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Squeeze - Piccadilly Collection (1996)

22-07-2016, 09:13
Pop | Rock


Artist:
Title: Piccadilly Collection
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: A&M Records
Genre: Pop-Rock, Soft-Rock, New Wave
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue) / MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 01:12:32
Total Size: 556 Mb / 218 Mb
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Tracklist:

01. Everything In The World
02. Some Fantastic Place
03. Loving You Tonight
04. If It's Love
05. Within These Walls
06. What The Butler Saw
07. Squabs On The Forty Fab
08. Pulling Mussels (From The Shell)
09. Hourglass
10. Tempted
11. Black Coffee In Bed
12. Elephant Girl
13. Spanish Guitar
14. Annie Get Your Gun
15. Love's Crashing Waves
16. Hope Fell Down
17. (This Could Be) The Last Time
18. Last Time Forever

It bills itself as a greatest hits compilation, but Piccadilly Collection doesn't quite fit that description. Granted, the 18-track disc features some of Squeeze's biggest hits -- including "Tempted," "Black Coffee In Bed," "Pulling Mussels (From a Shell)," and "Hourglass" -- but the majority of the album consists of songs that will be totally unfamiliar to casual fans. Aside from that handful of hits, Piccadilly Collection alternates between album tracks from latter-day Squeeze albums like Frank and Some Fantastic Place, and B-sides that have never before appeared on compact disc. Certainly, dedicated fans will be delighted to have the B-sides on CD, but they would have been better served by a full-fledged rarities collection. Similarly, casual fans would have been better served by a straight singles collection, or a more thorough retrospective -- even though this features 18 tracks, it short-changes all of the group's early records, including such classic new wave albums as Cool for Cats, Argybargy and East Side Story, in favor of the interminable medley "Squabs on Forty Fab." That said, apart from "Squabs on Forty Fab," there's no weak tracks here, and it all adds up to an entertaining listen, even if its very existence is a little puzzling.





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luliqui   User offline   22 July 2016 16:04


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pd15   User offline   28 July 2016 17:53


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