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"I Want to Know What Love Is" is one of the Foreigner songs I remember hearing on David's iPod. I can't wait to see the video! Hey iTunes, can you bring in the video for "I Want to Know What Love Is" for us?
A Trainwreck dont do Cocaine
Lou Gramm And Mick Jones Have stated In Behind the music this is when they became addicts
Other then I wanna Know what Love is which killed their career and down on love everything is mediocre
Classic songs my dad played in the house and car as I was growing up.
Tooth and Nail
Oh the memories! Scrunchies and mile high bangs!
They might have still had the great Lou Gramm but these are mostly bad songs
Decent. Different from some of their others.
By R.A.G. oldies fan
Truly, folowing up an album like 4 is virtually impossible, and Foreigner's fifth studio album proves this point. Although the quality tracks still show up on parts of the album, the tracks just aren't classics from start to finish. In spite of the less consistent nature of this album as compared to 4, the overall quality of this album is still satisfactory, just not exceptional, and several of the tracks are either Foreigner staples ( That Was Yesterday and I Want to Know What Love Is) or underrated album tracks ( Growing Up the Hard Way, Reaction to Action, Two Different Worlds and Down on Love ). The fillers are just the beginning of the obvious, that Foreigner's glory days were starting to fade away.
when this album came out in 84 lou gramm was the singer in the 80's he had the best rock voice and still does