Foreigner   double vision

Album Information

Released: 1978

Double Vision is the second studio album by Foreigner, released in 1978. It features the band's signature song "Hot Blooded", which peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. The title track was also a major hit, peaking at #2. "Tramontane" was also the band's only instrumental to be released on a Foreigner studio album. The album was produced by Keith Olsen and mixed by Mick Jones and Jimmy Douglass.

Song List

Title Genres Moods Themes

Back Where You Belong
1978

rock angry betrayal, breakup, jealousy, and love lost

Blue Morning, Blue Day
1978

rock melancholy and sad Top 30 and trouble

Double Vision
1978

rock aggressive and energetic Top 30 and desire

Hot Blooded
1978

metal and rock aggressive, energetic, and passionate Top 30, beauty, desire, night, and winning

I Have Waited So Long
1978

ballad and rock ambient, anxious, melancholy, and sentimental attraction, loneliness, and sacrifice

Lonely Children
1978

rock fearful, passionate, and sad despair, indifference, loneliness, misunderstanding, and perseverance

Love Has Taken its Toll
1978

rock aggressive and passionate misunderstanding and perseverance

Spellbinder
1978

rock angry, fearful, and sad betrayal, deception, love lost, and magic

Tramontane (Instrumental)
1978

instrumental and rock ambient and dreamy -

You're All I Am
1978

rock romantic and sentimental inspiration, loneliness, understanding, and uplifting