Up The Junction - Squeeze Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - New Wave & Post-punk / Artist: Squeeze / Audio CD released 2000-08-07 at Commercial Marketing / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Up The Junction 2 First Thing Wrong 3 I Think I'm Go Go 4 Vanity Fair 5 Saints Alive 6 Goodbye Girl 7 It's So Di ... more
Up The Junction - Squeeze ... Girl
7 It's So Dirty
8 Points Of View
9 I've Returned
10 Annie Get Your Gun
11 Hits Of The Year
12 By Your Side
13 She Doesn't Have To Shave
14 Wedding Bells
15 Rose I Said
17 Talk To Him
18 I Want You
19 Electric Trains
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Squeeze are a band I came across when their best hits were a long way behind them and as such I was sort of playing catch up, of former boyfriend introduced me to them, literally in the sense of singer Glen Tilbrook many moons ago one night in a bar in London. There is a chance they may be writing some new stuff for this year but such rumours have done the rounds before. 1 Take Me I'm Yours 2 Goodbye Girl 3 Cool For Cats 4 Up The Junction 5 Slap & Tickle 6 Another Nail In My Heart 7 Pulling Mussels (From The Shell) 8 Tempted 9 Is That Love? 10 Labelled With Love 11 Black Coffee In Bed 12 Annie Get Your ...
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This isn t S Squeeze s first "greatest hits", and nor was it their last. Their first was released in 1982 and their most recent in just 2007. Squeeze were formed in London in 1974 and their core original members were Glenn Tilbrook, Chris Difford, Jools Holland, Gilson Lavis and John Bentley. Their line-up changed over the years with Holland leaving in 1980 and returning for two albums in the mid 1980s when the band reformed. The band s most successful period commercially was 1979 when they scored two number two singles with "Cool For Cats" and "Up the Junction" and while both songs still receive airplay today, neither are the best songs ...
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Before I start reviewing the album, I think some may need a re-cap of who exactly S Squeeze are. As although they are mega famous and have been around for ages, not many people seem to know who they are!. So here follows things to note about these guys: -Squeeze bridged the gap between British guitar pop and the post-punk movement in 1974 when they formed. -Taking influences from The Beatles and The Kinks, Squeeze became the spiritual home of songwriters Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook (who were dubbed the rightful musical next of kins to Lennon and McCartney). -Difford wrote the lyrics and the Tilbrook made the sweet music. -Difford and Tilbrook subtle songwriters that ...
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