No End In Sight: The Very Best of Foreigner (Remastered) - Foreigner
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Reviews

  • Awesome

    5
    5 / 5
    By Yo Kai Dude
    I Saw It On YouTube And It’s Amazing
  • Wewww is a way www

    5
    5 / 5
    By jt viks
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  • best ever

    5
    5 / 5
    By 812 vbdehffvghjky
    great job
  • Foreigner

    5
    5 / 5
    By VanVleck
    We love it
  • The Original Foreigner Is Great!

    5
    5 / 5
    By Kirsten Noel Vaccaro
    The Original Foreigner Is Great! Mick Jones And Lou Gramm Are The Best Songwriters Behind The Beatles! These Songs Are Great!
  • Can't go wrong.

    5
    5 / 5
    By PopCountryBlows
    Always a good classic.
  • Lou Grammatico!

    4
    4 / 5
    By The 77th Doctor
    Rochester, NY’s own Juke Box Hero!
  • Good compilation album but would have liked to see some of the early album tracks

    4
    4 / 5
    By Darian80
    I thought this was a good compilation album but I would have preferred to see some of their earlier tracks like "Love Has Taken Its Toll", "Tramontane", "Rev On The Red Line" and "Love On The Telephone", Disc 1 could have easily fit those 4 additional songs on that album.
  • Remastered version

    5
    5 / 5
    By RJ95726
    Awesome!!! It truly feels like the first time, only way better.
  • LP versions instead of single versions

    5
    5 / 5
    By original recman
    This 5-star review is a "buyer beware" review based on the quality of the release, not the music or the presence/omission of certain songs. What IS here is the original LP version of each track, not the 45 version - this is an important point versus the other greatest hits releases by the band. Also note that the present version of their debut contains the 45 mixes and not the LP versions which are found here. The mastering job on the tracks here surpasses the mastering of those tracks on the other releases. As a point of personal preference, I prefer the LP version of each track except perhaps "Cold As Ice" which I lean toward the single version.