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Billy Squier was a worldwide megastar until the day he decided it was a good idea to show the world that uber-macho guitar gods could Ortega of course went on to make such iconic paeans to testosterone as the High School Musical franchise and Miley Cyrus's Best of Both Worlds concert film, but Squier could not have known that this would be his legacy, considering he'd only been known for Olivia Newton-John's "Let's Get Physical" video and Xanadu choreography at that point. OK, so Squier already knew full well what he was getting into by hitching his wagon to Ortega's star.
He also thought the young fans should have to sneak out of their parents house Night Ranger had already had the same idea a few years earlier. He then approached director David Malletwho pitched a treatment with storyboards showing Squier riding a white horse, an idea that was rejected along with Mallet. When Squier showed up to the set on an L.
Yes, seriously and they are north of Just ask Billy Squier. Billy Squier was a well-known rock musician with a few hit arena rock songs under his belt including The Stroke. His second third albums sold three million copies each when rock musicians had albums that sold triple platinum.
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When I was lucky enough to be a guest on the Stuck in the '80s podcast inI sang the praises of dissed artists of the '80s like Billy Squier. With a solid catalog of albums, how often can one listen to Billy's '80s songs? The answer is All Night Long.
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Billy Squier spent the early '80s on a hot streak, releasing two multi-platinum Top 5 albums 's Don't Say No and 's Emotions in Motion in a two-year span. For a brief while, it looked like he'd end up being one of the biggest rock acts of the '80s — and then, in the summer ofit all came crashing down when he released one of the worst videos ever made. Anyway, that's the story that's been built up around Squier's short-lived ascent to the top of the sales heap, and on the surface, it seems to make sense. Don't Say No and Emotions in Motion sold a combined five million copies, and initially, it looked like his follow-up, Signs of Lifemight be an even bigger success; the record's lead-off single, "Rock Me Tonite," gave him a No.
It was released in June as the lead single from his platinum -plus album Signs of Life. The song is Squier's highest charting U. It also returned him to 1 on the Top Rock Tracks chart in August