℗ 2020 UMG Recordings; An A&M Records Release
 

Cool For Cats

Squeeze

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1.1
Slap & Tickle
Squeeze
4:01
1.2
Revue
Squeeze
2:30
1.3
Touching Me Touching You
Squeeze
2:23
1.4
It's Not Cricket
Squeeze
2:33
1.5
It's So Dirty
Squeeze
3:10
1.6
The Knack
Squeeze
4:32
1.7
Hop Skip & Jump
Squeeze
2:46
1.8
Up The Junction
Squeeze
3:10
1.9
Hard To Find
Squeeze
3:37
1.10
Slightly Drunk
Squeeze
2:40
1.11
Goodbye Girl
Squeeze
2:58
1.12
Cool For Cats
Squeeze
3:39
Total Playing Time    37:59
Cool for Cats is the English new wave group Squeeze's second album, released in 1979. Billboard opined that is was a "hard-rocking" album on which the band "[emphasize] hard-edged power pop". Cool for Cats contains four UK hit singles, more than any other album the band has issued. The album peaked at number 45 in the UK Albums Chart, spending 11 weeks in that listing.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – A&M Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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