Foreigner To Release 'The Flame Still Burns' EP For Record Store Day
November 17, 2016 at 11:55 AM (PT)
FOREIGNER celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2017, and to get the celebration started early, the band are set to release a limited edition 10" vinyl EP, "The Flame Still Burns," for RECORD STORE DAY's BLACK FRIDAY event, NOVEMBER 25th -- the very same month they entered ATLANTIC RECORDS' studios to record their debut album in 1976.
The collectible features a brand-new recording of the title track, a song MICK JONES wrote for the film "Still Crazy," where it was performed by a fictional band, winning the IVOR NOVELLO AWARD for songwriting. The new electric version has never been officially recorded by FOREIGNER until now.
The EP also contains a live version of “Juke Box Hero” and the original 1977 recordings of “Feels Like The First Time” and “Long, Long Way From Home.” A new video for “The Flame Still Burns” will premiere online on NOVEMBER 21st as part of "iHEARTRADIO ICONS featuring FOREIGNER" at the iHEARTRADIO THEATER in NEW YORK. The exclusive 60-minute live event features an intimate Q&A and live performance, hosted by famed iHEARTMEDIA Classic Rock WAXQ (Q104.3)NEW YORK ,morning show personality JIM KERR, which will stream on iHeartRadio.com and broadcast on iHEARTRADIO Classic Rock stations at 8p local time.