Category: BILLY SQUIER

BILLY SQUIER – The Tale Of The Tape [Rock Candy remastered +2]

Requested by one of you and quite hard to find, here’s BILLY SQUIER‘s solo debut LP “The Tale Of The Tape” remastered by Rock Candy Records plus 2 bonus tracks. It takes a brave man to go it alone, in music or in life, and with “Tale Of The Tape” Boston-born Billy Squier showed he had sufficient backbone (and material)...

BILLY SQUIER – Signs Of Life (BGO remastered 2-in-1) Disc II

Requested some time ago, here’s the BGO remastered, special 2-in-1 edition of BILLY SQUIER‘s third and fourth albums for Capitol Records, 1982’s ‘Emotions In Motion’ and 1984’s ‘Signs Of Life’.
Despite of being released few years ago, this package is already out of print with remaining copies being sold for £375! But it’s a great buy as it really improves upon the original Capitol CD’s with an excellent low end without being harsh on the highs or having excessive compression / limiting.
Additionally, there’s a complete lyrics booklet plus 8-page history of the recordings process written by journalist / biographer Michael Heatley.

BILLY SQUIER – Emotions In Motion (BGO remastered 2-in-1) Disc I

Requested some time ago, here’s the BGO remastered, special 2-in-1 edition of BILLY SQUIER‘s third and fourth albums for Capitol Records, 1982’s ‘Emotions In Motion’ and 1984’s ‘Signs Of Life’.
Despite of being released few years ago, this package is already out of print with remaining copies being sold for £375! But it’s a great buy as it really improves upon the original Capitol CD’s with an excellent low end without being harsh on the highs or having excessive compression / limiting.
Additionally, there’s a complete lyrics booklet plus 8-page history of the recordings process written by journalist / biographer Michael Heatley.

BILLY SQUIER – Don’t Say No [30th Anniversary Edition remastered & expanded]

If there was an album deserving a proper remastering, it was “Don’t Say No” by BILLY SQUIER, released on occasion of its 30th Anniversary and expanded including 2 bonus tracks. After turning some heads with his debut, Billy Squier truly arrived into major recognition in the early ’80s with “Don’t Say No”. Queen guitarist Brian May was booked to produce...

BILLY SQUIER – Icon [Greatest Hits] (2013)

* As part of their ‘Icon’ series, Capitol / Universal is releasing a very nice BILLY SQUIER compilation / greatest hits, including all the songs you really want to hear – not unnecessary fillers, at a very cheap price (only 5.99) to treasure it on CD.Taken from the original tapes remastered not so long ago the sound quality is very...