Doctor Who'' novel, see Head Games (Doctor Who). There is also a defunct computer game company called Head Games, which was later acquired by Activision Value.''
''Head Games'' is the third studio album by Anglo American rock band Foreigner, released in 1979. The album charted at #5 on the Billboard 200 chart, and has sold over five million copies in the US alone. It is perhaps as famous (or infamous) for its album cover, depicting a worried young woman in a men's toilets, as it is for its music. The title track and "Dirty White Boy" were the album's big hits, peaking at #14 and #12, respectively. This was the album where bassist Rick Wills has replaced bassist Ed Gagliardi. It was the band's only album produced by Roy Thomas Baker, best known for producing Queen's classic albums.