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Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal


CD Details

All Artists: Fiona
Title: Squeeze
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Geffen Records
Release Date: 3/31/1992
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Style: Arena Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 020642442945, 072064244294, 720642442920, 720642442944, 020642442921

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CD Reviews

Fiona's Last Words...
Jonathan Jett | Stillwater,Okla. | 07/01/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Sorry to say this was fiona's last release! I love all her stuff,but I must admit that Her 1st cd is still my Favorite! This has some great songs but it has a harder edge than her previous material.It was proof that she was growing and maturing with each release! She still has her signature raspy voice and proves she can run with the big boys as usual.I still recommend you buy this cd along with her 1st 2.I believe its out of print now,but check the used section here and your local shops!"
Kevin Dobbs "dragonboots" | Perth Western Australia | 01/24/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Having no real knowledge of previous releases from 'Fiona' I'd have to say that this is a very enjoyable collection of tunes. Perhaps lacking a hook to draw the listener back it takes commitment, but once given returns in spades. Patches of lesser material can influence the first time listener. A better running order would have helped. Regardless this one stayed positioned in the stereo for many months at the time of purchase and comes out for a regular dusting even now. "Kiss the Boys Goodbye" is not a good way to start (see previous comment) coming off as a ham fisted Guns N Roses wannabe. However magic does start to happen once you reach "Treat Me Right" which reminds me of the best aspects of Welsh songtress Bonnie Tyler. Very nice indeed as is "All Over Now" which washes over you like a warm summers day with light orchestration aiding the cause. "The Best is Yet To Come" is a disappointment with its contrived ideas and the title track is a little the same. The disc is rescued later by the fantastic "Don't Come Cryin" which ranks as one of my favourite songs ever. A song for those whos hearts have been broken, but have learnt a thing or two from the experience. Very nice song indeed. "Nobody Dies of a Broken Heart" displays strong vocals and a similar ethos to its predecessor but is not as catchy and hook driven. Not necessarily un-warranted but just paler in comparison. "Mystery Of Love" shows a writing credit to members of "Cheap Trick" and is terrific. If you loved "Can't Help Falling Into Love" by that band then you'll love this too. "Life On The Moon" closes things in a fair way if not a little hard on the ears. A mellower approach would have assisted. Containing some lows but many highs a difficult cd to classify, but perhaps that is what makes it that bit special."