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Editors’ Notes

Billy Squier had already put in his dues with the band Piper before setting off on his own solo career. His debut album, The Tale of the Tape, was a solid collection of pop tunes and memorable guitar riffs but it failed to make the connection with the audiences who embraced Squier with his second album, Don’t Say No, which featured the same bulletproof formula. Hits such as “The Stroke” and “My Kinda Lover” made the radio a better place in the early ‘80s and set the tone for much of the glam metal that would take Squier’s place within a few years. AOR also put “In the Dark,” “Lonely Is the Night” and “Whadda You Want From Me” into heavy rotation. However, even the lesser known tunes, “Nobody Knows,” a ballad in memory of John Lennon, who had just been killed, and “I Need You” express deeply moving sentiments that should’ve led Squier to a longer, much more varied career.

Customer Reviews

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The stroke is the best song ever it beats one direction

Rock Radio Classic

This is an album you can listen to start to finish.Both sides.Not a bad song on this mammoth CD. Which explains why it took 2 years to fall off the Billboard charts!
This is a MUST HAVE for any true Rock fan, period!!!

Classic Billy At His Best

Saw him live back in the day. He's the real deal. Just great rock and roll, a killer voice, and one tight band.


Born: May 12, 1950 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Many point to Billy Squier as early-'80s rock personified — an era when he and many of his peers tempered hard rock with pop melodicism — and by adding just the right amount of posing and posturing for the newly constructed MTV set, he scored a string of arena rock anthems and power ballads. But Squier did not enjoy overnight success as it took many years and several failed bands before he hit paydirt as a solo artist. Born on May 12, 1950, in Wellesley Hills, MA, Squier began playing...
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Don't Say No (Remastered), Billy Squier
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock, Arena Rock
  • Released: 1981

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