A mixed bag from the NWOBHM pioneers
Refreshingly down to earth, but with a voice that’s out of this world, Glenn Hughes touches down in London
A song with a lyric that merged Mary Whitehouse's infamous clean-up campaign with tensions caused by Ritchie Blackmore.
Over budget, out of studio time, Mutt Lange and Mick Jones locking horns: so how did Foreigner 4 become the band's defining album?
In this career-spanning interview from 1995, Ritchie Blackmore looks back at his achievements with Deep Purple and Rainbow, his run-ins with bandmates and his love of seances