "Ready For The Rain"
7. "When The Night Comes Down"
8. "Safe In My Heart"
9. "No Hiding Place"
10. "Flesh Wound"
11. "Unusual Heat"

© 1991 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by Terry Thomas and Mick Jones. Engineered by Rafe McKenna and Andrew Scarth. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, drummer Dennis Elliott, bassist Rick Wills and lead vocalist Johnny Edwards. Notable appearances: Ian Lloyd and Mark Rivera on background vocals, and Terry Thomas on keyboards, background vocals and guitar. Seventh studio album, recorded after Gramm left the band, so Edwards leaded vocals and co-wrote several songs. After the Foreigner World Tour of 1991 Elliott left. This album seems to be out of print, but there should be many copies yet in different places around the world.

"The Very Best Of"

The Very Best Of 1. "Feels Like The First Time" (edited)
2. "Cold As Ice"
3. "Starrider"
4. "Hot Blooded"
5. "Blue Morning, Blue Day"
6. "Double Vision"
7. "Dirty White Boy" (edited)
8. "Women"
9. "Head Games"
10. "Juke Box Hero" (edited)
11. "Waiting For A Girl Like You" (edited)
12. "Urgent" (edited)
13. "That Was Yesterday"
14. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
15. "Say You Will"
16. "I Don't Want To Live Without You"

© 1992 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Second studio compilation, it seems like there are two different versions of this greatest hits collection: (1) all songs are single versions except for "Starrider" which was never released as a single, and for "Hot Blooded" which is a live version and was taken from the "Records" album; and (2) all songs are single versions including "Hot Blooded" and excepting "Starrider".   In the most of the cases the difference between the single versions and the original album versions is only the length of the track, they fade out shortly, in some other cases parts of the lyrics were removed from the recording, like on "Feels Like The First Time". The tracks evidently different from the album versions are noted here as "edited". This album was released internationally with the exception of U.S.A., and although it seems to be currently out of print, there should be some copies yet in different places around the world.

"The Very Best And Beyond"

The Very Best And Beyond 1. "Soul Doctor"
2. "Prisoner Of Love"
3. "With Heaven On Our Side"
4. "Juke Box Hero"
5. "Hot Blooded"
6. "Cold As Ice"
7. "Head Games"
8. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
9. "Urgent"
10. "Double Vision"
11. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
12. "Say You Will"
13. "That Was Yesterday"
14. "I Don't Want To Live Without You"
15. "Rev On The Red Line"
16. "Dirty White Boy"
17. "Feels Like The First Time"

© 1992 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. New tracks produced by Duane Baron and John Purdell with Mick Jones and Lou Gramm. Engineered by Duane Baron and John Purdell. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones and lead vocalist Lou Gramm. Notable appearances: Mark Schulman on drums and percussion, John Purdell on keyboards and background vocals, Schuyler Deale on bass guitar, and Sheryl Crow on background vocals. Third studio compilation, this is a greatest hits collection highlighted by three new studio tracks, the first three on the track listing. The song "With Heaven On Our Side" was co-written by former Foreigner lead vocalist Johnny Edwards because it was originally created late in 1991 when Jones, Wills and Edwards had started to work on a new album, process interrupted by the return of Gramm in spring of 1992. This album was released worldwide after "The Very Best Of", not only in U.S.A.

"Classic Hits Live" / "Best Of Live"

Best Of Live Classic Hits Live 1. "Double Vision" (live)
2. "Cold As Ice" (live)
3. "The Damage Is Done" (live)
4. "Women" (live)
5. "Dirty White Boy" (live)
6. "Fool For You Anyway" (live)
7. "Head Games" (live)
8. "Not Fade Away" (live)
9. "Waiting For A Girl Like You" (live)
10. "Juke Box Hero" (live)
11. "Urgent" (live)
12. "Love Maker" (live)
13. "I Want To Know What Love Is" (live)
14. "Feels Like The First Time" (live)

© 1993 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Produced by Bud Prager. Co-produced, engineered and mixed by Frank Filipetti.   First live compilation, this is a live collection of classic hits recorded at different places and different times around the world. Along with the classics of the band, there are two unusual songs: "Not Fade Away" and "Love Maker". "Not Fade Away" was written in 1957 by Charles Hardin (aka Buddy Holly) and Norman Petty, who owned the studio in Clovis, New Mexico where Holly assembled The Crickets, the original song was originally recorded as a B-side of Buddy's #10 hit "Oh Boy". "Love Maker" was written by soul singer Betty Wright ("Clean Up Woman", "Dance With Me"), soul singer Clarence Reid ("Nobody But You Babe", "Funky Party") and co-writer Willie Clarke, Betty Wright recorded this song under the title "Let Me Be Your Love Maker" (#55 in 1973). "The Damage Is Done" was wrongly titled as "Damage Is Done". This album has been re-printed in the late 90's as "Best Of Live".

"Juke Box Hero: Best Of"

Juke Box Hero: Best Of 1. "Feels Like The First Time"
2. "Cold As Ice"
3. "Starrider"
4. "Hot Blooded"
5. "Blue Morning, Blue Day"
6. "Double Vision"
7. "Dirty White Boy"
8. "Women"
9. "Head Games"
10. "Juke Box Hero"
11. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
12. "Urgent"
13. "That Was Yesterday"
14. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
15. "Say You Will"
16. "I Don't Want To Live Without You"

© 1994, 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation, WEA International Inc. and East West Japan. Fourth studio compilation, which includes the same songs of "The Very Best Of" with the difference that all they are album versions. This album was originaly available in Germany (1994) and later in Japan (1996), now it seems to be out of print.

"Mr. Moonlight" (International version)

Mr. Moonlight (International version) 1. "White Lie"
2. "Rain"
3. "Until The End Of Time"
4. "All I Need To Know"
5. "Running The Risk"
6. "Real World"
7. "Big Dog"
8. "Hole In My Soul"
9. "I Keep Hoping"
10. "Under The Gun"
11. "Hand On My Heart"

© 1994 Bertelsmann Music Group. Produced by Mick Jones and Lou Gramm with Mike Stone. Engineered by Mike Stone. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, lead vocalist Lou Gramm, bassist Bruce Turgon, keyboardist Jeff Jacobs and drummer Mark Schulman. Notable appearances: Duane Eddy on guitar, Ian Lloyd on background vocals, and Scott Gilman on saxophone and background vocals. Eighth studio album, this version was distribuited internationally with the exception of Japan, U.S.A. and Canada.

"Mr. Moonlight" (Japanese version)

Mr. Moonlight (Japanese version) 1. "White Lie"
2. "Rain"
3. "Until The End Of Time"
4. "All I Need To Know"
5. "Running The Risk"
6. "Real World"
7. "Big Dog"
8. "Hole In My Soul"
9. "I Keep Hoping"
10. "Under The Gun"
11. "Hand On My Heart"
12. "Crash And Burn"

© 1994   Bertelsmann   Music   Group. Produced by Mick Jones and Lou Gramm with Mike Stone. Engineered by Mike Stone. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, lead vocalist Lou Gramm, bassist Bruce Turgon, keyboardist Jeff Jacobs and drummer Mark Schulman. Notable appearances: Duane Eddy on guitar, Ian Lloyd on background vocals, and Scott Gilman on saxophone and background vocals. Eighth studio album, this is the same as the International version presented above except for the twelveth track, "Crash And Burn" is only available on this album and on this version. This version seems to be out of print.

"Mr. Moonlight" (North American version)

Mr. Moonlight (North American version) 1. "Under The Gun"
2. "Rain"
3. "Until The End Of Time"
4. "White Lie"
5. "Big Dog"
6. "Real World"
7. "All I Need To Know"
8. "Hole In My Soul"
9. "I Keep Hoping"
10. "Running The Risk"
11. "Hand On My Heart"

©   1995   Rhythm   Safary   in   U.S.A.   and   Priority   Records   in   Canada.   © 2000 Valley Entertainment. Produced by Mick Jones and Lou Gramm with Mike Stone. Engineered by Mike Stone. Foreigner: guitarist Mick Jones, lead vocalist Lou Gramm, bassist Bruce Turgon and keyboardist Jeff Jacobs. Notable appearances: Mark Schulman on drums and background vocals, Duane Eddy on guitar, Ian Lloyd on background vocals, and Scott Gilman on saxophone and background vocals. Eighth studio album, this version is the same as the International version presented above except for the order of the track listing. Also, drummer Mark Schulman had left the band early in 1995, before the release of this version, so he was "erased" from the cover art and credited as an additional musician. After years of unavailability, this version was re-printed by Valley Entertainment in 2000.

"I Want To Know What Love Is"

I Want To Know What Love Is 1. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
2. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
3. "I Don't Want To Live Without You"
4. "That Was Yesterday"
5. "Down On Love"
6. "The Damage Is Done"
7. "I'll Fight For You"
8. "Spellbinder"
9. "With Heaven On Our Side"
10. "A Love In Vain"
11. "Safe In My Heart"
12. "Out Of The Blue"
13. "You're All I Am"
14. "I Have Waited So Long"
15. "Just Between You And Me"
16. "If I Don't Have You"
17. "Until I Make You Mine"

© 1998 Atlantic Recording Corporation and WEA International Inc. Fifth studio compilation, the main difference between this and previous collections is the fact that this one includes two songs from the "Unusual Heat" album and three from the Lou Gramm solo project: "Just Between You And Me" was taken from the album "Long Hard Look", while "If I Don't Have You" and "Until I Make You Mine" were taken from "Ready Or Not". This album was originally available only in Holland.

"The Platinum Collection"

The Platinum Collection 1. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
2. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
3. "Urgent"
4. "Say You Will"
5. "Midnight Blue"
6. "Cold As Ice"
7. "Hot Blooded"
8. "I Don't Want To Live Without You"
9. "Just Between You And Me"
10. "Juke Box Hero"
11. "That Was Yesterday"
12. "With Heaven On Our Side"
13. "Dirty White Boy"
14. "Feels Like The First Time"
15. "Break It Up"
16. "Until I Make You Mine"
17. "A Love In Vain"

© 1999 Warner Music Australia Pty Limited. Sixth studio compilation, this Foreigner collection includes songs from the Lou Gramm solo project, "Midnight Blue" and "Until I Make You Mine" were taken from the album "Ready Or Not" while "Just Between You And Me" was taken from "Long Hard Look". Although this album was originally available only in Australia, now it seems to be available in U.S.A. too. Also, it is possible that the albums distribuited in Australia include "I'll Fight For You" as eighteenth track, a song previously released on Foreigner's "Unusual Heat".

"Rough Diamonds #1"

Rough Diamonds #1 1. "Juke Box Hero" (rough acoustic version)
2. "Double Vision" (rough acoustic version)
3. "Waiting For A Girl Like You" (undressed version)
4. "Dirty White Boy" (rough electric version)
5. "Fool For You Anyway" (rough acoustic version)

© 1999 Urgent Productions, Inc. Produced by Mick Jones. Engineered by Dennis Fitzmartin. This is a kind of unplugged EP recorded by Mick Jones and Lou Gramm at Mick's personal studios in N.Y.C., a limited edition autographed CD which was available only at concerts of the Foreigner's U.S.A. Summer Tours of 1999 and 2000, and now for a brief period at The Official Foreigner Web Site and Gift Shop. All songs are acoustic, except for "Waiting For A Girl Like You", which is a keyboard / vocal version, and "Dirty White Boy", which is kind of rough but electric. Mick Jones performs all instruments on all songs, background vocals on "Juke Box Hero" and "Dirty White Boy", and lead vocals on "Fool For You Anyway", while Lou Gramm performs background vocals on that song and lead vocals on the rest.

"Anthology: Jukebox Heroes"

Disc 1
1. "Feels Like The First Time" *
2. "Long, Long Way From Home" *
3. "Cold As Ice"
4. "Headknocker"
5. "Starrider"
6. "At War With The World"
7. "Double Vision"
8. "Blue Morning, Blue Day"
9. "Hot Blooded" *
10. "I Have Waited So Long"
11. "Dirty White Boy"
12. "Head Games"
13. "Women"
14. "Rev On The Red Line"
15. "Break It Up"
16. "Juke Box Hero" *
17. "Luanne" *
18. "Urgent"
19. "Waiting For A Girl Like You" *
20. "All Sewn Up"
21. "The Hoofer"

Anthology: Jukebox Heroes Disc 2
1. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
2. "Down On Love"
3. "Street Thunder"
4. "Reaction To Action" *
5. "That Was Yesterday"
6. "Ready Or Not"
7. "Midnight Blue"
8. "Heart Turns To Stone" *
9. "I Don't Want To Live Without You"*
10. "Say You Will"
11. "Can't Wait"
12. "Just Wanna Hold"
13. "Everything That Comes Around"
14. "Just Between You And Me"
15. "Lowdown And Dirty"
16. "Soul Doctor"
17. "Until The End Of Time"
18. "Under The Gun" *

* edited versions

© 2000 Atlantic Recording Corporation and Rhino Entertainment Company. Compilation produced by Mick Jones, Lou Gramm and David McLees. Engineered by Bill Inglot. Seventh studio compilation, which includes eight notable tracks: two Spooky Tooth songs, "All Sewn Up" from the album "Witness" and "The Hoofer" from "The Mirror"; Foreigner's instrumental "Street Thunder", which was never featured on any other album of the band; three songs taken from the Lou Gramm's solo albums, "Ready Or Not" and "Midnight Blue" from the album "Ready Or Not", and "Just Between You And Me" from "Long Hard Look"; and finally, two songs taken from the Mick Jones' solo album, "Just Wanna Hold" and "Everything That Comes Around". This compilation includes single versions where available, in the most of the cases the difference between the single versions and the original album versions is only the length of the track, they fade out shortly, in some other cases parts of the lyrics were removed from the recording, like on "Feels Like The First Time". The tracks evidently different from the album versions are noted here as "edited". This compilation is available only in U.S.A.

"Foreigner" DVD

1. "Feels Like The First Time"
2. "Cold As Ice"
3. "Starrider"
4. "Headknocker"
5. "The Damage Is Done"
6. "Long, Long Way From Home"
7. "Woman Oh Woman"
8. "At War With The World"
9. "Fool For You Anyway"
10. "I Need You"
11. "Feels Like The First Time" (original demo)
12. "Woman Oh Woman" (original demo)
13. "At War With The World" (original demo)
14. "Take Me To Your Leader" (original demo)

Foreigner DVD










Video Selections
1. "Feels Like The First Time"
2. "Cold As Ice"

© 2001 Atlantic Recording Corporation and Rhino Entertainment Company. First DVD, which features the first studio and self-titled album of the band remixed in six channel surround audio, plus the four-song original demo of Foreigner taken from the Mick Jones' personal library remixed in surround, and the original videos for "Feels Like The First Time" and "Cold As Ice" remixed in Dolby Digital surround audio. Additional features include on-screen track-by-track commentary by Mick and Lou, lyrics, history, discography, photo gallery, and album credits. The song "Take Me To Your Leader" was completely unknown until this release. The Foreigner logo on the cover art presents a shadow not featured on the original cover art of 1977. All visual content and Stereo and Dolby Digital mixes are supposed to be playable on any DVD player, however, this is an Advanced Resolution DVD-Audio and it seems that some options work fine only on Advanced Resolution DVD-Audio players, so before you buy this DVD please visit DVD-Audio Preview: Experience Multi-Channel Surround Sound! to get more information. This DVD is available only in U.S.A.

"4" DVD

4 DVD 1. "Night Life"
2. "Juke Box Hero"
3. "Break It Up"
4. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
5. "Luanne"
6. "Urgent"
7. "I'm Gonna Win"
8. "Woman In Black"
9. "Girl On The Moon"
10. "Don't Let Go"
11. "Juke Box Hero" (nearly unplugged version)
12. "Waiting For A Girl Like You" (nearly unplugged version)

© 2001 Atlantic Recording Corporation and Rhino Entertainment Company. Second DVD, which features the fourth studio album of the band in both 5.1 surround and Dolby Digital (AC-3) remixes, plus the two "4" tracks from the "Rough Diamonds #1" album, "Juke Box Hero" (rough acoustic version) and "Waiting For A Girl Like You" (undressed version), both remixed and remastered in 5.1 surround sound. Additional features include new liner notes with exclusive new Mick Jones and Lou Gramm interview, photo gallery packed with pictures from the "4" tour, and complete lyrics. All visual content and Stereo and Dolby Digital mixes are supposed to be playable on any DVD player, however, this is an Advanced Resolution DVD-Audio and it seems that some options work fine only on Advanced Resolution DVD-Audio players, so before you buy this DVD please visit DVD-Audio Preview: Experience Multi-Channel Surround Sound! to get more information. This DVD is available only in U.S.A.

"Foreigner" Expanded

Foreigner Expanded 1. "Feels Like The First Time"
2. "Cold As Ice"
3. "Starrider"
4. "Headknocker"
5. "The Damage Is Done"
6. "Long, Long Way From Home"
7. "Woman Oh Woman"
8. "At War With The World"
9. "Fool For You Anyway"
10. "I Need You"
11. "Feels Like The First Time" (original demo)
12. "Woman Oh Woman" (original demo)
13. "At War With The World" (original demo)
14. "Take Me To Your Leader" (original demo)

© 2002 Atlantic Recording Corporation and Rhino Entertainment Company. First expanded album, this is the CD version of the "Foreigner" DVD and features the first studio and self-titled album of the band plus the four-song original demo of Foreigner taken from the Mick Jones' personal library. Additional features include new liner notes with quotes from Mick Jones and Lou Gramm, same as those on the DVD version. The Foreigner logo on the cover art presents a shadow not featured on the original cover art of 1977. This CD is available only in U.S.A.

"4" Expanded

4 Expanded 1. "Night Life"
2. "Juke Box Hero"
3. "Break It Up"
4. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
5. "Luanne"
6. "Urgent"
7. "I'm Gonna Win"
8. "Woman In Black"
9. "Girl On The Moon"
10. "Don't Let Go"
11. "Juke Box Hero" (nearly unplugged version)
12. "Waiting For A Girl Like You" (nearly unplugged version)

© 2002 Atlantic Recording Corporation and Rhino Entertainment Company. Second expanded album, this is the CD version of the "4" DVD and features the fourth studio album of the band plus the two "4" tracks from the "Rough Diamonds #1" album, "Juke Box Hero" (rough acoustic version) and "Waiting For A Girl Like You" (undressed version). Additional features include new liner notes with quotes from Mick Jones and Lou Gramm, same as those on the DVD version. This CD is available only in U.S.A.

"Complete Greatest Hits"

Complete Greatest Hits 1. "Feels Like The First Time"
2. "Cold As Ice"
3. "Long, Long Way From Home"
4. "Headknocker"
5. "Hot Blooded"
6. "Double Vision"
7. "Blue Morning, Blue Day"
8. "Dirty White Boy"
9. "Head Games"
10. "Women"
11. "Girl On The Moon"
12. "Urgent"
13. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
14. "Juke Box Hero"
15. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
16. "That Was Yesterday"
17. "Heart Turns To Stone"
18. "I Don't Want To Live Without You"
19. "Say You Will"
20. "Soul Doctor"

© 2002 Atlantic Recording Corporation and Rhino Entertainment Company. Eighth studio compilation. Co-produced by Lou Gramm and Mick Jones. This collection was released only in U.S.A. and Canada.

"The Definitive"

The Definitive 1. "Cold As Ice"
2. "Waiting For A Girl Like You"
3. "I Want To Know What Love Is"
4. "That Was Yesterday"
5. "Urgent"
6. "Say You Will"
7. "Double Vision"
8. "Blue Morning, Blue Day"
9. "Heart Turns To Stone"
10. "Feels Like The First Time"
11. "Long, Long Way From Home"
12. "I Don't Want To Live Without You"
13. "Starrider"
14. "White Lie"
15. "Break It Up"
16. "Hot Blooded"
17. "Dirty White Boy"
18. "Down On Love"
19. "Juke Box Hero"
20. "Urgent" (live)

© 2002 Warner Music and WEA International Inc. Ninth studio compilation. Co-produced by Lou Gramm and Mick Jones. This is the "international version" of the "Complete Greatest Hits" collection although the track listing is different. "The Definitive" includes a version of "Urgent" noted as "Live at the BBC".

"Double Vision" Expanded

Double Vision Expanded 1. "Hot Blooded"
2. "Blue Morning, Blue Day"
3. "You're All I Am"
4. "Back Where You Belong"
5. "Love Has Taken Its Toll"
6. "Double Vision"
7. "Tramontane"
8. "I Have Waited So Long"
9. "Lonely Children"
10. "Spellbinder"
11. "Hot Blooded" (live)
12. "Love Maker" (live)

© 2002 Atlantic Recording Corporation and Rhino Entertainment Company. Third expanded album, a reissue of the second Foreigner studio album plus live versions of the songs "Hot Blooded", previously released on "Records", and "Love Maker", previously released on "Classic Hits Live" / "Best Of Live". This CD is available only in U.S.A.

"Head Games" Expanded

Head Games Expanded 1. "Dirty White Boy"
2. "Love On The Telephone"
3. "Women"
4. "I'll Get Even With You"
5. "Seventeen"
6. "Head Games"
7. "The Modern Day"
8. "Blinded By Science"
9. "Do What You Like"
10. "Rev On The Red Line"
11. "Zalia"

© 2002 Atlantic Recording Corporation and Rhino Entertainment Company. Fourth expanded album, a reissue of the third Foreigner studio album plus the previously unreleased song "Zalia", which was created in 1979 by Ian McDonald and Lou Gramm, and recorded during the "Head Games" recording sessions. This CD is available only in U.S.A.

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