Legendary Rock Band Foreigner visits the NYSE to promote newly released three-disc collection and title track Can’t Slow Down . In honor of the occasion, Founding Member, Guitarist and Songwriter Mick Jones and Lead Singer and Songwriter Kelly Hansen ring The Opening BellSM.
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About the CD Collection:
Twelve tracks on the new album are produced by Mick Jones and Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith and Buckcherry), with celebrated Grammy®-winning producer Mark Ronson (Amy Winehouse) contributing the Mick Jones-penned “Fool For You Anyway” entering the Billboard charts at 29*, The title track, CAN’T SLOW DOWN, was written by Mick Jones, Kelly Hansen, and Marti Frederiksen as a tribute to NASCAR in celebration of Foreigner’s appearance at the Samsung 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway earlier this year. NASCAR fans bought so many CDs that day that Foreigner’s 2008 release No End In Sight: The Very Best Of Foreigner was propelled back into the charts giving them two CDs in the Billboard 200 simultenously.
The collection’s second disc contains 10 remixes by Marti Frederiksen and Anthony Focx of some of the band’s most well known songs, including “Feels Like The First Time,” “Cold As Ice,” “Urgent,” “Hot Blooded,” and “I Want To Know What Love Is.” The remixes bring a new energy and sound definition to these classic songs.
The DVD captures the band performing many of its hits live in 5.1 surround sound. The DVD also contains performances filmed during the band’s recently completed European tour. Also featured is a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of CAN’T SLOW DOWN, from writing sessions in New York, Nashville, and Los Angeles to the Walmart shareholders meeting where the exclusive partnership behind this project was finalized. Foreigner is currently touring the USA in support of the new album release.
Foreigner is consistently in the Top 20 at classic rock radio. Foreigner “4” spent more weeks on the Billobard chart at #1 than any labum by AC/DC,, Led Zeppelin, U2, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Genesis, Phil Collins, Eric Clapton and any artist in Atlantic Record’s sixty year history.