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Rock band Foreigner was a success from the start. Its debut album stayed in the Top 20 for more than a year and spawned some of the biggest rock hits of 1977, including “Feels Like the First Time” and “Cold As Ice.”

Foreigner followed up its blockbuster debut with the equally-successful “Double Vision” in 1978, which featured the hit title track and the single “Hot Blooded.”

The group continued its streak with their third album, “Head Games,” which featured the singles “Dirty White Boy” and the title song.

Foreigner reached the pinnacle of its popularity in 1981 when the group released “4.” The album was a huge success, featuring smash hits like “Waiting For A Girl Like You,” “Juke Box Hero” and “Urgent.”

With the album “Agent Provocateur,” in 1984, the band scored a No. 1 hit with a softer sound in “I Want To Know What Love Is.”

1987’s “Inside Information” featured “Say You Will,” which was Foreigner’s last Top 10 single. The album also included another successful ballad, “I Don’t Want to Live Without You.”

In 1994, they released “Mr. Moonlight,” which offered the minor hit “Until the End of Time.”

Rhino records re-released “Foreigner,” “Double Vision” “Head Games” and “4” in 2002, adding acoustic versions of “Juke Box Hero” and “Waiting for a Girl Like You.”

While original artist Lou Gramm left the band in 2003, the band marches on to popular tours with co-founder/guitarist Mick Jones, drummer Jason Bonham, singer Kelly Hansen, bassist Jeff Pilson, keyboardist Jeff Jacobs and rhythm guitarist Tom Gimbel.

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