Foreigner emerged on the rock scene in 1977 and released the stunning self titled “Foreigner” album which was followed by “Double Vision”, “Head Games”, “Foreigner 4″ and a string of other great albums. Foreigner was one of the great arena rock bands to come out of the seventies when concerts were affordable and packed with fans who appreciated good old rock n’ roll. This Foreigner cd entitled “Complete Greatest Hits” should have been called “Almost Complete Greatest Hits” because there are a number of songs missing that should have been on this collection. Sure the big hits are here such as “Feels Like The First Time”, “Cold As Ice”, “Hot Blooded”, “Double Vision”, “Head Games”, “Urgent”, “Juke Box Hero”, etc. but as one reviewer mentioned “Girl On The Moon” could have been deleted and better choices could have been “Until The End Of Time” or “Under The Gun”. For die hard Foreigner fans there is also the two cd set entitled “Foreigner Anthology: Jukebox Heros” which is a more complete collection and has songs from both Lou Gramm and Mick Jone’s solo careers plus much more. But for less money this “Complete Greatest Hits” must make do. The sound quality is superb and the 19 page booklet includes a nice history of the band and some great pictures. If you enjoy seventies rock then this is a must have.