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Squeeze's Best?

It might be hard for some to believe that this is Squeeze's best album. After all, there are absolutely no hits on it and I don't think I've ever heard any of the songs on this album played on any radio station. However, it has long been my favorite Squeeze album. I think musically it is deeper and more layered than any of their other albums. The lyrics are often times pretty depressing but that doesn't bother me at all. I think Chris Difford once described this album as like reading the newspaper and I think he's right. The Itunes review says that it sounds dated, but I don't hear that at all. I think it still sounds great. It is one of the very few albums I can say that I like every song. If you are a Squeeze fan, give the samples a listen. If you like what you hear, purchase this album. I believe you will be quite happy with it.

Squeeze's Lost Gem

Far and away Squeeze's most underrated album, this was their first LP upon reforming - after their post-"Sweets from a Stranger" breakup. The album brought back Jools Holland on keyboard - but surprisingly it wasn't "Argy Bargy"-like business as usual. Instead, Difford, Tillbrook and Co. returned with an album much closer to "Sgt. Pepper" in style and concept. In fact, the entire album plays like several versions of "A Day in the Life" over and over - with epic, sweeping pieces like "Big Beng", "King George Street", "No Place Like Home", and the uber-epic "Last Time Forever". Is the album over-produced? Absolutely. But the song-writing, singing and performances are still stellar - they just aren't "Pulling Mussels" - which disappointed most fans at the time, who were expecting something much boppier from the group's return. (Squeeze provided that "boppiness" on the next album "Babylon and On" - which was much poppier and actually charted for the first time in the U.S. But it's overall a much weaker and dated effort.) The album also features a nice blues tune from Holland in "Heartbreaking World", and "I Won't Ever Go Drinking Again" - a song that Difford and Tillbrook have been playing in their recent reunion concerts. My verdict: "Cosi Fan" is a must for any die-hard Squeeze fan.

Great Underated Album

Laden with some really good songs, Cosi Fan Tuttti Frutti, serves up some of what is best about Squeeze. One of my favorite songs from the late 80's, Last Time Forever was a departure from some of their more upbeat tracks, but you'll find more depth, and a much more lush production sound throughout the whole album. By Your Side, Hits of the Year, Last time Forever, King George Street, and I learnt how to pray are favorites.


Formed: 1974

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '10s

As one of the most traditional pop bands of the new wave, Squeeze provided one of the links between classic British guitar pop and post-punk. Inspired heavily by the Beatles and the Kinks, Squeeze was the vehicle for the songwriting of Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook, who were hailed as the heirs to Lennon and McCartney's throne during their heyday in the early '80s. Unlike Lennon and McCartney, the partnership between Difford and Tilbrook was a genuine collaboration, with the former writing the...
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