A look back at the career of original nu-wave denizens in their music videos and an exclusive 45-minute live performance for the BBC in 1982.
Nucleus of Squeeze - songwriting team Chris Difford and Glenn Tillbrook inspire a slavish legion of fans even to this day - their kitchen-sink dramas set to catchy, timely hooks was a well-loved recipe in the '80s and beyond.
It would be unthinkable to build any sort of compilation of the '80s without at least considering the anthemic 'Pulling Mussels From A Shell' or 'Cool for Cats'.
Far from mere chart pop, however, the songwriters had legs and continue to produce credible output to the present.
As well as that - without Squeeze there would have been no Jools Holland - Britain's favourite live music presenter, and the band's keyboardist.
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- Bonus Tracks: Live from the Regal Theatre 1982: I've returned, Another nail in my heart, Annie get your gun, Someone else's heart, Points of view, Piccadilly, Pulling mussels, Labelled with love, Up the junction, I can't hold on, In quintessance, Is that love?