Billy Squier - Hear & Now (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Hear & Now. Released: June 14, ; Label: Capitol; Format: 64 83 Creatures of Habit. Essential Billy Squier () ICON () Live albums. King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Billy Squier () Singles. Year Single Peak chart positions Album US US AOR CAN; "You Should Be High Love" – – – The Tale of the Tape "The Big.
  2. ‎Album · · 10 Songs. Global Nav Open Menu Global Nav Close 10 Songs, 43 Minutes Preview. Hear & Now Billy Squier Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Rock Out / Punch Somebody 2 Essential Billy Squier Absolute Hits (Remastered) Don't Say No (Remastered).
  3. Aug 31,  · Hear & Now. Billy Squier June 14, Hard Rock ℗ Capitol Records, LLC. Add to Wishlist. FREE TRIAL. $ Listen to this album and millions more. First month free. Hear & Now is the sixth studio album by American rock musician Billy Squier, released on June 14, It features his last Billboard Hot hit, "Don't Say You Love /5(19).
  4. Find album release information for Hear & Now - Billy Squier on AllMusic. Find album release information for Hear & Now - Billy Squier on AllMusic AllMusic.. New Releases. Featured New Releases Cassette: Hear & Now: Capitol C CD: 6/
  5. "An underrated and regrettably forgotten songwriter, Billy Squier personifies the best of hooky early '80s hard rock. His first, Tale of the Tape, is an outstanding debut, followed by the peak of his fortunes, the superhit Don't Say No, probably his most accomplished album and a hard act to follow.
  6. Billy Squier - Hear Apz Now: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Rock Out / Punch Somebody: A2: Stronger: A3: Don't Say You Love Me: A4: Don't Let Me Go: A5: Tied Up: B1 (I Put A) Spell On You: B2: G.O.D. See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release.
  7. Squier spent the next three years working on his sixth full-length Hear & Now, which was finally released in , after going through various delays. The album peaked only at #64, but still sold a little better than Enough Is Enough and is often regarded as one of the most consistent inputs of Squier's career by both fans and critics.

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