Foreigner ‘Cold As Ice’ Like You’ve Never Heard It

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Foreigner Cold as Ice

The song was one of nine Top 10 singles the band earned

Cold As Ice” is certainly one of our favorite Foreigner songs and it’s good to know that this little dude’s parents have successfully indoctrinated him into classic rock early, as you can see by his skill on lead vocals and drums.

Look at that concentration! We think the kid has a big future in rock ‘n’ roll, don’t you? (Only Rover seems unimpressed.)

“Cold As Ice” was the second Top 10 single from the band’s 1977 self-titled debut album, peaking at #6 nationally. (Their first single was “Feels Like The First Time” which reached #4.) The classic rock band earned nine Top 10 singles during their career including the 1984 #1 smash, “I Want to Know What Love Is.”

The band formed in 1976 with a combination of British and American musicians: Mick Jones, Lou Gramm, Ian McDonald, Dennis Elliott, Ed Gagliardi and Al Greenwood.

Related: The inside story of how Foreigner signed with Atlantic Records

Foreigner 40 was released in 2017 as a double-CD set that includes 40 songs recorded between 1977 and 2017. (Order here.)

Now excuse us while we go play our Foreigner albums. Our Classic Video…

Foreigner had a 40th anniversary tour in 2017 with Cheap Trick and Jason Bonham. Gramm, McDonald, Elliott and Greenwood reunited with Jones for several concerts in 2017. (Gagliardi died in 2014.)

They’ve got a typically busy year ahead. For tickets, click here or here.

Related: Mick Jones spoke to Best Classic Bands about the band’s orchestral album and tour

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