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Heaven - Squeeze (2) - East Side Story (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 31,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group In Quintessence · Squeeze East Side Story ℗ A&M Records Ltd. Released on: .
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  4. Jun 28,  · It's when "Heaven" starts that "East Side Story" transitions from a decent pop record into something truly special. Fans of the early quirkier music of Squeeze get their fix with this song that could have been lifted from "Cool For Cats", and the rest of it just gets better and better as it progresses.
  5. About Heaven "Heaven Knows" is a song by Squeeze, released as the third single from their eleventh album, Ridiculous. The single version differs significantly from the original album mix, as most of Chris Difford's vocals have been erased and replaced by new vocals from Glenn Tilbrook. The single reached number 27 in the UK Singles Chart.
  6. East Side Story is the fourth studio album by new wave group Squeeze. The album peaked at number 19 in the UK Albums Chart, spending 26 weeks in the listing. The album was a definite break with Squeeze's "New Wave" sound, as it contained songs influenced by rockabilly, R&B, blue-eyed soul, Merseybeat, and psychedelia among other genres.
  7. East Side Story buy CD music Description Digitally remastered reissue of their album, completewith the two bonus tracks from the box set: 'The Axe Has NowFallen' & 'Looking For A Love'. 16 tracks total, alsofeaturing 'In Quintessence', 'Tempted', 'Heaven', 'Woman'sWorld', 'Piccadilly' and 'Is That Love?'. A&M release.
  8. Roundly regarded as Squeeze's grand masterpiece, in its planned incarnation East Side Story was going to be much grander: it was designed as a double-album with each side produced by a different musician, all a forefather of a different aspect of Squeeze. Dave Edmunds and his Rockpile cohort Nick Lowe were both contracted, as was Lowe's main producing success story Elvis Costello, and then.