WHATEVER happened to the hell-raising ways that were part and parcel of life on the road for rock groups? Rockers Foreigner are currently ensconced in the Holiday Inn Harbour View in preparation for their concert at the Coliseum tonight. But when I checked up on them yesterday evening not a single piece of furniture in their rooms had been smashed up. And none of the guests lounging by the swimming pool had been sprinkled upon from on high by liquefied body waste sprayed out of windows. Such a homely lot, are Foreigner. As I discovered when I joined the boys for a drink at JJ's on Saturday night where some of the group members joined resident band CC Ryders for a rousing jam-session. Two of the band - lead singer Lou Gramm (pictured) and Mick Jones - are travelling with their wives. And they've even abandoned the usual tour routine of rising at the crack of noon. Lou was up nice and early to appear on a radio show, while by mid-morning the rest of the gang were lining up to be measured by Sam the Tailor for some new stage outfits. Tonight's concert (a few tickets are still available) forms part of the Asian leg of their current world tour, and is promoted by Andrew Bull's International Concert Productions. Bull himself had to dash over to London last Tuesday on a mysterious journey (signing more acts, perhaps?), but hopes to be back in time for the gig.