iTunes Festival: London 2010 - Foreigner

iTunes Festival: London 2010

Foreigner

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2010-07-31
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

Tracks

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Reviews

  • Ughhh

    1
    By Crazy chic0104
    They need the original band!!!: ( cuz I used to be a he- uge fan but they ruined this cd BAD!:(
  • Not bad..

    3
    By WillyMcCabe
    Not a bad effort overall, but the vocals on Starrider are hideous. Talk about butchering a good song..
  • Replacement singers!!!!!

    1
    By JeffH.
    Ok!! Here's the thing..You can't take a hall of fame band and replace the lead singer and other members and still use the same name.Just don't work..The true fans who loved this band from the start are no longer there.You can't replace Lou Gramms vocals.His vocals were to powerful to even try!! God Bless Lou Gramm..Same with Journey,,,No replacing Steve Perry!!
  • Foreigner

    5
    By Luvspiders&snakes
    AMAZING as always!!!! The BEST band Ever!!!!
  • Foreigner itunes Festival

    4
    By weasledrummer
    I was never a big Foreigner fan until this lineup, and this ROCKS! Kelly Hanson ( Hurricane)on vocals, and Jeff Pilson (Dokken) on bass, just added my excitement. I saw them live in Pittsburgh, and this captures thier great live show. I was glad they put something from the new CD on here ("When it Comes to Love"), although would have prefered "In Pieces." Only complaint is "Starrider," which not a big fan of, but it's still a great version, with Mick Jones singing lead. Definately a great album, until they release a full live one which should be coming (which hopefu;lly has "In Pieces" or "Can't Slow Down" off the new CD.) Also would have liked to hear "Head Games", which they usually run into right after "Double Vision." Once again, it's a great CD, that captures their live show, which is proven with the crowd sing-along to "I Want to Know What Love Is."