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Old 04-13-2014, 01:41 PM
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Foreigner -- London, England -- April 13th, 2014

Venue: Hammersmith Apollo

Europe (19:45 - 20:45)
Riches To Rags
Firebox
Superstitious
Let The Good Times Rock
No Stone Unturned
Carrie
Scream of Anger
Sign of The Times
Cherokee
Rock The Night
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The Final Countdown

Foreigner (21:15 - 22:55)
Double Vision
Head Games
Cold As Ice
Waiting For A Girl Like You
Feels Like The First Time
That Was Yesterday
Dirty White Boy
Starrider
Urgent
Keyboard solo / drum solo
Juke Box Hero
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Long, Long Way From Home
I Want To Know What Love Is
Hot Blooded
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That Foreigner set is awesome. No deep cuts, but if I saw a band like them I think I'd be 100% OK with nothing but greatest hits. Those are all the songs I grew up hearing from them, and they're all hits for a reason.
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As long as there is Long, Long Way From Home any Foreigner set is good in my eyes, but I do think Blue Morning Blue Day would be a better choice than Starrider.
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...Blue Morning Blue Day would be a better choice than Starrider.
Totally agreed.
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They never really change the set.

It does need Blue Morning though.
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First, and probably only time for me seeing them, so hits worked, but they're the kind of band where if I were a proper fan, the same sets all the time would get old quick. Fortunately for them, no one who goes to a Foreigner concert is a proper fan.

It's kind of disheartening seeing Jeff Pilson play Foreigner songs too (even if I did get a pick from him).

Also, Starrider was the best song of the night not played by Europe
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First, and probably only time for me seeing them, so hits worked, but they're the kind of band where if I were a proper fan, the same sets all the time would get old quick. Fortunately for them, no one who goes to a Foreigner concert is a proper fan.

It's kind of disheartening seeing Jeff Pilson play Foreigner songs too (even if I did get a pick from him).

Also, Starrider was the best song of the night not played by Europe
and what was Europe's best song might I ask?
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and what was Europe's best song might I ask?
Well it probably would have been Last Look At Eden if they hadn't cut it (they played a strangely truncated version of The Final Countdown too), so either Superstitious, or on this occasion they particularly nailed Let The Good Times Rock, which surprised me. Worst were No Stone Unturned and Scream of Anger.

For Foreigner, Starrider was awesome as I said, but also Juke Box Hero was particularly good, and Head Games. Worst were Long, Long Way From Home, Feels Like The First Time, and if it weren't for the fantastic saxophone parts, Urgent is a really shitty song.
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Well it probably would have been Last Look At Eden if they hadn't cut it (they played a strangely truncated version of The Final Countdown too), so either Superstitious, or on this occasion they particularly nailed Let The Good Times Rock, which surprised me. Worst were No Stone Unturned and Scream of Anger.

For Foreigner, Starrider was awesome as I said, but also Juke Box Hero was particularly good, and Head Games. Worst were Long, Long Way From Home, Feels Like The First Time, and if it weren't for the fantastic saxophone parts, Urgent is a really shitty song.
Yea I've seen Foreigner and Jukebox Hero was definitely the best they played then, and I look forward to seeing them with Styx. I would assume the same set but that's not a problem for me.
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Long, Long Way From Home is the best Foreigner song.
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