Mick Jones, Jeff Pilson, Doug Aldrich: Valentines day - I Want To Know What Love Is – The Ballads

Just in time for Valentine’s Day earMUSIC releases "I Want To Know What Love Is – The Ballads", 14 tracks previously never released on one album of  FOREIGNER's  best and most timeless ballads. Embracing over thirty years of award-winning creativity, "I Want To Know What Love Is – The Ballads" will be released in the UK on Monday February 3rd in two different editions: as a standard jewel case, and as a 2CD Special Edition-digipak.

Featuring "I Want To Know What Love Is" originally released on 1984’s multi platinum album Agent Provocateur, the forthcoming album also includes thirteen songs including classic hits such as "Waiting For A Girl Like You","Long, Long Way From Home" from 1977’s self-titled debut album, as well as some modern masterpieces of their most recent albums Can’t Slow Down from 2010 and Acoustique from 2011, all of which are state-of-the-art new recordings featuring FOREIGNER lead singer Kelly Hansen.

The Special Edition release is a must-have for all the die-hard FOREIGNER fans. Produced by noted Foreigner bass guitarist, Jeff Pilson, in December 2013, the bonus disc contains previously unreleased performances of all the hits and fan favourites, recorded from an acoustic show for the German radio station SWR1 in July 2013.

The album precedes FOREIGNER’S April 2014 UK Tour with special guests EUROPE and FM, which kicks off Thursday April 3rd at Manchester o2 Apollo, followed by dates in NewcastleGlasgowNottinghamSheffieldPortsmouth,Bristol, London and Wolverhampton.  Tickets can be booked from Live Nation and Ticketmaster.  FOREIGNER will also play two Irish dates with special guests FM at Dublin Olympia (March 31) and Belfast Waterfront Hall Auditorium (April 1).

For further info, album artwork and hi res photos http://www.noblepr.co.uk/Press_Releases/foreigner/theballads.htm .  For details for further info about FOREIGNER’S April 2014 UK tour dates. http://www.noblepr.co.uk/Press_Releases/foreigner/tour.htm