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Third track off the "Creatures of Habit" album (1991)
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Enough Is Enough is a rock album by Billy Squier that was released on September 27, 1986. The disc peaked at on the Billboard album chart and included the hit "Love Is the Hero" which boasted yet another popular MTV music video. Squier was something of a music video pioneer and one of MTV's most played artists in the 1980s
Art Direction – Billy Squier, Tommy Steele (2). Backing Vocals, Arranged By – Alan St. John, Billy Squier, Doug Lubahn. Bass – Mark Clarke (2). Drums – Bobby Chouinard. Engineer – Dave Asofsky, Victor Deyglio. Engineer – Ben Fowler. Illustration – Paul Rivoche.
Band Name Billy Squier. Album Name Creatures of Habit. Data de aparición 1991. Estilo MusicalHard Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum9.
William Haislip Squier (/ˈskwaɪ. r/, born May 12, 1950) is an American rock musician and singer. Squier had a string of arena rock hits in the 1980s. He is best known for the song "The Stroke", from his 1981 album Don't Say No. Other hits include "My Kinda Lover", "In the Dark", "Rock Me Tonite", "Lonely Is the Night", "Everybody Wants You" and "Emotions in Motion".
Creatures of Habit is a rock album by Billy Squier that was released in 1991. It contains the singles "She Goes Down" and "Facts of Life". This album marked a downturn in Billy's career when it only charted at on the Billboard album chart, selling less than 200,000 copies in the United States. All songs written by Billy Squier except as indicated. Young at Heart" - 5:06. She Goes Down" (Squier, Laura McDonald) - 4:07. Conscience Point" - 5:27.
Album · 1990 · 11 Songs. Creatures of Habit Billy Squier. Essential Billy Squier. The Tale of the Tape.
Sometimes you just have to feel sorry for poor Billy Squier. After holding the keys to the kingdom on 1981's Don't Say No and its follow-up, Emotions in Motion (released the following year), it all went horribly wrong. Following a career suicidal video for "Rock Me Tonite" (which featured the singer flamboyantly rolling around a pink, satin, bed spread), Squier saw his fortunes crash quicker than the Titanic. Attribute it to his sexual ambiguity or call it to a case of bad timing, but from about 1986 forward, his fans had enough
Creatures of Habit (1991) by Billy Squier. Genres: Hard Rock, AOR. Songs: Young at Heart, She Goes Down, Lover, Hollywood, Conscience Point, Nerves on Ic. .
|A1||Young At Heart||5:06|
|A2||She Goes Down||4:07|
|A6||Nerves On Ice||5:05|
|B1||Hands Of Seduction||5:32|
|B2||Facts Of Life||4:31|
|B3||(L-O-V-E) Four Letter Word||4:56|
|B5||Alone In Your Dreams (Don't Say Goodbye)||5:06|
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|64 7943031||Billy Squier||Creatures Of Habit (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||64 7943031||US||1991|
|C4-94303||Billy Squier||Creatures Of Habit (Cass, Album, Promo)||Capitol Records||C4-94303||US||1991|
|C2 94303||Billy Squier||Creatures Of Habit (CD, Album)||Capitol Records||C2 94303||Canada||1991|
|CDP 7 94303 2||Billy Squier||Creatures Of Habit (CD, Album)||Capitol Records||CDP 7 94303 2||Europe||1991|
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