|Produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange and Mick Jones|
|Released on June 22, 1981|
|US CHART POSITION #4 (charted July 4, 1981 for 23 weeks) . . . UK CHART POSITION #54|
(charted August 29, 1981 for 4 weeks), #45 (charted May 8, 1982 for 5 weeks)
|Find it at GEMM|
|3831 wo. picture sleeve
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K RONOMYTH 4.01: WADING 4, A SONG YOU LIKE. Old Macdonald and the forest green were gone, replaced by an apprenticing wizard of great promise, Thomas Dolby, and an old mage for hire, Michael Fonfara. Also blowing into the studio was the legendary Junior Walker. With such mercenary magic, the core four soldiered on with the spectacular 4, produced by the high priest of studio rock himself, Mutt Lange. The opening single from Foreigner’s fourth reached a felicitous 4 on the US charts, arriving with less urgent sea on the other side of the ocean, and remains one of the most readily identifiable tracks from the 80s. The single edit trims about half a minute from the ending to keep it under the 4-minute mark. The B side, “Girl on the Moon,” is identical to the album version. Note that the single was re-released in the UK in 1982 with a different B side, a live version of “Head Games.”
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|US/CAN||June 22, 1981||Atlantic||7"||3831||picture sleeve|
|UK||April 1982||Atlantic||7"/12||K11728/T||picture sleeve|
|US||Atlantic Oldies||7"||OS 13232|
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