|Until The End of Time|
|Produced by Mick Jones & Lou Gramm with Mike Stone|
|Released on February 28, 1995|
|US CHART POSITION #42|
|Find it at GEMM|
|PCDS 53183 cover
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I t was the B side, “Under The Gun,” that nearly set the satyr stomping, but I admit a certain softness for “Until The End of Time.” The latter is a lovely ballad, produced to perfection and as pretty as anything Foreigner has released in a while. (I never knew what the commotion around “I Want To Know What Love Is” was all about.) The CD single includes an “undressed” version -- which means just a synthesizer, rhythm guitar and harmony vocals -- and suffers in its state of dishabille by comparison. “Under The Gun” comes out like a bullet, and nearly had me strutting around the room too. Something tells me Mr. Moonlight and I have a date with destiny...
LOU GRAMM -- lead vocals, background vocals, percussion
JEFF JACOBS -- piano, organ, keyboards, background vocals, engineer, mixing (2)
MICK JONES -- guitar, piano, background vocals
BRUCE TURGON -- bass guitar, background vocals
Duane Eddy -- lead guitar (1)
Mark Schulman -- drums, background vocals
Mike Stone -- engineer
Tom Lord-Alge -- mixing (1)
Bobby Summerfield -- mixing (3)
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|US||February 28, 1995||Rhythm Safari||CDS||PCDS 53183|
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