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Foreigner Records Two New Songs For New Compilation

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on April 5, 2017

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Foreigner has a brand new career compilation ready to celebrate their 40th anniversary.

Forty Hits From Forty Years (1977 – 2017) includes remastered versions of 38 of Foreigner’s best-known songs along with two newly recorded cuts, I Don’t Want To Live Without You and Give My Life For Love. In addition, there is the first-ever CD release of the song The Flame Still Burns which was included on a vinyl only EP last year. The new set will be out on May 19 via Rhino.

A 23-track double album version of the album will be released on the same date.

The album is sequenced in chronological order and includes almost all of the band’s Hot 100 hits although Break It Up appears here in a live version, Say You Will in an alternate version from the Acoustique album and I Don’t Want to Live Without You in a newly recorded take. The only missing charted hit is Until the End of Time (1994 / #42) from the album Mr. Moonlight.

The track list:

Double-CD

Disc One
From Foreigner (1977)
Feels Like The First Time (Radio Edit)
Starrider
Cold As Ice
Long, Long Way From Home
Headknocker

From Double Vision (1978)
Hot Blooded (Radio Edit)
Double Vision (Radio Edit)
Blue Morning, Blue Day

From Head Games (1979)
Dirty White Boy (Radio Edit)
Head Games
Women

From 4 (1981)
Urgent (Radio Edit)
Juke Box Hero
Waiting For A Girl Like You
Night Life
Luanne

From Agent Provocateur (1984)
I Want To Know What Love Is
That Was Yesterday
Tooth And Nail
Reaction To Action (Radio Edit)
Down On Love

Disc Two
From Inside Information (1987)
Heart Turns To Stone
Can’t Wait
From Unusual Heat (1991)
Lowdown And Dirty

From The Very Best…and Beyond (1992)
Soul Doctor
From Mr. Moonlight (1994)
White Lie
Rain
All I Need To Know

From Can’t Slow Down (2009)
Too Late
When It Comes To Love
Can’t Slow Down
In Pieces
Fool For You Anyway

From Acoustique (2011)
Say You Will
Save Me
Miscellaneous
Girl On The Moon (Live)
Break It Up (Live)
I Don’t Want To Live Without You (New Recording)
Give My Life For Love (New Recording)
The Flame Still Burns (First time on CD)

Double Vinyl LP
Side 1
Feels Like The First Time
Cold As Ice
Hot Blooded
Double Vision
Dirty White Boy
Head Games

Side 2
Urgent
Juke Box Hero
Luanne
Waiting For A Girl Like You
I Want To Know What Love Is
That Was Yesterday

Side 3
Heart Turns To Stone
Can’t Wait
Soul Doctor
Rain
Starrider

Side 4
When It Comes To Love
Can’t Slow Down
Too Late
Say You Will
I Don’t Want To Live Without You
The Flame Still Burns

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