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Squeeze was the fifth (and last) studio album to be released under the Velvet Underground name. It was primarily written and recorded by singer-guitarist Doug Yule in a London recording studio, following the departures of Lou Reed and Sterling Morrison. Maureen Tucker, while still technically the band's drummer at this time, was not involved in the recording, reportedly due to cost-cutting measures. The sessions had the help of Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice, with additional occasional saxophone and backing singer… read more



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  • Avatar for bobo9390
    "Squeee is the best Velvet Underground album. The other ones are a bit nasty" lmao wut
  • Avatar for DissecteDnigger
    Good album, but not VU [∞]
  • Avatar for EregantoO
    In fact it isn't even TVU's album ;_;
  • Avatar for Quantum_Satis
    A good album, and it`s sad it got such not many listeners...Not loosing in comparison with rest VU albums
  • Avatar for KingFahtah
    Squeee is the best Velvet Underground album. The other ones are a bit nasty
  • Avatar for Poisonnation
    Its only a bad album by Velvet Underground's standards. Generally, its decent, and I've definitely heard worse *ahem* LuLu
  • Avatar for Pinetreepuller
    Nobody wants a whole album of Lonesome Cowboy Bill. [2]
  • Avatar for TylerSymes
    It's nothing amazing but it's still a decent album.
  • Avatar for Un_Autre_Con
    tag: 'classic rock' ...well, that's not very accurate.
  • Avatar for BanconIsGood
    So underrated. [3]

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