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Don't Say No

An album by Billy Squier

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Rock Steady

  • Jan 4, 2000
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+5
This is one of the more honest records of the eighties. Billy's distnictive guitar and vocal stylings are direct and to the point. Whereas the songs are not overly complex, they are foucsed enough to make this record a pleasant experience. It is loaded with many great radio friendly songs like Lonely Is The Night, The Stroke and In The Dark. Many of the lesser known songs also stand strong like Two Daze Gone, What Do You Want From Me and the passionate Nobody Knows. Very guitar oriented but some nice keyboard touches here and there. Truly a gem from the early 80's.

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Media Type:CD
Artist:SQUIER,BILLY
Title:DON'T SAY NO
Street Release Date:07/07/1987
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Genre:ROCK/POP
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Label: Capitol
Artist: Billy Squier
Release Date: October 25, 1990

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