From page 73 of Classic Rock Magazine April 2001
(Escape Music ESM061) ***** Am I the only person who thinks this whole tribute album business is a thorough waste of time especially when propagated by a collection of artists that the listener has barely heard of? In this instance, it's Heartland (and one-time Ian Gillan) guitarist Steve Morris and Change Of Heart keyboard player Dave Chapman who've rung around labelmates like Pokerface, Intruder, Stranded and Radio Silence to pay lip service to the mighty Foreigner.
To these ears, the biggest problem that Heartland have traditionally faced is a lack of quality material. That's clearly not the case here, but it speaks volumes that the participants have adhered so faithfully to the originals right down the ad-libbed fadeouts on 'Double Vision' and 'Hot Blooded: It's either an honest case of hero worship a star-struck belief that they have miraculously been transported into the earthly bodies of Messrs Gramm and Jones or a blatant lack of imagination. It would be hard to criticise the undoubted quality of singing or playing, but although these songs are virtually impossible to be improved upon, nobody has even bothered to try.