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Up The Junction

7 Aug 2000

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  Song Title
Time
Popularity  
1
Up The Junction
3:12
2
First Thing Wrong
3:42
3
I Think I'm Go Go
4:15
4
Vanity Fair
3:14
5
Saints Alive
2:31
6
Goodbye Girl
2:56
7
It's So Dirty
3:11
8
Points Of View
4:10
9
I've Returned
2:35
10
Annie Get Your Gun
3:24
11
Hits Of The Year
3:04
12
By Your Side
4:27
13
She Doesn't Have To Shave
2:24
14
Wedding Bells
3:20
15
Rose I Said
3:34
16
Pinocchio
4:40
17
Talk To Him
3:48
18
I Want You
4:04
19
Electric Trains
4:02

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  • Label: Spectrum
  • Copyright: (C) 2000 Spectrum Music
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  • Total Length: 1:06:33
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  • ASIN: B004630AJI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 145,206 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
What a shame Squeeze never realised their commercial potential. A serious image problem (ie - they never had one) being the only explanation I can find. One thing is for certain; their songs were not to blame. Just listen to the brilliance of most of these tracks if you need any proof. Their entire career is represented here with the exception of anything from their best album "Play" and last album "Domino" (neither released on A&M). Although the only real hit on this compilation is the title track, the album's content is meaty enough with a few quirky surprises thrown in for good measure: The beautiful Vanity Fair (1981), the laddish It's So Dirty (1979) and reggae-tinged By Your Side (1985) have little in common stylistically, yet all point to a sharp observational wit on the part of Chris Difford and an astounding melodic versatility courtesy of Mr. Glenn Tilbrook. The album finishes with the excellent "Electric Trains" (1995), the single that Radio 1 refused to playlist because they assumed their audience wouldn't relate to its "middle aged" theme (growing up). This was to prove one frustration too many for their record company and despite one record on their own label since, they have pretty much called it a day. Still... this is a must for the curious and a stop gap for the fans waiting for Tilbrook's debut solo album due later this year.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Squeeze 17 Nov 2012
By Phirrip
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
If your a Squeeze fan then this is one of their greats. The 'First Thing Wrong' was 'Annie' had to go 'Up the Junction' to 'Talk to Him' about his 'Points of View' and he said 'Goodbye Girl'. The only thing left was 'Annie' had to get her 'Gun'.
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