Fans loved these songs over the years

CD Review: Foreigner’s Biggest Hits

Only the best from this iconic band.

Only the best from this iconic band.

Olivia Rubio, Staff writer

Foreigner is a British rock band that was created in 1976 in New York City. A year later they made their first album. Over the years they have released over 18 records. Not only that, but within a couple of years, Foreigner has received an award for “International single of the year”  from the Juno awards. While they have been noted for their work, like most traditional bands, Foreigner often uses the keyboard, guitar, drums, and so on.

On May 7, 2002, the British rock band released Foreigner’s Biggest Hits. 98% of their fans adore this album, but I wasn’t one of them. There are 20 tracks to this project. Starting with Feels Like the First Time and ending with Soul Day, these songs are the group ‘s biggest hits over the years combined into one big playlist.

Some albums, such as good kid, m.A.A.d city by Kendrick Lamar, have story lines but this one did not include one, since it was only a collection of songs from several of their other albums.

My least favorite track was track #8. During my listening, I didn’t feel any emotions at all. To be honest, I wasn’t that into it.

Personally I don’t prefer this type of music but if you’re a fan of rock you should give them a try. The overall rate of this album was 3/10. This definitely  wouldn’t be my first pick and I don’t think I’ll listen to them anytime soon.