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On its own merits, Mick Jones's 1989 solo album is a completely decent, yet completely forgettable rock & roll album. There are hints of Foreigner (naturally), but I'm reminded more of those later Bad Company albums just prior to Brian Howe's arrival. It's slightly bluesy, and probably more authentically rock & roll, but without the sense of polish and style that someone like Lou Gramm brings to the table, it's just going to go unnoticed, especially in an era where AOR was such a dominant force. Foreigner was huge in the 80's, after all.
Ultimately this album is only going to appeal to the most die-hard Foreigner fan. Again, it's a perfectly decent album, but it just doesn't hold up to his work with Foreigner or Lou Gramm's solo material. There's definitely nothing here on par with Midnight Blue.
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I bought this album (vinyl) shortly after it came out. I taped it and put it away. I don't think I listened to it more than a few times. Read morePublished on January 26, 2008 by Daniel May
Sounds like it was written and recorded in one week. Highly forgetable..Go buy Lou Gramm's Ready or Not or Shaddow Kings CD's instead. You'll be glad you did...Published on January 18, 2008 by Cest bone
An excellent album and a rare opportunity to hear the vocals of the Foreigner leader Mick Jones. The style is very much like traditional Foreigner material - a combination of hard... Read morePublished on January 11, 2004 by Michael Hillman