Billy Squier – Emotions in Motion (1982/2014) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

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Artist: Billy Squier
Album: Emotions in Motion
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1982/2014
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 42:14
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 1,70 GB


1-01. Billy Squier – Everybody Wants You (03:51)
1-02. Billy Squier – Emotions In Motion (05:03)
1-03. Billy Squier – Learn How To Live (04:19)
1-04. Billy Squier – In Your Eyes (03:46)
1-05. Billy Squier – Keep Me Satisfied (03:41)
1-06. Billy Squier – It Keeps You Rockin’ (04:09)
1-07. Billy Squier – One Good Woman (03:43)
1-08. Billy Squier – She’s A Runner (04:03)
1-09. Billy Squier – Catch 22 (05:05)
1-10. Billy Squier – Listen To The Heartbeat (04:29)


Emotions in Motion is Billy Squier’s third album originally released in 1982. The record was in Billboard’s Top Five album chart, and featured the single “Everybody Wants You” that remained number one on the Mainstream Rock Tracks for six weeks. Emotions in Motion remains one of the most popular albums for the rock musician, it received Gold and Platinum the year it was released, and later acquired Double Platinum in 1991. Other popular songs from the record include: “Learn How To Live”, “Emotions in Motion” and “She’s A Runner”.Emotions in Motion, the excellent follow-up to Billy Squier’s sophomore outing Don’t Say No, saw Squier rise from theater headliner to bona fide arena rock sensation by delivering his most consistent solo record to date. Or at least one just as good as its predecessor. On this slice of AOR heaven, Squier expands on the Led Zeppelin-influenced exploits of Don’t Say No. Right off the bat, Squier delivers an immediate blow to the head on the album’s opening triumvirate “Everybody Wants You,” “Emotions in Motion” (a distant cousin of Queen’s “Get Down Make Love” no doubt), and the moody “Learn How to Live.” Backed by longtime cronies – drummer Bobby Chouinard, guitarist Jeff Golub, and keyboard player Allan St. John – Squier effortlessly leads his ace band through the boogie-woogie of future concert staple “Keep Me Satisfied.” Squier also takes a few chances by veering into Rolling Stones territory on the horn-laced “Catch 22.” Borrowing heavily from “Tumbling Dice,” “Catch 22” foreshadows a style that would become more prevalent on future records like Enough Is Enough and Creatures of Habit. Emotions in Motion saw Squier establish himself as a major rock star, embarking on a tour as Queen’s support act on their U.S. Hot Space tour. As Queen’s popularity in America began to wane, Squier would steal their thunder resulting in a huge headline tour of his own shortly thereafter. Unfortunately, for the Boston rocker, 1984’s follow-up Signs of Life would yield the career-suicidal video for “Rock Me Tonite (which features Squier rolling around pink satin sheets) eclipsing the many merits of his earlier works. Interesting side note is the album’s cover art. It was commissioned by legendary artist Andy Warhol.

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