Foreigner Head Games White Label 12" vinyl lp

  "Head Games" is perhaps as famous (or infamous) for its extremely lurid album cover, depicting a young, scantily clad girl in a filthy men's room.

  "Head Games" is the 1979 album released by the British-American Rock band "Foreigner". It is the last album with the two founding band-members Ian McDonald and Al Greenwood. The model in the photograph on the front cover is American actress and film producer Lisanne Falk.

This web page has photos of album covers, inner sleeves, record labels together with production details, musicians and track-listing.

 

Photo of "Head Games" Album's Front Cover 

Music Genre:
 
70s & 80s Rock
Album Production Information:
 
The album: "Head Games" was produced by: Roy Thomas Baker,
Mick Jones, Ian McDonald
Label Information:
 
Atlantic ATL 50 561
Media Format:
 
12" Vinyl Full-Length Stereo Long-Play  Gramophone Record
Album weight: 200 gram  
Year & Country:
 
1979 Made in Germany

Album cover photos of : Foreigner Head Games

Photo of "Head Games" Album's Front Cover 
Photo of "Head Games" Album's Front Cover 
Photo of "Head Games" Album's Back Cover  
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Portrait Photos of Foreigner's band members on "Head Games" Album's Inner Sleeve  
Photo of "Head Games" Album's Front Cover 
Close-up Photo of "Head Games" White Atlantic Record Label with catalognr ATL 50 651 
Photo of "Head Games" Album's Front Cover   
Note: The images on this page are photos of the actual album. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash.

Band Members and Musicians on: Foreigner Head Games

    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Dennis Elliott - drums, vocals
  • Lou Gramm - lead vocals, percussion
  • Al Greenwood - synthesizer, keyboard
  • Mick Jones - guitar, piano, keyboard, vocals
  • Ian McDonald - guitar, drums, keyboard, vocals
  • Rick Wills - bass, vocals

Track Listing of: "Head Games"

The Songs/tracks on "Head Games" are

  • Dirty White Boy (Gramm, Jones) 3:37
  • Love on the Telephone (Gramm, Jones) 3:18
  • Women (Jones) 3:25
  • I'll Get Even With You (Jones) 3:40
  • Seventeen (Gramm, Jones) 4:43
  • Head Games (Gramm, Jones) 3:37
  • The Modern Day (Jones) 3:26
  • Blinded by Science (Jones) 4:54
  • Do What You Like (Gramm, McDonald) 3:58
  • Rev on the Red Line (Gramm, Greenwood) 3:35

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