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Sounds, August 1979

GREENWICH FUN CITY
Searching for Squeeze's roots, Garry Bushell ends up in a pub as usual- but not in dreary Deptford as planned
by Garry Bushell

Rolling Stone, 1979

Review - COOL FOR CATS
By Mitchell Schneider

Trouser Press, October 1978

Putting On The (UK) Squeeze
by Jim Green
 

The New Music Magazine, Sept 1979

BANG BANG SQUEEZE
Is Canada Cool Enough For These Cats? by Peter Noble

Rolling Stone, July 1980

SQUEEZE'S NEW WAVE CIRCUS
by James Henke

Rolling Stone, 1982

Squeeze calls an end to it
No author credited.
 

Rolling Stone, June 21, 1984

Review - Difford & Tilbrook
By Christopher Connelly.

Rolling Stone, 1985

SQUEEZE: Re-formed band will release new album
by Christopher Connelly.
 

Musician Magazine, 1987

THE SEVEN TRIALS OF SQUEEZE
How Everything That Could Go Wrong Did and Why You Should Still Care

Toronto Star, March 4 1988

Squeeze gets grip on pure pop power
by Craig MacInnis
 

Toronto Star, 1988

Squeeze's hit number creates havoc for Ma Bell
by Craig MacInnis
 

Toronto Star, October 1989

Frank Review
By Craig MacInnis

CD Review, November 1991

Review of Play.
By David Okamoto.
 

Toronto Star, October 1993

SQUEEZE SONGWRITERS STILL HAVE JUICE
by Jennie Punter, Toronto Star, Oct 28 1993

Pulse, December 1993

SQUEEZE OUT?
After A Decade And A Half In The Biz, Chris Difford, Glenn Tilbrook And Company Still Write Great Pop Songs And Record Them Brilliantly. But, In 1993, Is That Enough?
By Harold Dumuir

MetroActive, August 1996

BRITPOP POWERED
Squeeze makes a 'Ridiculous' new album and rereleases its strangest hits.
By Nicky Baxter

Unknown

For Squeeze, it's music, not musicians.

Wave 105 FM

Once again we’ve teamed up with our friends at Wave 105, to bring you the best celebrity interviews. Steve Power’s recent guest was none other than Chris Difford. (pdf file)

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