Jones performing with Foreigner at VMWorld, San Francisco, 2 September 2009
Atlantic Records logo from its inception in 1947 to 1966 (it was still used on 7" single releases), used again from 1979 to 1981 and 2004 to 2015.
Atlantic logo used from 1966 to 2005. It was revived in 2015.
"Weird Al" Yankovic edits Atlantic Records' Wikipedia page to read "YOU SUCK!" in the music video for the song "White & Nerdy"

In 1989, Jones released his only solo album titled Mick Jones, on the Atlantic Records label.

- Mick Jones (Foreigner guitarist)

The group was the brainchild of expatriate British musicians Mick Jones (ex Spooky Tooth) and Ian McDonald, one of the founding members of King Crimson.

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Foreigner live at Wacken Open Air 2016
Promotional photo, 1996. L-R: Jeff Jacobs, Bruce Turgon, Lou Gramm, Ron Wikso, Mick Jones
Foreigner in 2009

Foreigner is a British-American rock band, originally formed in New York City in 1976 by veteran British guitarist and songwriter Mick Jones and fellow Briton and ex-King Crimson member Ian McDonald, along with American vocalist Lou Gramm.

John Kalodner, a former journalist and radio programmer who was working in A&R at Atlantic Records, happened to spot a tape on Atlantic president Jerry L. Greenberg's desk with the Trigger identification on it.

The original Bad Company lineup in 1976 with (L to R) Boz Burrell, Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke, Mick Ralphs

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English rock supergroup which was formed in Albury, Surrey in 1973 by singer Paul Rodgers, guitarist Mick Ralphs, drummer Simon Kirke and later adding bassist Boz Burrell.

English rock supergroup which was formed in Albury, Surrey in 1973 by singer Paul Rodgers, guitarist Mick Ralphs, drummer Simon Kirke and later adding bassist Boz Burrell.

The original Bad Company lineup in 1976 with (L to R) Boz Burrell, Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke, Mick Ralphs

The band signed to Swan Song Records/Atlantic Records in North America, and with Island Records in other countries.

With Rodgers gone, the remaining two members partnered with new managers Bud Prager and Phil Carson and teamed up with ex-Ted Nugent vocalist Brian Howe (who was introduced to them by Foreigner's Mick Jones) as the new lead singer.