2011 marks the 30th anniversary for the release of Foreigner´s classic album "4". The album was originally titled "Silent Partners" and later was changed to "4".By this time, Foreigner had recorded 3 platinum albums and were one of the biggest bands in the world. When they recorded "4", only four members were left and as a result, the music had to be augmented with session players. Have no fear though, "4" still contains music to rock the arenas with as well as apply to what is now called soft rock radio. That combination resulted in Foreigner's largest-selling album of their career with 5 hit singles & a rare high-selling album that is considered to be one of the greatest ever made.
With the help of producer Robert Mutt Lange and synth-texturalist Thomas Dolby, they entered their second "fertile" period with "4", which found the band streamlined to the quartet of Jones, Gramm, Elliot and Wills. The album was highlighted by the pulsating roar of "Jukebox Hero" and the churning, futuristic hyper-funk of "Urgent" which included the critically acclaimed soaring sax solo of Junior Walker.