℗ ℗ 1981 Capitol Records, LLC

Don't Say No

Billy Squier

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The Stroke (2010 Remastered)
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Nobody Knows (2010 Digital Remaster)
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I Need You (2010 Digital Remaster)
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Don't Say No (2010 Digital Remaster)
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Total Playing Time    38:17
Billboard 200 - #5, 1981
Billboard Hot 100 - #17, 1981 - The Stroke

"... one of the great rock records from the ‘80s ..."
- PopMatters.com

"... in many ways crystallized Squier’s most successful musical template, characterized by muscular power chords, stinging leads, a hypnotic keyboard pattern ... the absolute bullseye of contagious classic rock perfection ..."
- UltimateClassicRock.com

Billy Squier was all over the radio and MTV in 1981 with the classic rock anthem The Stroke from his breakthrough and most successful album Don't Say No. The single was a top 20 hit while the album went top five, sold four million copies in the US and remained on the Billboard chart for over two years. Produced by Queen producer Mack who brought out the best of Squier's brand of melodic rock.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CAPITOL CATALOG MKT (C92) Studio Masters

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