Friday 6/18/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Foreigner (1977) Twitter: @ForeignerMusic

Foreigner is the self-titled debut studio album by the British-American rock band Foreigner, released March 8, 1977. It spun off three hit singles, “Feels Like the First Time”, “Cold as Ice” and “Long, Long Way from Home”. It also features album tracks such as “Headknocker” and “Starrider”, the latter of which features a rare lead vocal from lead guitarist and co-founder Mick Jones. The first attempt at mixing the album was done at Sarm Studios, London, but as they were dissatisfied with the result, the album was re-mixed at Atlantic Recording Studios by Mick Jones, Ian McDonald and Jimmy Douglass.

“Feels Like the First Time” – 3:49
“Cold as Ice” – 3:19
“Starrider” – 4:01
“Headknocker” – 2:58
“The Damage Is Done” – 4:15
Long, Long Way from Home” – 2:53
“Woman Oh Woman” – 3:49
“At War with the World” – 4:18
“Fool for You Anyway” – 4:15
“I Need You” – 5:09

Lou Gramm – lead vocals, percussion
Mick Jones – lead guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals (3, 7), keyboards
Ian McDonald – guitar, backing vocals, saxophone, keyboards, flute
Al Greenwood – keyboards, synthesizer
Ed Gagliardi – bass guitar, backing vocals
Dennis Elliott – drums, backing vocals
Ian Lloyd – backing vocals