Billy Squier (Official Thread)

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Re: Billy Squier

This man was the best artist of the 80's, enough said. He brought the energy og the 60's and 70's into the 80's.
 

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Re: Billy Squier

Emotions in Motion is a great album, IMO:grinthumb


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Released in 1982

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"Everybody Wants You" (3:47)
"Emotions In Motion" (4:58)
"Learn How to Live" (4:05)
"In Your Eyes" (3:45)
"Keep Me Satisfied" (3:42)
"It Keeps You Rockin'" (4:06)
"One Good Woman" (3:41)
"She's a Runner" (4:02)
"Catch 22" (5:04)
"Listen to the Heartbeat" (4:25)
 

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Re: Billy Squier

I'm a fan as well.

I remember back in the day when MTV played music videos all the time, this video was on alot during the Christmas season.

 

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Re: Billy Squier

Dont Say No was like the soundtrack to my life at 13 back in '81. His popularity definitely died after that horrible video with the pink shirt.
I always liked what I heard from him, even the pink shirt song (that's what I like to call it!) but I never owned anything from him except DSN.
 

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Re: Billy Squier

That entire album was fantastic. I don't think there's really a bad song on there. Don't Say No has been a favorite of mine since it first came out oh-so long ago.
 

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