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07.17.2008
No End in Sight: The Very Best of Foreigner IN STORES NOW!
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No End in Sight: The Very Best of Foreigner IN STORES NOW!

The past 30 years has seen Foreigner fill arenas with big crowds and even bigger riffs. A constant fixture on the radio and the charts throughout the ’70s and ’80s, Foreigner has sold more than 70 million albums worldwide. On July 15th, Rhino will release NO END IN SIGHT: THE VERY BEST OF FOREIGNER, a comprehensive hits collection that includes both live and previously unreleased tracks. The band will follow the release of their album with a co-headline summer tour with Bryan Adams beginning in July. The 32-song, two-disc set will be available from Rhino Records at all physical and digital outlets, including www.rhino.com, for a suggested list price of $18.98 for the physical and 11.98 for the digital.

The anthology is a fist-pumping romp through the band’s music (1977-present), from hard rocking early hits (“Cold As Ice,” “Double Vision,” “Hot Blooded” “Feels Like The First Time”) and classic cuts (“I Want To Know What Love Is”, “Dirty White Boy,” “Head Games,” “Urgent”) to later gems. In addition to the parade of hits, the collection is bolstered with a new recording, “Too Late,” and a new acoustic version of “Say You Will,” as well as recent in-concert recordings of “Starrider” and the medley “Juke Box Hero/Whole Lotta Love.”

Disc 1 represents albums that combined, have sold 23 million in four years; self-titled (1977); Double Vision (1978); Head Games (1979) and 4 (1981). The disc includes hits like the band’s first single, “Feels Like The First Time,” and “Juke Box Hero.”

The second disc opens with the band’s brand new track “Too Late,” and includes “I Want To Know What Love Is,” Foreigner’s #1 smash from the group’s 1985 3X platinum album Agent Provocateur. The selections on the second disc also draws from Inside Information (1987), Unusual Heat (1991)

and Mr. Moonlight (1995) and includes favorites such as “I Don’t Want To
Live Without You” and “That Was Yesterday.” Featured as well on Disc 2 are
the new version of “Say You Will” and the live recordings of “Starrider” and “Juke Box Hero/Whole Lotta Love.”


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