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That Was Yesterday - Foreigner - Agent Provocateur (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 12,  · Music Reviews: Agent Provocateur by Foreigner released in via Atlantic. Genre: Pop Rock.
  2. Agent Provocateur () by Foreigner. Labels: Atlantic. Genres: Hard Rock. Songs: Tooth and Nail, That Was Yesterday, I Want to Know What Love Is, Growing up the Hard Way, Reaction to Action, Stranger in My Own House.
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs on Agent Provocateur and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. Comments: 2. Seventhmist from 7th Heaven Great song, but overshadowed by "I Want to Know What Love Is" when it came out. Glad both are on my compilation CD. Jorge from Bronx, Ny Agent Provocateur,is by far their best work,About 6 songs in the album had the chance to become hits,great work and awesome vocal Lou Gramm,,I will always be a Foreigner,,Fan,lol.
  5. Playlist · 15 Songs — Foreigner were flat-out one of the defining bands of the ‘70s and ‘80s. They hit it big right out of the gate with their self-titled debut in , which sold four million copies in the U.S. alone. Throughout their first four albums, Foreigner developed an explosively catchy hard rock sound, stretching their appeal across gender and generational lines.
  6. According to their guitarist Mick Jones, Foreigner's songs deal with relationships and emotional issues - they don't write "message songs." He told us: "There was a song on the Agent Provocateur album called 'That Was Yesterday,' which is a song about a relationship that failed, which you're still clinging onto. You still feel that there's a chance to resurrect it.
  7. Agent Provocateur, an Album by Foreigner. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: AOR, Pop Rock.
  8. That Was Yesterday This song is by Foreigner and appears on the album Agent Provocateur () on the compilation album The Very Best And Beyond () on the compilation album Foreigner Anthology: Jukebox Heroes () on the compilation album No End In Sight: The Very Best Of Foreigner () I thought I knew you well But all this time I .

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