Squeeze dreams are not made of this.
The debut album on which John Cale turns them into a newt wave band. (Don’t worry, they got better.)
The pub-rock charm bubbles to the surface on the second album, and the hits started coming.
A pop song about an alcoholic who loses his wife and daughter? That’s English gold right there.
Pretty much “Take Me, I’m Yours” but with a nice boy-meets-girl story behind it.
Not as commercially successful as Babylon and On, but arguably the better album.
With each album lately better than their last, Squeeze had found a second wind.
Another fantastic album that concedes nothing to England’s new generation of pop stars (Blur, Oasis, etc.).
The lovable host and a world of talent in live performances from the show Later… with Jools Holland.