Download links and information about Head Games by Foreigner. This album was released in 1979 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 40:39 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop|
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|1.||Dirty White Boy||3:38|
|2.||Love On the Telephone||3:17|
|4.||I'll Get Even With You||3:39|
|7.||The Modern Day||3:26|
|8.||Blinded By Science||4:55|
|9.||Do What You Like||3:58|
|10.||Rev On the Red Line||3:36|
It’s obvious that Foreigner's two leaders—English guitarist Mick Jones and American vocalist Lou Gramm—shared a love of British Invasion rock ’n’ roll. That was the platform upon which they built a big, American-aggressive FM-radio sound that sold millions of hard rock albums. By this 1979 studio set (their third), Foreigner had honed their monster-riff rock into a kind of high art. Tunes such as “Dirty White Boy” (the album’s biggest hit), the title track, “Women," and “Seventeen” are unmistakably Foreigner. Jones’ simple yet relentless riffing and Gramm’s barrel-chested vocal attack simply dominate your head like they did the airwaves. Yet there are many surprises, such as the Pink Floyd–ish “Blinded by Science,” the pure keyboard-guitar pop of “Modern Day,” and the bouncy “Do What You Like,” which adds some blue-eyed soul into the pop. Roy Thomas Baker coproduced the album, and you can hear stylish bits of his work with The Cars and Queen.