Inside Information - Foreigner

Inside Information


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1987-11-25
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 1987 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. f


Title Artist Time
Heart Turns to Stone Foreigner 4:09 USD 1.29
Can't Wait Foreigner 4:30 USD 1.29
Say You Will Foreigner 4:11 USD 1.29
I Don't Want to Live Without Y Foreigner 3:57 USD 1.29
Counting Every Minute Foreigner 4:12 USD 1.29
Inside Information Foreigner 4:12 USD 1.29
The Beat of My Heart Foreigner 5:12 USD 1.29
Face to Face Foreigner 3:56 USD 1.29
Out of the Blue Foreigner 4:44 USD 1.29
A Night to Remember Foreigner 4:08 USD 1.29


  • Going through the motions

    By Reckia6
    An okay album. Lousy cover, tho. This album has more hard rock songs than it's predecessor and more guitars but there are also more synthesizers. Low points include the title track and the ultra boring ballad I Don't Want To Live Without You, which became a hit, of course. My two favorite songs are Can't Wait, which has a terrific chorus, and the album's closing cut A Night To Remember, one of the heavier songs here. Elsewhere it just sounds like Foreigner going through the motions. I actually loved this album when it first came out and I have some fond memories associated with it, but I don't love it as much now.
  • Itunes wrong-- AGAIN

    By Valerian
    Once again, the true music fan should ingore the snarky Itunes goon review and enjoy the music in this fine album
  • Excellent but underrated album

    By Classicvinylcollector
    I personally think this is a pretty good album but what made this something I would purchase is having the hit singles, say you will, heart turns to stone, can't wait, inside information, once I listen to this album for the first time I personally thought it was an excellent album mainly for the vocals t to former lead singer Lou Gramm Who has basically made foreigner excellent, but my two favorite foreigner albums would be 4, and this album so I do definitely recommend this album
  • Good singles

    By Southern Joe Blow
    I had this album when I was a kid. It was good for 3 songs-Heart Turns to Stone and the two hit singles. Overall a lackluster album probably due in part to the fact that Graham was spreading time and probably material between the solo and group. Still, 3 good songs is better than zero.
  • Love this album!!

    By Sin37890
    This was one of their best! Lou gramm, hit this one out of the park! That voice will live on!!!!!! Thanks Lou!!!!!!
  • Very under rated album

    By Rockman0007
    My last favorite album of theirs
  • Classic - One of their best.

    By Teleguy68
    That first review by RAG is so far from reality. This is one of their very best releases.
  • My favorite

    By Lacheyfan
    This is my ultimate favorite Foreigner album. It brings back so many great memories of the late 80's.
  • Sad to see the end of the classic Lou Gramm era.

    By R.A.G. oldies fan
    An album that sounds a bit melancholy at points isn't entirely a coincidence, considering the tension that had by now built between vocalist Lou Gramm and guitarist Mick Jones. Even though it would be another three years before the enevitable actually happened, the tension and sadness of this album is indicitive of the eminent departure of Lou Gramm. The album's second track, Can't Wait, perhaps sums up the situation within the Foreigner camp at the time of this album's release. The consistency of the record, not surprisingly, also suffers. The problem with the album is, like 1979's Head Games, is that it sounds like nothing more than a group of poorly recycled previous Foreigner songs. Other than about maybe half of the album, it is nothing but bland and repetitive. Still, there are solid tracks such as Heart Turns to Stone ( one of my absolute favorite Foreigner tracks) and Say You Will, both of which are excellent, classic Foreigner. Can't Wait is also a respectible track. I Don't Want to Live Without You, even though it is very beautiful, is basically a recycled combination of I've Been Waiting For a Girl Like You and I Want to Know What Love Is. Inside Information is also a good track, different from what one would expect the group to do. Everything else is worthy of saving your money on, and worthy of the AOR slush pile. Still, more upsetting, is the departure of Lou Gramm, he was such a great singer, and the music Foreigner made with him on board is, in all honesty, the only true Foreigner music that exists, and Mick Jones would have been better off doing what he could to keep Gramm in the group instead of letting his own ego get in the way.