Tag Archives: Lou Gramm

A Foreigner, Alone

It’s 1987, right in the middle of the Hair Metal revolution that had all but taken over MTV and radio and you’ve already had a decade long run with one of the biggest bands in the world but you don’t … Continue reading

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Missed Call

Today’s totally telephonic tune tells the travails of a terribly troubled troubadour trying to talk to his tootsie. Love On The E-Mail Link! By the time Foreigner released their third album, Head Games, in 1979, they had been running roughshod … Continue reading

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Bluesday Morning

It’s that time again where we here at WMMCM must move on from the songs that name names. After spending a few weeks tempting those in the legal profession with our evocative exposés on everyone entered into the emotional evidence … Continue reading

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